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Photo of the Day: Hap Felsch in 1919

Hap Felsch

An original image of Chicago White Sox star Oscar “Happy Felsch”, one of the eight players banned from baseball for the Black Sox scandal, is up for bid.

Don Drysdale Career Collection Coming to Auction

Don Drysdale collection

The late Hall of Famer’s game-used memorabilia from his time in Brooklyn and Los Angeles have been consigned by his family.

2015 Topps Museum Collection Football Preview


2015 Topps Museum Collection football will arrive at the tail end of the season, offering four hits per box.

New Discovery: 1912 Joe Jackson Photo

1912 Joe Jackson photograph

A never-before-seen photo of Joe Jackson had sat in a Cleveland newspaper archive for decades. Now it’s starring in a new auction.

Wilt Chamberlain Rookie Jersey Coming to Auction

Philadelphia Warriors Wilt Chamberlain game jersey 1959

Tucked away in a private collection for years, a jersey worn by Wilt Chamberlain during his first NBA season has been consigned to SCP Auctions.

Young Cancer Survivor Presented with His Own Baseball Card

Daniel Alexander and Chris Carlin

Daniel Alexander and his family were honored at the National Sports Collectors Convention. He’s also been “adopted” by the Notre Dame baseball program.

War Veteran Selling Card Collection to Pay Bills


Iraqi war veteran Brad Solomon, diagnosed with blood cancer, is selling off his baseball card collection to cover living expenses.

Gale Sayers Collection to Highlight Super Bowl 50 Auction

Gale Sayers and Chet Coppock

Football great Gale Sayers was on hand as Hunt Auctions revealed items from his collection that will help anchor the Super Bowl 50 auction.

Beckett Launches Vintage Publications

Beckett Vintage Collector magazine

Beckett is producing a new magazine aimed at vintage collectors and a new Almanac for older sports cards.

Ruth, DiMaggio, Gehrig Part of Johnny Murphy Collection

Johnny Murphy

Items signed by Yankee greats of the 1930s are part of an historic memorabilia collection from the estate of former player and executive Johnny Murphy.

Notes: Mantle’s Message, Big Vintage Buy, Famous Belt for Auction

Mantle suck photo

Mantle’s playful jab at his fellow 500 home run club members in 1989 is coming to auction. A belt from a legendary 19th century bout is too… and a big vintage collection purchase.

Rare Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin Leads off Wheatland Auction

Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin Wheatland Auction

Used to hold a brand of plug tobacco that carried the name of the era’s most famous player, one of small number of Ty Cobb tins is on the auction block.

Rogers Arrested for Contempt

John Rogers

Failing to comply with a court order in connection with a local bank’s lawsuit, sports memorabilia dealer and photo archive business owner John Rogers has been jailed.

Helmar Card of the Week: Hooks Wiltse, A Giant Among Men

Hooks Wiltse-T206 Helmar

Nicknamed for his fielding ability, Hooks Wiltse was Robin to Christy Mathewson’s Batman on the great John McGraw Giants teams more than a century ago.

Third Man Arrested in Violent Home Invasion Card Robbery

Kristopher Muzzall

A 27-year-old Chicago man is in jail in connection with a 2014 Chicago area home invasion robbery in which a six-figure collection of cards was stolen.

Bobby Orr’s 1972 All-Star Game Jersey Brings $95,433

Autographed First Day Cover 1939 Hall of Fame class

Orr’s jersey from the game in Minnesota led the Lelands auction which also included autographs from the first Hall of Fame class and a Deflategate ball.

Rare Smile, Shades on 1937 Pre-Series Photo of Young Joe D

Joe DiMaggio 1937 photo

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.

LeBron Finals-Worn Jersey Brings Huge Bucks

Game worn LeBron James 2015 NBA Finals jersey

The jersey worn by LeBron James during parts of the first two games of the 2015 NBA Finals drew a huge number during an ongoing NBA Auctions event Thursday.

Photo of the Day: The Babe Arrives at Camp

1934 photo spring training 1934 Babe Ruth

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.

Bronzed Glove from Haddix’s 12 Perfect Innings at Auction

Harvey Haddix perfect game glove

Memorabilia from Harvey Haddix’s 12 innings of perfection in 1959 along with other important career memorabilia, are on the auction block.