Mike Acosta isn’t old enough to remember when they were called the Houston Colt .45s, but he knows plenty about that era of Houston baseball history. The Astros’ Authentication Manager wears a lot of hats in his job. He handles everything from making sure the team’s bobblehead giveaways look like the players they’re supposed to […]
Rich Klein goes back to the 1980s where a New Jersey sports card shop was always buzzing.
There’s an ‘error card’ inside 2011 Topps Chrome.
Johnny Podres is no longer around, but his hometown–and one collector in particular–have plenty to remember him by.
Skipping it is out of the question, but going to the National Sports Collectors Convention is a big undertaking.
Randy Fauth keeps Sports Dugout rolling along in one of America’s best baseball towns.
Some serious talk about the missing Stanley Cup-winning puck in Chicago, including some bits of knowledge on all things memorabilia from the agency investigating the hobby.
Someone messing with your perfect (or near perfect) eBay score?
Some items from the career of Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Nitschke enter the hobby after his son thins a large collection.
We’re hoping this doesn’t turn into somebody’s race track partymobile. Would you believe the Dale Earnhardt hearse?
Thieves broke into a Montana shop and stole several items worth thousands of dollars–but left behind some important items.
Sell baseball cards? You must be kidding.
It may not be up there with a Babe Ruth home run ball or even Bill Mazeroski’s 1960 Series game-winner, but the whereabouts of the ball that put Philadelphia baseball back on the map are a big mystery.
Two Georgia women have owned and operated a store for 20 years.
The contents of what might have once been a rookie pitcher’s equipment bag sold for over $30,000 Tuesday night.
Tulsa police were impressed with some of the sports memorabilia stolen by a busy thief.
The 2010 Bowman Chrome Superfractor card of Stephen Strasburg is now getting national media attention.
Join NBA on TNT reporter Craig Sager as he takes a look inside the phenomenal collection of Lakers memorabilia owned by David Kohler.
Clyde Doepner probably has the world’s largest collection of Minnesota Twins’ memorabilia. Now, he’s got a job with the team.