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Tanaka Remains Perfect; Plenty of Cards for Japanese Sensation

Purple Ice Tanaka

As he continues a seamless transition to the major leagues, Masahiro Tanaka’s baseball cards are hot but the good news is there are plenty of them available.

Photo of the Day: Christy Mathewson in 1911

1911 Christy Mathewson photo

A unique angle of a sports icon and an ode to his fame on the back? The right mix for a great vintage photo now up for auction.

News and Notes: Record Quarter for Collectors Universe

Collectors Universe

A big quarter for PSA’s parent company; Steiner Sports wants to help you with Mother’s Day and the top selling NFL rookies to be.

Dale Murphy, Carlos Baerga to Sign Autographs at NSCC Show

Autographed Dale Murphy photo

VIPs–and maybe regular attendees–will have a chance to get autographs from a couple of popular players from the 1980′s and 90′s.

“Pawn Stars” Casting Crew Seeking Sports Items At June Long Beach Expo

Pawn Stars

Always wanted to be on Pawn Stars? The show will be looking for items to feature in upcoming shows when they set up at next month’s Long Beach Expo.

John Miley Sports Broadcast Collection Offers Old Ballgames on CD

Miley Collection CD

The John Miley sports broadcast collection includes recordings from ballgames played from the 1930s on.

Cracker Jack Collection Finalist for Major Book Publishing Award

The Cracker Jack Collection cover

The Cracker Jack Collection: Baseball’s Prized Players has been named one of only three finalists in the sports category of the Independent Book Publishers Association 2014 Benjamin Franklin Awards.

On the Road or at Home, Neshek a Dedicated Collector

Pat Neshek

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch features Pat Neshek, card collecting reliever for the Cards.

Hall of Fame Election Makes a Star Out of 1969 Topps #237

1969 Topps Bobby Cox

You’ll have to go back 45 years to find a Bobby Cox rookie card. Now, his Hall of Fame managing credentials have added another pricey star to the Topps set.

Cubs to Sell Game-Used Memorabilia from 100th Birthday Game

Chicago Federal League uniforms

Federal League-style game-worn uniforms will be auctioned and the bases and balls from Wrigley Field’s 100th birthday game will be for sale.

Photo of the Day: Branch Rickey, Cardinals Manager

1921 Branch Rickey photograph

An original Branch Rickey news photo from 1921, shows the innovative Hall of Famer during his on field managerial tenure.

17-Year-Old Bob Feller’s Career Unfolds in Early Photo

1936 Bob Feller photograph

While most boys his age were worried about their next date, Bob Feller was striking out big league hitters.

Vintage Photo of the Day: “Gee, Thanks Melvin!”

Mel Ott signing autographs 1929

He was the Mike Trout of his time. 20-year-old Mel Ott obliges young fans in 1929. It’s among hundreds on the auction block right now.

Past, Present Pirates Among Show Guests May 24

Current Pirates star Andrew McCutchen holds Bill Mazeroski's 1960 World Series jersey.

Reigning NL MVP Andrew McCutchen and other current and former Pirates will sign autographs at a show in Pittsburgh, Saturday, May 24.

Original T206s, Colgans Chips Fall From Pittsburgh Home’s Rafters

Tribune-Review photo

A Pittsburgh man doing some work inside the very old house he lives in stumbled upon a baseball card treasure forgotten for decades.

Fleer Photographer Recalls Career

From left: Chuck Solomon from Topps, Bob Bartosz of Fleer and Jack Wallin of Donruss at right in early 1980's photo (Bartosz collection).

The man who helped put Fleer on the baseball card map through his photos, both serious and zany, looks back on his career.

Vintage Photo of the Day: Luke Sewell Applies the Tag

1928 photo Shibe Park

Our Vintage Photo of the Day takes you to Shibe Park in 1928 where hard-working catcher Luke Sewell was chasing down a runner.

PSA Launches Webcast Series with Tips, Lists, Guides

PSA10 Webcast

PSA is producing a series of online videos offering tips and knowledge on various types of sports collectibles.

Seized Baseball Memorabilia Collection Heading to Auction


Old baseball cards and autographs obtained by a New Jersey pharmacist who was selling drug samples and pocketing the cash are going to be sold at auction.

Chapman’s Injury Conjures Up Image of Herb Score

Herb Score 1956 Topps

The line drive that put Aroldis Chapman out of commission recalls a similar incident in 1957 involving Herb Score as we look back at the late pitcher’s baseball cards.