A preview of 2016 Topps Finest Baseball as die-cut Ken Griffey Jr. cards and a couple of fresh insert sets shake up the always colorful June product.
Bo Jackson, Cal Ripken, Mike Schmidt and a plethora of Pennsylvania stars are signing at the Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular show in the Philly area this weekend.
The tradition continues with word that the 2016 Topps Heritage will be released in March and will mirror the iconic 1967 set.
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.
With an anniversary on the horizon, PSA/DNA will give away 12 months worth of autographed items.
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.
Reggie Jackson’s potty-mouthed tirade at an autograph seeker is just part of the crazy scene induction weekend in Cooperstown can sometimes be.
Understanding the cost of an autograph is important whether you’re a collector, show promoter or card company brand manager.
Veterans and their families benefit from Signatures for Soldiers, a program turning autograph requests into donations for Military Missions in Action.
2015 Topps Tier One Baseball offers nothing but autographs and relic cards in each pack. We’ve got the info, a full checklist and the ‘most watched’ on eBay.
A newly discovered autograph page from a 1944 baseball publication contains the autographs of Negro League figures including Josh Gibson.
Mike Trout joins Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and other sports stars whose frequently forged signatures are on PSA/DNA’s latest list.
Steiner Sports held a shindig to kick off its new In Their Own Words collection which includes a hand-written story along with a player’s autograph.
2014 Topps Five Star Baseball has a couple of Hall of Fame quarterbacks who were once MLB draftees. We’ve got the final checklist and a few new preview photos.
An old school product gets a makeover with 2014 Topps High Tek Baseball. We’ve got the ‘most watched’ cards already listed on eBay and a checklist.
The brouhaha over college athletes and autographs keeps simmering. Gordie Howe won’t be making any more appearances and Trent Dilfer lends a hand to Panini.
Ellis Valentine has co-founded a website that connects fans and collectors to former athletes for autograph requests and more.
Rich Klein says autograph collecting at the mid-level minors is great fun and you never know who’ll be there.
You’ll get a couple of autographs but is the checklist strong enough to support the 2014 Topps Tier One price tag?
Two Babe Ruth photographs now at auction are from different periods of his life nonetheless still show his never-ending affinity for youngsters.