One of the UFC’s most talked about fighters now has his own autograph and fight-worn deal.
The St. Louis Cardinals turned their museum’s incredible collection into ‘Redbird Relics’ a new coffee table-style book.
Mark Cuban talks about selling baseball cards; the Kobe Bryant retirement letters given out at a Lakers game are selling for big bucks and Topps Archives will salute Bull Durham.
Upper Deck is again asking collectors to select some of the photos in an upcoming set.
He was a Marlin for only a few days in 1998 but there are dozens of cards picturing Mike Piazza in teal. A man who’s tracked most of them down has loaned some for display in Cooperstown.
A collector is pushing Hall of Fame consideration for hometown hero Ross Barnes but to collectors of his memorabilia, Ross Barnes seems already there.
It was a bumper crop of youngsters and the 2015 Topps All-Rookie Team includes some players who made a big impact.
Large sports memorabilia retailers are offering some holiday specials. Give yourself a gift while you’re buying for your posse.
A South Carolina man lost his collection to recent flooding but he’s getting a fresh start thanks to the kindness of a stranger.
A look at a few athletes who put country, duty and honor ahead of sports and the cards we remember them by.
A collector in West Virginia has an unusual ceiling in his basement — one papered with hundreds of baseball cards.
The big time bling of a Stanley Cup ring worth thousands could be yours.
In the shadow of the Baseball Hall of Fame, county prosecutors say they’ve arrested a man who stole cards while on the job.
Pete Rose left his part-time job with the Fox network’s baseball coverage during the World Series, in part because of a commitment to sign autographs.
“An evening with Dr. J” is set for next Tuesday at the company’s headquarters with a talk, autograph, company tour and more part of the schedule.
Bo Jackson, Cal Ripken, Mike Schmidt and a plethora of Pennsylvania stars are signing at the Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular show in the Philly area this weekend.
One of the new insert sets in 2015 Topps Update honors players who have overcome disabilities or health issues to succeed on the field.
A Kentucky shop profiled, Iowa card business is up thanks to the Cubs youngsters, the Robb Report salutes two collectors and you may be paying more to ship.
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.
Collectors and fands will get to pick the photo used for Connor McDavid’s Young Guns rookie card.