The Baseball Hall of Fame will salute the game’s records and the stories behind them in ‘One for the Books’, a new exhibit that features some big-time baseball memorabilia.
Collectors will have one more week to bid in one of the spring’s major auctions.
What might be the jersey Hank Aaron was wearing when he belted his first of 755 career home runs is sold to a private collector.
Since 1978, collectors have had the chance to utilize special World Series logo balls in their autograph pursuits.
Memory Lane opens its catalog auction with over 800 lots covering every sport and era.
A near set of T206 cards and what may be the last autograph Thurman Munson ever signed are among the hundreds of items on the block this month at Huggins & Scott.
MnM Sportscards combines scarcity with history in one of the lots in its online auction, set to begin this weekend.
Topps’ Diamond Dig helps kick off the 2011 baseball card season as some committed couples hope to walk away from a pit full of rubber balls and bats with a $10,000 engagement ring.
PSA/DNA is again authenticating dozens of game balls to be used in the Super Bowl.
The St. Louis Cardinals bring past,present and future players to town to sign–and raise money for charity.
It may not be up there with a Babe Ruth home run ball or even Bill Mazeroski’s 1960 Series game-winner, but the whereabouts of the ball that put Philadelphia baseball back on the map are a big mystery.
A vintage Oklahoma license plate signed by Mantle? It’s here.
An autographed 1951 Bowman set, Christy Mathewson contract and dozens of high-grade vintage cards are going up on the block this weekend.
One of the Babe’s last blasts was the biggest hit in this year’s Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum Auction.
A Florida woman didn’t think that old baseball with the Babe’s signature was worth taking to a local appraisal fair.
In a style that might have been right at home in the wild west days of the sports memorabilia hobby, everything inside–and outside–Philadelphia’s Spectrum was an all-you-can carry buffet for collectors and fans.
The corked bat used by Sammy Sosa in a game will join several other famous–and infamous–Chicago sports artifacts.
We don’t know for sure where one of baseball’s most famous home run balls is, but we have a candidate.
They’re at every game, but the responsibility is heightened when Major League Baseball’s memorabilia authentication teams go to work in the post-season.
Some of the best vintage card sets you’ll find are just part of “Own it Now”…a new sales initiative designed to complement Memory Lane Inc’s regular auction events.