Throwback jerseys worn and autographed by the Bruins and Canadiens are being auctioned to help an NWHL player who suffered a serious injury three weeks ago.
What the Falcons thought of a young Brett Favre is found in the pages of Goldin Auctions’ new catalog–and so are five rings from players on Super Bowl winning teams.
In Sunbury, PA, the local high school band benefits from a show that’s been held for 20 years.
Some valuable first-time auction items including a poster with Deadball era stars’ signatures and a new Hanna Lou Gehrig bat are on the block.
The aim of a new initiative is to explore baseball’s impact on the Latino community through artifacts, stories and photos.
Life was good for Lou Gehrig in 1937–and this was one of those days. A photo at auction captures the happy first baseman on a milestone afternoon.
Now in its 20th year, the Cardinals Winter Warm-Up has paid and free autograph sessions, a card show and other collecting-related presentations are also planned.
As college football crowns its latest champion, perhaps the most complete library of publications, books and memorabilia covering the game’s history is now for sale.
No sparrows flew from his cap but a photo of Casey Stengel playing for the Pirates is still pretty cool. Learn more about the Ol’ Perfesser’s playing days.
On a cold day in Boston, a photographer captured a rarely seen field level image of Babe Ruth scoring a run in his first game as a member of the 1935 Braves.
The auction for the first home jersey donned by the NHL’s second overall draft pick drew plenty of action.
A 1951 photo taken just days into Mickey Mantle’s big league career and now at auction, shows him staring at another player wearing number 7.
No shortage of gold in a Kentucky Derby owner’s trophy. This one sold for $188,305, outpacing Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson items in the Lelands catalog.
A dedicated Wayne Gretzky collector who had his collection stolen last weekend, gets a visit–and more–from a famous neighbor.
Showing off Topps’ contributions to baseball and pop culture was just one factor in a record set last year by the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum.
Enshrinement will come 27 years after he first appeared on a card and it’s a kick for a Ken Griffey Jr. collector who spent years trying to chase them all.
Filed in the archives of the Cleveland News more than a century ago, the rectangular, painted image of Joe Jackson is one of over 400 photo at RMY Auctions this month.
Over 50 lots from the Hall of Fame shortstop including his 1984 Olympic uniform, first MLB hit baseball, game-used jerseys, bats helmets and other items will be offered.
Iconic trading cards, game-used bats and game-worn jerseys pushed to new heights. A look at the ten most expensive sports memorabilia of 2015.
An early Babe Ruth Yankees picture taken by George Grantham Bain and dozens of other classic baseball photos are on the eBay auction block over the next few days.