Mitch Williams Selling Items from 1993 World Series Walk-Off

The jersey, cleats and glove worn by Phillies pitcher Mitch Williams when he surrendered Joe Carter’s 1993 World Series homer are on the auction block.

Tom Willis Not Done Tossing Out First Pitches

Thanks to a Georgia collector, a man born without arms is getting closer to his goal of showing off his impressive first pitch in every big league ballpark.

Man Charged in Connection With 1994 Theft of Heisman Trophy

A southern California man is facing charges of receiving stolen property after trying to sell the missing O. J. Simpson award, stolen from USC more than 20 years ago.

Goldin Auctions to Sell Jersey That Capped MJ’s Final Scoring Title

The jersey worn in Michael Jordan’s final regular season game as a member of the Chicago Bulls is heading for the auction block this fall.

Best Autographed Sports Memorabilia to Buy

A few tips on finding the best sports memorabilia on the market and how to make the right decision about what to buy and how to display it.

PSA-DNA Launches Autograph Sweepstakes

With an anniversary on the horizon, PSA/DNA will give away 12 months worth of autographed items.

Meeting Players Trumps Autographs at Show

David Seideman visits a show where at least some of the former players seemed cheery enough to meet fans and collectors who paid for autographs–but also a memory.

Basement Ball: Long Lost Signed Sphere Carries Mantle, More

Renovating an old home they’d just purchased paid off for a Connecticut family when this old, forgotten, autographed baseball emerged.

Ball from ’92 US Dream Team Sets Auction Record

A signed, game-used basketball from the 1992 Dream Team that belonged to Chuck Daly sold for over $230,000 early Sunday.

Collector Loans Ruth Cap to Complete Little League Museum Display

A generous collector chased down Babe Ruth’s 1934 Tour of Japan cap to go with the uniform he’d loaned to the Little League Museum in 2013.

Helmar Card of the Week: Hank Mathewson

Hank Mathewson–and another brother Nick–weren’t on the same big league talent level as brother Christy but Hank now has a card thanks to Helmar.

Yankees’ Jackie Robinson Day Jersey Auction to Benefit Foundation

SCP Auctions is offering more than 40 Jackie Robinson Day jerseys worn by members of the Yankees from 2010-2014 with proceeds providing college scholarships.

Napoli Trade Meant End of Red Sox Collecting Quest

The trading deadline affects collectors too. Mike Napoli’s departure marked the end of one Red Sox super collector’s efforts to chase down his game-worn and game-used items.

They Played There? Cards for 10 Short Term Rental Players

Some players joined a team just long enough to find their way onto cardboard.

Lots Of Sole: Auction Includes LT’s Cleats From Super Bowl XXV

The cleats used by Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor in Super Bowl XXV are up for auction and we talk to the teammate who wound up with them that day.

First Man Up: Hank Gowdy Returns from World War I

Not long after fighting the Central Powers in the trenches of France during World War I, a photo at auction shows Hank Gowdy back with the Boston Braves.

Notes: Chrome SPs; Flagship Variation; New Boxing Auto Authenticator

Look for five rookie short prints in Topps Chrome. A variation is uncovered in Series 2.. and a new boxing only autograph authentication service launches.

Even at 50+, Iron Man McGinnity Was Still Flinging It

Some guys pitch until they no longer can. An original photo of Hall of Famer Joe ‘Iron Man’ McGinnity shows him still in the game at age 51.

Photo of the Day: Mack, McGraw and the First Mid-Summer Classic

Managers for the 1933 All-Star Game help launch a contest that became an American sports staple.

Photo of the Day: Ray Schalk in 1920

One of the few 1919 White Sox players not to wind up as one of the ‘Eight Men Out’, catcher Ray Schalk likely still felt the stress during the investigation.