PA Cops: Crime Spree Began With Baseball Cards

Three people have been arrested after a string of thefts that resulted in a van packed full of what police say are stolen collectibles.

Despite ‘Terrible’ Location, San Diego Shop Rolls On

You’ll probably miss his sports card shop if you’re driving by but after 24 years, Jerry Mudra pretty secure in how to survive in business.

Topps Will Feature Roberto Clemente in 2012 Baseball Cards

You’ll see more of the late, great Roberto Clemente inside Topps’ 2012 products.

TV Show in Development Needs Collectors

It’s definitely the year of the collector on reality TV. Producers of a new TV show want to hear about your collecting obsession.

Collector Who Witnessed 9/11 Attack Reflects

A New Jersey collector had a front row seat to the terrorist attacks ten years ago.

Strasburg Rookie Cards Get Jolt from Pitcher’s Return

The pause button on Stephen Strasburg’s hobby DVR is about to get clicked off. Collectors haven’t forgotten.

Rare World Series Programs Going on Block

A collection featuring some of the earliest World Series programs has been consigned to the upcoming Louisville Slugger auction.

Superstation, Baseball Cards Went Hand in Hand

The arrival of cable TV turned a lot of people into Atlanta Braves fans. One blogger remembers the revolution–and the part that baseball cards played in developing his affection for a new powerhouse.

Shinder’s Massive Inventory Sold at Auction

The place where thousands of Upper Midwesterners bought their sports cards over the years is liquidated.

REA Tallies Auction Data

The dust has settled and Robert Edward Auctions assesses the state of the vintage baseball card and memorabilia market following its annual catalog event.

Concern Over Ernie Harwell’s Collection

Budget problems have separated Ernie Harwell’s collection from its curator not long after the Detroit Public Museum took charge of the memorabilia the late broadcaster wanted to share with fans.

Bryce Harper’s First Card Coming

Teen sensation Bryce Harper will make his Topps debut in about two months.

Editor’s Blog: First Pack of Cards, Topps TV Special’s always entertaining Steve Rushin takes his two-year-old son to the store to pick out his first pack of cards while MLB Network and Topps join forces for a one-hour special. Plus an update on Pete Sampras’ missing memorabilia.

Autograph Only Product Yields Ruth

One Maryland collector earns points with the wife after making a big score in a box of Historic Autographs’ latest product.

Topps Delivers 1952 Mantle to Winner

Topps wasn’t cheap when it came to awarding at least one of the 1952 Topps Mantle cards as part of its Million Card Giveaway promotion.

T206 Obsession Can Test Domestic Bliss

Discovering the T206 set brought joy and angst to one collector’s house.

Giant Victory for Bay Area Card Shops

San Francisco Giants fans are making it a happy holiday season indeed for sports card shops in the area.

Topps Pro Debut Series II Review

Topps makes us dig out our copies of Baseball America as it serves up its Pro Debut 2nd Series, a set full of future stars…and minor league footnotes.

2010 Topps Chrome Wrapper Redemption Program

Topps is offering a special set of rookies and Hall of Famers as part of a 2010 Topps Chrome wrapper redemption program. For every 24 hobby box wrappers of 2010 Topps Chrome Baseball  sent to the company, collectors will receive an exclusive three card pack of  Chrome Rookies and Legends variation cards. In addition, one […]

Coming Soon: Hall of Fame’s Collection On Your Computer

The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum strikes a deal with a company that will digitize its massive archive of baseball history.