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.
The jersey donned by Kobe Bryant in the final home opener of his 20-year career was part of a series of NBA opening night jersey auctions.
An auction of special warm-up jerseys, worn and signed by members of the LA Kings, will benefit victims of the mass shooting in southern California earlier this month.
Do the defending NHL champs skate off with memorabilia from their careers?
Don’t use them on your backyard rink but the crystal pucks featuring melted ice from major NHL events are licensed by the league–and more are in the works for the Winter Classic.
Tony Dorsett has consigned game balls, game-used items and awards from his college and pro career to the upcoming Super Bowl Auction.
Combine an iconic image with a famous name who’s no stranger to the Sharpie and you have the best autographed sports photos for the average collector.
Memorabilia from the career of Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Brickhouse including autographs, game-used gear and scorecards from important games.
They were definitely…different. Now, the Jacksonville Jaguars jerseys from their all-gold ensemble have been signed and are on the charity auction block.
The letterman sweater worn by Moses Malone, who made an historic jump from high school to the pro ranks, is among the items being sold by Worthridge Auctions.
Developed from the original negative, it’s the only Type 1/Vintage 1 example of Charles Conlon’s famous photo of Ty Cobb ever to come to auction.
The plaque presented to Jackie Robinson as he entered the Hall of Fame in 1962 joins Babe Ruth memorabilia and dozens of important horse racing items.
Cooperstown was buzzing in June of 1939 as the city welcomed crowds attending the first Hall of Fame induction… and a new collectible.
Game-worn Ben Roethlisberger items from a couple of memorable days are being sold to raise money for his foundation.
A photo from the opening weeks of his major league career shows a young Mickey Mantle as he slides into third base.
An original photo now at auction shows Yankee manager Miller Huggins, owner Jacob Ruppert and Red Sox manager Frank Chance as Yankee Stadium opens in 1923.
A rare photo, date stamped to December 1930, pictures legendary coach John Wooden during his playing days at Purdue University.
Eddie Cicotte was known for his control so Morris Rath had to wonder what was up when he was hit by the White Sox star pitcher while leading off the 1919 World Series.