The T206 Eddie Plank plays Lou Gehrig to its more Ruthian-like brother, Honus Wagner, but serious collectors know how scarce it is.
So what really happened to the faux game jerseys federal agents say were sold to at least one card company? We’ve also got a quick note about two Thanksgiving weekend shows and some special deals you might want to check out.
A Cadillac Escalade pulled up to the home of Miami-based sports and entertainment agent David Sugarman Wednesday. It wasn’t there for a party.
Two owners of Pete Rose bats decided to see if they, too, owned controversial little pieces of baseball history.
Bill Schubert’s Pete Rose game-used bat isn’t going to be sold right now, but it’s now worth a lot more money.