Look for a cheaper product with two autographs per pack when 2015 Topps Five Star Baseball arrives this week. A preview and newly released checklist are inside.
Set for release this week, 2015 Panini Cooperstown is the latest issue in the company’s partnership with the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Making use of its Hall of Fame partnership, Panini will produce a fourth Cooperstown-oriented set with Babe Ruth and new inductees among those featured.
A look at early cardboard of some of the most talked players who for one reason or another, haven’t been enshrined.
Panini 2014 Hall of Fame 75th Anniversary Baseball will be hit-based when it arrives next month.
The Hall of Fame coins have been one of this year’s biggest hits with more autograph signers adding their names to the unique looking U.S. Mint product.
PCGS is working on adding even more Hall of Famers and perhaps adding some cut signatures of deceased Hall of Famers to the red hot U.S. Mint coin issue.
Those concave coins produced by the U.S. Mint in conjunction with the Baseball Hall of Fame have been a huge hit–whether carrying authentic signatures or not.
If you’ve ever thought about taking a trip to Cooperstown, this might be the time. The Baseball Hall of Fame VIP Experience launches in March with the opportunity to view artifacts not everyone gets to see.
Long-time hobbyist Ron Keurajian’s new Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs reference guide delves into the good, bad and ugly.
TriStar Productions has announced its lineup for the 2012 Houston Collectors Show in January, with some current Hall of Famers scheduled to sign autographs and one who could be in the club by then.
It was a short series, but the Baseball Hall of Fame still came away with some game used apparel and equipment from this year’s World Series. Some of it is already on display.
The 2012 World Series gets underway tonight and officials from the Hall of Fame will be hoping to add to the Hall’s collection of World Series memorabilia. We’ve got a list of some of the iconic pieces from past games that are already in Cooperstown.
The Baseball Hall of Fame will put some of its collection into the palm of your hand with one of its upcoming mobile apps. A trivia app has already hit the market.
Sounds like good summer reading material. The new Baseball Hall of Fame Almanac offers complete biographies, photos from the Hall’s archives and more.
A book obtained by a teenage Alexander Cartwright and signed is going up for bid. Could it have inspired the foundation of baseball?
There’s no physical location yet, but the St. Louis Cardinals Museum is online with a brand new website full of memorabilia.
News and notes including a phenomenal collection of historic signed photos.
Bob Feller’s wife has cleaned out the late Hall of Famer’s closet and donated several items of sports apparel for a hospice benefit auction.
Already popular, especially in Chicago, Ron Santo baseball cards and autographs spike on eBay after his election to the Baseball Hall of Fame.