A Las Vegas TV station reports on strong sales of local boys making good in the big leagues while a Toronto newspaper is on Connor McDavid watch.
A wealth management columnist offers some ideas for a smooth transition of the legacy that is your collection.
An Indiana man was in the right place at the right time and appears in preview images of the 2015 Topps Update Kris Bryant rookie card.
Several new records were set in Heritage Auctions’ latest catalog sale, held over three days.
A Cincinnati area promoter has plans to bring more than 30 former players to sign autographs at an event leading up to the All-Star Game.
The national champs are digging into the equipment room again, this time holding an auction of 2014 game-worn and older game-issue type jerseys and chrome helmets.
The first Japanese-born player to appear in the big leagues, Masanori Murakami is heading out on a book tour that will include autograph opportunities.
It’s the Rolls Royce of repacks. Super Break’s 2015 Deluxe Box Breakers product includes thousands of dollars worth of items ranging from Thomas Jefferson to Michael Jordan.
The long dance is over and Ichiro autographs–such as they are–will start appearing in Topps products this summer.
Collectors Universe, parent company of PSA and PSA/DNA, releases its third quarter financial report with more growth in its grading and authentication services.
A new story on Vice Sports has former NBA team and league executives recalling the dawn of the league’s own trading card efforts and the fun behind them.
Numerous popular rookie cards in PSA 10 grades highlight the auction that opens Friday on a new-look website for the Colorado-based company.
The home of Washington D.C.’s NFL team will be home to a three-day event hosted by Fanatics Shows in September.
Heritage Auctions will hold a major event next month with thousands of sports cards and rare sports memorabilia up for bid.
In its final year as an NFLPA licensee, Topps has hitched its wagon to Jameis Winston, who will sign autographs for its 2015 products.
Now that he’s made his debut, the official Kris Bryant rookie cards will trickle out in a couple of months, but he’ll be in sets before then as well.
Rodney Alsup is suing Beckett Media because he says the company president’s management style drove him to a mental breakdown but Sandeep Dua says the suit is ‘meritless’.
A second expansion in three years will increase Heritage Auctions’ presence in Manhattan.
KUSA visits Mile High Card Company for a piece that aired on their evening newscast.
Topps says its BUNT market is worldwide and the company has added some fantasy baseball-like games to the mix for 2015.