An original image of Chicago White Sox star Oscar “Happy Felsch”, one of the eight players banned from baseball for the Black Sox scandal, is up for bid.
Hidden in a photo archive for decades, our Photo of the Day features Shoeless Joe Jackson in his final year with Cleveland.
A World War II era Yankees jersey once donned by Joe DiMaggio joined a Black Sox team signed ball and Super Bowl rings atop the Goldin Auctions sales list.
A trio of items relating to the infamous 1919 team including a signed baseball, World Series ticket stub and payroll check are at Goldin Auctions.
A photo showing Joe Jackson and his Black Betsy bat has emerged from a near century-old archive and is among 1200 images up for bid at RMY Auctions.
A fresh-to-the-hobby photo of Joe Jackson playing baseball under an assumed name in 1922 is being offered at auction.
A 1912 Joe Jackson image taken in Cleveland and attributed to Louis Van Oeyen for use in a local newspaper is our Photo of the Day.
A previously unknown 1919 Eddie Cicotte photo from the year of the Black Sox scandal, is our Photo of the Day and is up for bid now.
The man who helped recruit his White Sox teammates to become Black Sox has a rare rookie card in the Chicago-based American Caramel issue, one that may be underrated.