Baltimore’s Sports Legends Museum is closed, an update on bidding for an ultra-rare T206, a PSA 10 ’74 Schmidt at auction and the Cubs get charitable.
A devoted Cubs fan and collector raises big money for those who need it by hosting events in ‘Club 400’, his basement shrine.
Collectors and fands will get to pick the photo used for Connor McDavid’s Young Guns rookie card.
Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson’s career memorabilia will be sold off next month with proceeds going to charity.
The first round of voting is over and collectors will now decide who’s on the first card in next year’s set from a list of five finalists.
The late co-creator of the Simpsons had quite a collection. Now it’s being sold to raise money for a philanthropic foundation he created with his fortune.
A new 160-page book tells the NHL’s story through its jerseys.
The winner gets to learn about how the scouting business works while soaking up some sun next month.
That pink stuff you’re seeing in NFL games this month is destined for NFL Auctions with the American Cancer Society set to benefit from all proceeds.
A Florida couple has been arrested in Mississippi for selling more than a dozen phony Babe Ruth baseballs to businesses in five southern states.
More than half of the teams in baseball now market their own game-used gear including the Baltimore Orioles. Their shop was the subject of a Baltimore News story.
Packed with baseball gloves, the Rawlings Premium set actually spans three seasons and includes two Mickey Mantle cards.
He was seemingly always in the midst of history. A mountain of Yogi Berra baseball cards and great memorabilia mean the memories are never “over”.
What’s behind a southern California man’s obsession with stockpiling cards of a certain former big league third baseman?
A classic 1946 wire service photo shows Joe DiMaggio sliding into third as George Kell makes the put out. The image from a difficult season is at auction.
A comprehensive guide to tabletop football games showcases more than 275 different games that have been marketed over the past century.
The Hall of Famer shares a photo opp with his mound opponent prior to a Series that would see him take the hill three times.
A newspaper photo at auction, showing one of Hank Aaron’s 3,771 career hits in the midst of a heated National League pennant race, is the Photo of the Day.
You’d jump for joy too if you were Lou Gehrig and it was early March of 1928. Get the info on the auction for a rare image of the Iron Horse.
A series of benefit auctions is underway as the racing community rallies around the family of Justin Wilson, the driver killed during a race last month.