The dawn of the Dodgers is inside one of the hobby’s most prominent collections, featured this week in an ESPN.com story.
Seventy years ago Thursday, a young Dodger set a baseball record that still stands. A look at the career and the baseball cards of Tommy Brown.
The late Hall of Famer’s game-used memorabilia from his time in Brooklyn and Los Angeles have been consigned by his family.
A photo from the archives of the Chicago Daily News showing Jackie Robinson accepting the 1947 Rookie of the Year award is up for bid.
From guys who couldn’t get off a Rookie Stars card to a manager depicted by a cartoon firing, the 1969 Topps set has the quirks Rich loves to highlight.
Gil Hodges passed away 43 years ago Thursday, ending a remarkable career that had everything but a Hall of Fame plaque. His baseball cards probably deserve better, too.
North Carolina-based Worthridge Auctions kicks off its first event by offering more than 100 items from the estate of NFL legend Reggie White.
Apparently upset with a third place finish, Carmelo Anthony turned his bronze medal over to a relative who is now selling it at auction.
With the new movie “42” released nationwide this weekend, it’s possible Jackie Robinson baseball cards could see increased interest. We sort through the rookie cards and other vintage issues of all shapes and sizes.
He was more than just a baseball player. Our Photo of the Day shows Jackie Robinson in the early days of his legendary UCLA athletic career.
The Brooklyn Dodgers 1947 spring training was unlike any other and our Vintage Photo of the Day showcases Jackie Robinson, preparing to make history.
Baseball lifer Don Zimmer was introduced to kids as a Brooklyn Dodgers infielder in 1957 and his card is part of the tough second series.
Childhood Treasure Coming to Auction: High Grade 1954 Brooklyn Dodgers Autographed Ball Has Quite a Story to Tell
A young African-American boy’s trip to the east coast led him to the locker room of the legendary Brooklyn Dodgers where he was given something he cherished for decades. Now, that piece of baseball history is about to be sold.
Long time autograph hounds know that an obscure 1940’s Brooklyn Dodger’s autograph is virtually impossible to find. They just don’t know why.
Reggie Grant was just looking for a place to store some paint. Instead he found an old testimonial dinner program bearing three important baseball autographs from more than 63 years ago.
A Ty Cobb bat and some Babe Ruth autographed items are among the headliners as SCP Auctions gets set to open its next auction.
Cleaning out her grandfather’s estate brought a unique moment in baseball history back to life–and into an auction.