A look at a few athletes who put country, duty and honor ahead of sports and the cards we remember them by.
Stan the Man and Joe D. may have been no-shows, but the 1950 Bowman baseball set aptly chronicled the Whiz Kids and set a standard for issues that followed.
While most boys his age were worried about their next date, Bob Feller was striking out big league hitters.
Some news and notes from around the hobby including a lawsuit, Leaf’s new Legends of the Links product, Jim Harbaugh’s pants and a cool, old program.
Pete Rose has signed plenty of autographs but there are still fans who want one. Follow along as he makes a trip to Phoenix.
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.
Analyzing prices of recently deceased Hall of Famer autographs.
Bob Feller died Wednesday evening at age 92.
A chat with Bob Feller…and a special event for Cardinals fans raises money for a good cause.
A fixture on the east coast, the Philly show’s spring event brings in dealers, collectors and a host of autograph guests.
It’s a vintage set full of superstars, Hall of Famers and short prints–but 60 years after they came out of wax packs, the 1949 Leaf baseball cards are still a little confusing.