He’s got the world by the tail and Joe DiMaggio seems to know it. A rare image of the Jolter on the day he capped off his breakout season is our Photo of the Day.
Having taken a pay cut and turned 39, Babe Ruth was still the center of attention as he reported for duty in 1934, his last as a Yankee.
A photo from the archives of the Chicago Daily News showing Jackie Robinson accepting the 1947 Rookie of the Year award is up for bid.
Fans and collectors will get a chance to hold a valuable piece of lumber once wielded by Babe Ruth at the upcoming National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
Want to put yourself in a trading card pack? Topps has a new custom card making tool, using three different design options including this year’s style.
A game embraced by Native Americans, baseball offered opportunity to players like Charles “Chief” Bender and John Adelbert, who is in Helmar’s T206 series.
A college professor from California is taking a cross-country tour to meet with players he pulled from a random pack of 1986 Topps baseball.
Before the boom and bust, before blogs and magazines, there was the “Spinal Tap of baseball books.” Author Fred Harris gives us an inside look at a hobby classic.
They were named All-Stars for the only time in their careers but World War II cancelled the game. A look back at some of the players through their cards.
Information and a checklist for the last of three 1980s sets: the 1983 Wrestling All-Stars set which includes personalities not in the 1982 issues.
Around the horn with the sale of another Steph Curry Finals jersey and Marshawn Lynch’s NFC title game helmet plus new allegations aside, Pete is signing.
Would you still collect cards if you couldn’t see them? You might have a different opinion after you read 15-year-old Jake Cohen’s story.
A PSA 9 Michael Jordan joins signed items from Chicago icons Walter Payton and Ernie Banks in a giveaway that’s part of PSA’s National promotion plan.
He was getting instruction from another former .400 hitter that summer, one in which Ted Williams became baseball’s next great star.
PSA launches a mobile app for checking certs, championship rings at auction, a teenage fan of pre-War cards and more In Their Own Words autographs.
Other “interests” may have contributed to a relatively short stay in the big leagues but Ray “Slim” Caldwell’s baseball life was a long one.
The fourth part of our series brings us a little closer to the present with a look at rookie cards of the NBA Finals MVPs of the 2000s.
Ready to kick back a little? We’ve got some fresh new baseball and collecting books along with some old standbys to tackle while the livin’ is easy.
Hidden in a photo archive for decades, our Photo of the Day features Shoeless Joe Jackson in his final year with Cleveland.
The NBA Finals MVPs of the 1990s is a short list that marked the end of one era and the beginning of another. Their rookie cards offer options.