Police in Florida say they finally captured the man believed responsible for fooling nearly three dozen Florida pawn shops and other outlets into buying a phony Babe Ruth signed baseball with equally phony paperwork.
Been adding to your collection? The Baseball Hall of Fame has.
A sports memorabilia collector gets shot in the rear by a robber, guns drawn at a Colorado shop, Killer Kowalski’s memorabilia on the block…and a nice story about Ernie Johnson Sr. and Jr.
Seven items brought bids of more than $100,000 in a Thursday night auction, topped by jerseys from two of baseball’s most important figures.
Barry Halper’s son responds to criticism leveled at his father’s collection while we round the bases with a collection of stories to get you through the weekend.
From the earliest days of Brooklyn baseball until the sad farewell, Steve Ross’ collection includes dozens of high grade baseball cards, autographs and even a couple of Ebbets Field seats.
59 years ago, Joe D and Mickey Mantle played on the same World Series championship team but it’s not their autographs that really make one soon to be auctioned baseball unique.
The only foul ball hit into the stands during the at bat when Derek Jeter belted his 3000th hit is going on the auction block.
One milestone down; one more to go.
You knew this was coming.
Some New York’s most well known sports enterprises are in love with Christian Lopez.
Being an incredibly generous fan may not mean Christian Lopez escapes some financial responsibilities.
For your most elite autographs…a $150 baseball.
He’ll have to wait until July to continue the chase, but if Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit winds up in the stands, the sky’s the limit.
The Babe’s John Henry continues to command attention, as evidenced by Huggins & Scott’s latest auction.
High grade autographed baseballs featuring the likes of Ruth, Gehrig and Cobb are among the vintage treasures looking up from the latest major auction catalog.
The Editor’s Blog tracks a stolen Mickey Mantle signed baseball, gets the goods on a good deed and a big thumbs up from a stock analyst for the parent company of PSA and PSA DNA.
The 1-10 scale that’s become such a huge part of sports card grading is a little harder to analyze in the world of autographs.
Both new and vintage sports memorabilia drew bidders in Memory Lane Inc.’s spring auction.