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Ruth Bat Found in Basement Could Fetch $300,000-$500,000

Babe Ruth bat 1916-1918

There’s still stuff hiding in America’s basements. Proof of that in Massachusetts, where an early Babe Ruth bat was discovered and is now at auction.

Ramblings: Williams Not Part of the Great Pre-War Rookie Card Debate

1939-Play-Ball-Ted-Williams

Trying to give players from long ago an ‘official’ rookie card is dicey business.

Signficant Ruth Items to Hit REA Block

Babe Ruth bat 1923-25

REA raises the possibility that it’s the bat he used to hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium history.

1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth Rookie Brings $200,000

1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth

The sale of a high grade 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth, the first big league rookie card of the Sultan of Swat, has set a new bar.

1916 Babe Ruth Rookie Card, Heisman Ring Sold in “I Own it Now”

Babe Ruth 1916 M101-4 rookie card

Catalog featured exclusively high grade, rare, vintage sports collectibles.

T206 Wagner, Top Shelf Vintage Cards Populate Memory Lane’s I Own it Now Catalog

PSA 2 T206 Wagner card

Some of the hobby’s top cards and sets, including a T206 Honus Wagner and 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth rookie card are on the market.

National Sports Collectors Convention Notes: Final Edition

Some video and a note or two from the 2010 National Sports Collectors Convention.

Decision Made on Future of Museum’s Babe Ruth Rookie Card

Babe Ruth rookie card

Thanks to a generous benefactor, one of the few surviving 1914 Babe Ruth cards will apparently not be heading for the auction block.

Babe Ruth Rookie Card Owner Lost…Then Found

Babe Ruth rookie card

The son of a man who donated a 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card to the Ruth Museum in Baltimore now has a decision to make.

Ten Undervalued Baseball Rookie Cards

From 1930s sluggers to overlooked Astros, we’ve got a list of ten Rodney Dangerfields for you.

Babe Ruth Rookie Card Pacing Auction

The latest Babe Ruth rookie card to hit the market is drawing bidders not shy about chasing one of the hobby’s icons.