The line drive that put Aroldis Chapman out of commission recalls a similar incident in 1957 involving Herb Score as we look back at the late pitcher’s baseball cards.
Maybe they’d be worth more if they’d just been left alone, but you can’t deny the coolness factor in a couple of the premier items in a new catalog auction.
A rare original and complete 1927 New York Yankees uniform, worn by infielder Ray Morehart, has been consigned to a 2012 auction.
Looking for a gift for…yourself? Some Major League teams are holding their annual off-season clubhouse sales, offering game used jerseys and equipment.
Chicago, once again hosting this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention, remains a hobby hotbed with collectors chasing cards and memorabilia old and new.
The Chicago White Sox took the caps off their heads, signed them and offered them to an Arizona charity.
A rare and historic piece of memorabilia is putting the focus on an underrated star.
It’s a Shoeless Joe doubleheader…two ultra rare, high-grade Joe Jackson items will be on the auction block this spring after both were recently consigned to Robert Edward Auctions.
A candidate for ‘coolest job’ talks about his work behind the lens in the big leagues.
Worn for only one night, the jerseys worn in the 20,000th game in the franchise’s history will be sold–at least some for charity.
Part two of our excerpt from the new book ‘Mint Condition; How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession’ by Dave Jamieson. In the second half of Chapter One, Jamieson chronicles how Goodwin & Company’s insertion of ballplayers’ pictures into its cigarette packs launched a national craze in the late 19th century.
The White Sox were all green on St. Patty’s day and they’re hoping to raise some green through some one-of-a-kind caps.
A one-of-a-kind Ty Cobb baseball card, a game-used Babe Ruth bat and hundreds of other pieces of sports memorabilia are all piled into the latest catalog from Huggins and Scott. Who needs JC Penney?