Matuszak Super Bowl Trophy on the Block

One of the first Super Bowl player’s trophies to be awarded is on the auction block…one that belonged to a bigger than life character.

Brunell to Buy Own Football Memorabilia to Appease Creditors

Some bad investments sent Mark Brunell scrambling to find a way to pay off a mountain of debt.

Tunney’s Boxing Gloves from “The Long Count” Donated

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will become home to some very famous boxing gloves and other items from the career of Gene Tunney.

Red Auerbach Auction Includes NBA Championship Rings, Cousy Jersey, More

A large number of items from the life and times of NBA legend Red Auerbach are coming to auction next month.

Rickey’s Papers a National Treasure

Branch Rickey’s baseball life included scouting reports and letters to Jackie Robinson–all are in the collection of the nation’s library.

Rose Still a Hit in Cincinnati

The release of a new documentary has Pete Rose back in Cincinnati signing autographs for fans who wait outside grocery stores for hours.

Bryce Harper: The Uber Prospect Awaits

22 years after another hyped teenager proved worthy, Bryce Harper is about to come to a baseball card box near you.

Albert Pujols Continues to Drive in Collecting Dollars

Ten years after his first cards hit the market, Albert Pujols’ career and collectibles are hotter than ever.

Koufax Signs With Topps

Sandy Koufax autograph cards will be in 2011 Topps products after the Hall of Famer put his name on a Topps’ contract.

DiMaggio Watches, Clock Up For Bid

For the DiMaggio collector who thinks they have everything…

Booted to the Hall: Kramer’s Shoe Comes Home

Rescued from a box of 1960s Packers hand-me-downs, a kicking shoe belonging to one of the team’s all-time greats now has a more hallowed place.

Kirk Gibson Home Run Bat Sells for $575,912

A collection of items from Kirk Gibson’s memorable 1988 season brought in over $1.2 million, highlighting SCP Auctions’ latest catalog sale.

Haddix Family Consigns Dad’s Memorabilia

Harvey Haddix tossed 12 perfect innings in 1959. Now, a tangible memory from that game is among the items being sold at auction.

New Twist in 1988 Kirk Gibson Home Run Ball Fate

We don’t know for sure where one of baseball’s most famous home run balls is, but we have a candidate.

Elway Recalls Card Collecting Days

Hall of Famer John Elway shares some youthful memories with

Five Cool Pre-WW2 Baseball Cards You Can Afford

Looking to add some nice cards to your collection without a loan? Give these a try.

Potential NFL Rookie Card Bargains

We’ve got a list of players who might be ready for breakout seasons. Should you buy now?

Authenticators Poised for ARod’s 600th Home Run

MLB’s authenticators are poised to tag when Alex Rodriguez joins a very exclusive club.

Herzog Signing 2,010 Baseballs; Some $ to Charity

Special Hall of Fame baseballs signed by the former Cardinals’ skipper will raise money for youth baseball.

Baseball Card Stock Market: Who to Buy/Sell

If you’re buying and selling the hot and the not, our writer has some food for thought.