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Photo of the Day: Thurman Munson at Kent State

Kent State photo Thurman Munson

No Fu Manchu but Thurman Munson was wearing pinstripes as early as 1967.

Rare 1942 Rose Bowl Trophy Found in Trash?

1942RoseBowl

Moved out of California in the days after Pearl Harbor, the 1942 Rose Bowl produced a piece of memorabilia that was almost lost to history.

Photo Used to Make Rare 1959 Fleer Ted Williams Card Up for Bid

Bucky Harris-Ted Williams 1959

An image used to make a card that caused a rift between Fleer and Topps and resulted in one of the hobby’s most famous short prints, is our Photo of the Day.

Photo of the Day: Hockey and the Iron Horse

1934 New York Rangers Lou Gehrig

The Yankees star first baseman’s streak was underway and he took time out to greet some NHL colleagues who were doing the same in this rare photograph.

Mantle Photo with Family Dates from First Yankee Spring Start

Mickey Mantle family 1951

With family members ready to take him back to Oklahoma for an Army physical that could have changed his draft status, Mickey Mantle’s name was penciled in.

Photo of the Day: Fans Cheer DiMaggio During Streak

Fans cheer Joe DiMaggio 1941

How many of these did Joe DiMaggio receive from the Yankee Stadium crowd during the magical year of 1941?

Photo of the Day: Image Used for 1960 Topps Rival All-Stars Card

1957 Ken Boyer-Mickey Mantle photo

The Don Wingfield photograph that became the 1960 Topps Rival All-Stars card featuring Mickey Mantle and Ken Boyer is part of RMY Auctions’ current sale.

Photo of the Day: Jackie Robinson, Gridiron Star

Jackie Robinson UCLA Football 1939

Before he was a Dodger, Jackie Robinson was dodging tacklers as a football standout. This rare 75-year-old photo showcases one of his greatest moments.

Rare 1913 Ty Cobb Photo Generating Interest

Ty Cobb photo 1913 Detroit Tigers

A rare image of Ty Cobb taken 101 years ago is hitting the auction block for the first time.

Photo of the Day: Ted Williams Rookie Image a Stunner

Ted Williams photograph 1939

A fresh Ted Williams rookie photograph, believed to have been taken within seconds of a more famous Charles Conlon image, is on the auction block.

RMY Premier Auction Launches With Newly Discovered Joe Jackson Photo

Joe Jackson White Sox photo 1916

A photo showing Joe Jackson and his Black Betsy bat has emerged from a near century-old archive and is among 1200 images up for bid at RMY Auctions.

Chet Walker’s 1967 NBA Championship Ring at Auction

Chet Walker NBA Championship ring 1967

The liquidation of items from the Hall of Famer’s career continues with a ring he earned as a player for one of the NBA’s greatest teams.

Louisville Slugger Museum Auction Returns in November

Autographed 1927 Yankees team photo

A 1927 New York Yankees signed team photo is among the highlights in the 2014 Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction.

Hobby Pioneer’s Football Jersey Collection Up for Auction

Game worn jersey collection

Nearly 3,400 lots are now open for bidding including dozens of game-worn college football and NFL jerseys.

Thieves Steal Yogi Berra’s Memorabilia

Yogi Berra museum

A break-in at a learning center and museum in his name have authorities offering a reward for the recovery of stolen Yogi Berra memorabilia.

Jeter’s Only All-Star Home Run Bat Joins Vintage Cards in Memory Lane Catalog

2001 All-Star Home Run Bat Derek Jeter

The bat Derek Jeter used to hit his only All-Star Game home run, a T206 Plank and numerous Babe Ruth items are up for grabs at Memory Lane.

Former Expo Valentine Part of Past Pros Team

1977 Topps Ellis Valentine

Ellis Valentine has co-founded a website that connects fans and collectors to former athletes for autograph requests and more.

Sports Collector’s Guide to Identifying Glass

Expensive antique lamp shades are often lead glass, and very heavy.

Learn about many standard types of glass you’ll find in some sports memorabilia, including lead crystal, cobalt, milk glass and blown glass.

VIDEO: A Look Inside the Cardinals’ Hall of Fame and Museum

Cardinals Hall of Fame-Museum

Eight thousand square-feet of Cooperstown-worthy artifacts help tell the story of one of baseball’s greatest franchises.

A Look At Victorian Sports Trade Cards, Scraps and Die Cuts

1888 'Scrapps Tobacco' Die Cuts, Baseball Dan Brouthers (HOF) Detroit. Baseball collectors used to erroneously think these were tobacco cards, thus the name.

Some are rather standard; others show a 19th century sense of humor. Victorian era trade cards, scraps and die-cuts pose a fun challenge for collectors.