Reggie Jackson’s potty-mouthed tirade at an autograph seeker is just part of the crazy scene induction weekend in Cooperstown can sometimes be.
Making use of its Hall of Fame partnership, Panini will produce a fourth Cooperstown-oriented set with Babe Ruth and new inductees among those featured.
A stamp club’s 1939 project resulted in a valuable first day cover with autographs from the first Baseball Hall of Fame induction.
Sleepy Cooperstown was anything but on Monday morning when an armed, masked man entered a sports memorabilia store and the owner fired a shot.
If you’ve ever thought about taking a trip to Cooperstown, this might be the time. The Baseball Hall of Fame VIP Experience launches in March with the opportunity to view artifacts not everyone gets to see.
After showing off more images from its upcoming 2012 Panini Cooperstown product, a one-time partner may be out to prove its baseball chops.
The Baseball Hall of Fame will put some of its collection into the palm of your hand with one of its upcoming mobile apps. A trivia app has already hit the market.
News and notes including a phenomenal collection of historic signed photos.
His teammates ripped it off his back but the Hall of Fame wanted it anyway. David Freese’s jersey will join his Game 6 bat and other items in Cooperstown.
A look inside the massive stash of autographed baseballs owned by Dennis Schrader, stored inside a room best described as a bunker.
You won’t find a Roger Maris plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame. He’s never been inducted. But you’ll find a special exhibit on the 50th anniversary of his record-breaking year. Finding Maris memorabilia at Cooperstown shops isn’t quite as easy.
Been adding to your collection? The Baseball Hall of Fame has.
Schilling talks auction, the Cooperstown guest list for autograph hounds and a look at one of the hobby’s hottest niches.
An unsuspecting, but regular guest from Canada got a big welcome Friday.
The votes are in. Wednesday, we’ll find out whose cards and autographs might take a jump in value.
At times battling players’ collections, memorabilia dealers and the expanding auction market means the personal touch is ultra-important in the Baseball Hall of Fame’s desire to add to its collection.
The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum strikes a deal with a company that will digitize its massive archive of baseball history.
A Florida museum’s impressive hoard of baseball treasures goes on public display this week.
As Bruce Sutter picks up his plaque, we go inside the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown to learn a little more about those pieces that don’t wind up in the hands of collectors.
It was Hank Aaron’s 755th career home run, the last he’d ever hit. The ball was snared by a Milwaukee Brewers’ grounds crew member who later sold it. The man who now owns it says it’s final home will likely be in Cooperstown.