Look inside for a collection of special sports memorabilia sales and promotions around the web.
There’s a party in L.A. that doesn’t involve celebs or vices. We’ve got the lowdown on the Dodger Stadium 50th anniversary season.
As demand grows for today’s high quality images among fans and collectors, a new website is centered around sports pictures and posters.
A game worn Tom Brady jersey has drawn some serious bidding in the Super Bowl auction.
Topps’ Diamond Giveaway website returned live on Thursday, just five days before the redemption codes were to expire for 2011 Series One and Update.
Rich Klein spends time at a hotbed of young baseball talent while a talented young singer in his own family provides the National Anthem.
MeiGray Group has expanded its NHL team partnership list with a new multi-year contract to sell L.A. Kings jerseys.
New and old baseball memorabilia highlight Leland’s final auction of 2011.
A 52-year-old Washington Senators jersey donned by Harmon Killebrew is on the auction block.
Fake game jerseys aren’t the only items federal agents are busy tracking down these days. Baseball playoff busts netted a huge stash of fake fan gear and the sites that were selling it.
Dozens of vintage bats, a 1929 Packers championship watch, and a wide variety of items from every sport are part of the current MEARS online auction.
In the Game’s latest hockey card product, “Canada vs The World” packs a big game punch.
The Buffalo Sabres dig into a pile of game worn uniforms and stadium memorabilia for a special fundraising auction that starts tonight.
It’s out with the old and in with the new at one of college football’s most iconic venues. The University of Washington’s Husky Stadium will soon surrender itself to renovators and memorabilia collectors.
PSA’s New Jersey office is open for business, with an early focus on autograph authentication.
It’s definitely the year of the collector on reality TV. Producers of a new TV show want to hear about your collecting obsession.
Collectors Universe buys a web property, Mariano Rivera autograph deal, Billy Beane baseball cards and a great story about Shufflin’ Phil Douglas.
Some say Muhammad Ali’s punches felt like getting hit with a baseball bat. Now, the champ’s got his own.
Columnist Bill Simmons is back at the National Sports Collectors Convention, marveling, mocking and generally having a grand time with everything the dealers brought to Chicago.
A sports memorabilia collector gets shot in the rear by a robber, guns drawn at a Colorado shop, Killer Kowalski’s memorabilia on the block…and a nice story about Ernie Johnson Sr. and Jr.