1926 marked the first of 13 amazing seasons for Lou Gehrig, snapped in a serious pose by noted photographer Charles Conlon. The rare image is currently at auction.
A collector is pushing Hall of Fame consideration for hometown hero Ross Barnes but to collectors of his memorabilia, Ross Barnes seems already there.
Ty Cobb’s promised 1925 power eruption comes to life with a signed baseball he put into the right field seats to set a record. It joins Jeffrey Maier’s infamous glove and more.
An original and rare Charles Conlon close-up of Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson dates to a pennant-winning season in New York.
Some are already underway; others will start soon. Look inside for a collection of special Black Friday sports memorabilia sales and promotions.
It was a bumper crop of youngsters and the 2015 Topps All-Rookie Team includes some players who made a big impact.
Those little pieces of art had to come from somewhere. The RMY Photo of the Day is a rare Charles Conlon image used to make one of Hall Famer Al Simmons’ cards.
Developed from the original negative, it’s the only Type 1/Vintage 1 example of Charles Conlon’s famous photo of Ty Cobb ever to come to auction.
A South Carolina man lost his collection to recent flooding but he’s getting a fresh start thanks to the kindness of a stranger.
The two marquee items of this year’s offering drew national interest and ended well above their respective high estimate ranges.
A gold medal representing the dawn of basketball as an Olympic sport–one played outdoors– is heading to auction next week.
Historic pro model bats, vintage signed baseballs and rare old pennants are part of the mix at the 2015 Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction set for this weekend.
Championship rings, awards and other items from 1970s Celtic star Jo Jo White will be on the block beginning next week.
A look at a few athletes who put country, duty and honor ahead of sports and the cards we remember them by.
His 1964 MVP award was the top-selling item but collectors also bid on dozens of other pieces from the career of the Hall of Fame third baseman and Baltimore icon.
A collector in West Virginia has an unusual ceiling in his basement — one papered with hundreds of baseball cards.
An auction of vintage hockey cards, championship jewelry, autographs and more will support Joe Carter’s annual fundraiser benefitting youth programs.
A 1960s Gordie Howe jersey is among the treasures in Andy Leff’s legendary collection.
After getting an NCAA blessing, Leonard Fournette will get to donate his game-worn jersey in an auction benefitting South Carolina flood victims.
The big time bling of a Stanley Cup ring worth thousands could be yours.