An ode to the rookie cards of college basketball legends from the pre-dunk, pre-three point era.
The jersey worn by Jeremy Lin the night he torched the Lakers for 38 points is being sold. Is he wearing it on the cover of this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated?
True collectors know the value of hockey cards from the modern era doesn’t begin and end with Gretzky.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s lawsuit against Upper Deck is moving forward as the two sides clash over cards in the 2010 Greats of the Game set.
For 500 bucks, you can have an autographed copy of the document that’s kept Pete Rose out of baseball for more than 20 years.
Julius Erving says he cringed at stories tying the current auction of memorabilia from his playing days to a lawsuit he’s facing.
Major pieces of Julius Erving’s career, a pair of uber-famous fight trunks, some historic Yankee bats and Mickey Cochrane’s memorabilia go on the auction block starting Friday.
Shaun Chaulk has the desire…and the means…and his Wayne Gretzky memorabilia collection is nothing short of phenomenal.
Historic items from the career of Ted Williams, including several of his major awards, will be offered at a live auction. Many of the items will be featured on a national tour set to begin later this month.
Leighton Sheldon and Scott Greenwald used their college eduction to turn a childhood passion into a thriving business.
Schilling talks auction, the Cooperstown guest list for autograph hounds and a look at one of the hobby’s hottest niches.
CNBC discusses the state of the sports memorabilia market as Hunt Auctions shows off The Babe’s prison bat and other cool stuff.
All that talk about Albert Pujols having a “down year”? Pretty much gone after two huge homers. With about ten more years left in his career, he could be a steal–even at today’s prices.
Harmon Killebrew’s friends and former teammates remember him while fans and collectors log on for a tangible memory.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame and he’s technically not the home run king of anything anymore. But the interest in Roger Maris cards remains strong.
What might be the jersey Hank Aaron was wearing when he belted his first of 755 career home runs is sold to a private collector.
Some items from the career of Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Nitschke enter the hobby after his son thins a large collection.
Pieces of Robin Roberts’ career with the Phillies go on the block.
A huge and rarely seen collection of vintage baseball photographs from a long-time Boston photographer has fans and collectors excited.
Dividing up hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from their father’s career was a daunting task for Robin Roberts’ children, so they made the tough call to auction it.