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.
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.
MLB Auction is putting game-used World Series memorabilia up for bid during the games–including Alcides Escobar’s inside-the-park home run ball.
“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.
You’ve had questions about identification, authentication and other memorabilia-related topics and David Cycleback is answering them.
The process of digitizing the iconic Jefferson Burdick Collection continues in New York with more than 34,000 cards now online and available for viewing.
Sean Kane’s latest baseball glove art–done on century-old mitts– is getting some museum love.
Two of the three game jerseys worn by Connor McDavid during his NHL debut had been snapped up before he skated…and his Young Guns rookie card now has a photo.
A veteran with little hope of making the majors, Maury Wills made a change that turned him into a star.
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 109-year-old photo of New York Highlanders righty Al Orth shows an early 20th century big league pitcher at the top of his game.
Personal best seasons followed three straight Series trips for Jimmie Foxx, the subject of a brilliant portrait by a news photographer in the spring of 1931.
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.
A newly-discovered photo shows the pennant winning 1955 Dodgers enjoying a beverage–and dousing their bat boy in the Milwaukee County Stadium clubhouse.
A field-level photo taken from the third base side during the 1909 season shows Ty Cobb sliding into home plate–with two other famous faces nearby.
The mammoth blast hit by young Cubs’ slugger Kyle Schwarber won’t be heading to auction; it’s been preserved right where it landed.
The dawn of the Dodgers is inside one of the hobby’s most prominent collections, featured this week in an ESPN.com story.