If you’re buying and selling the hot and the not, our writer has some food for thought.
A video game shapes one writer’s memory of time spent with the player who was a kid at heart.
Hank Aaron has taken on Lincoln-like status in his hometown.
An 88-year-old Florida man’s brushes with greatness date back to the Babe.
A collection of memorabilia related to 1920s World Heavyweight Champion Gene Tunney is being sold at a British auction house.
From 1930s sluggers to overlooked Astros, we’ve got a list of ten Rodney Dangerfields for you.
The best thing to come out of Mark McGwire’s controversial chase of Roger Maris 11 seasons ago? A guy who turned one of those historic baseballs into a career as a doctor.
Upper Deck continues to add retired stars to its 2010 baseball card lineup.
Curt Flood’s family has consigned items from the late outfielder’s historic career to the upcoming Louisville auction which was worthy of a show-and-tell on St. Louis TV.
Some of the jerseys worn during last season’s historic hockey moments are now up for bid.
The annual auction at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory returns this month with some intensely personal pieces from baseball pioneer Curt Flood among the headliners.
Former NBA star and coach Dan Issel’s money problems have led to an auction of personal property, including some of his hoops jewelry.
The only game-worn Jim Brown helmet to ever hit the market will highlight GUU Auctions’ fall offerings scheduled to run now through Thursday, November 12.
Just a few months after an auction of Bob Gibson memorabilia, his former St. Louis Cardinals’ teammate is going the same route.
He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?
Some young veteran quarterbacks may be ready to make the leap to the next level of value when it comes to their rookie cards.
…or at least have your respect. If you think you know your baseball cards, you’d better know these cardboard icons.
Another court fight over Ted Williams…luckily this time it has nothing to do with cryogenics.
Jerry Kramer, one of the key players in the Green Bay Packers’ championship run during the 1960s, has announced a special auction to benefit long-retired NFL players who need help for medical care.