An artifact dating from the time when Babe Ruth was a young catcher at St. Mary’s Industrial School will be one of the attractions in an auction next month.
Two men described as “longtime Dodgers security guards” and another man have been charged in connection with stolen game-used and issued gear.
A collection of 11 original–and valuable– baseball advertising signs and posters has been consigned to SCP Auctions’ Spring catalog.
A big spike sent Peyton Manning’s 578th career touchdown pass into the stands in Denver where it met the forehead of a ten-year-old fan.
Signed items from a couple of Hall of Famers and some shrunken heads were taken and replaced with fakes at Ripley’s Believe it or Not in Times Square.
An additional casting of Gehrig’s 1939 bronze Baseball Hall of Fame plaque art, quietly kept for decades by a fan who idolized him, is consigned to auction.
A sports memorabilia dealer accuses the New York Giants’ equipment staff of selling Michael Strahan’s final game jersey and giving him one made to look real.
Ready to celebrate an anniversary next year, the Ottawa Senators are looking to borrow and display items related to the history of hockey in the area.
“That’s some wallop!” Babe Ruth said after a lowball offer from the Yankees in 1933. He didn’t get much more. The auction for the pact is about to close.
Remember when DC Comics pitted Muhammad Ali against Superman in front of a gaggle of famous faces from the 1970s?
The product of a gathering of early baseball pioneers, the “Laws of Baseball” set common ground rules for how the game would be played in the years to come.
A rare deadball era action photo shows Eddie Plank delivering the final pitch of the 1913 World Series–a duel with Christy Mathewson at the Polo Grounds.
A rare photo from the Giants and White Sox 1924 World Tour shows members of both squads before they sailed the Atlantic.
The moment when Roger Maris passed Babe Ruth for most homers in a single season is captured on a rare, low-angle photograph up for auction.
Warming up before a game is all Babe Ruth could do during one of his most trying seasons.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says he’ll move his career collection through a series of auctions. He gives a video tour of some of the first items slated to go.
The original stamps used by the Toronto Maple Leafs years ago to “sign” autograph requests and other items are being sold at auction.
A Kodachrome image of the 1956 World Series champion New York Yankees that originated with Casey Stengel’s estate headlines the new RMY Auctions catalog.
Babe Ruth memorabilia including a 1925-26 game-used bat, a 1933 Yankees contract and numerous autographs come to auction this week.
Freshly retired and promising to help kids, Marshawn Lynch has partnered with eBay for an auction of signed items–and two custom ‘Beastmode’ vehicles.