He’ll be at this year’s Super Bowl…and the Final Four…and the All-Star Game. John Roche goes with nothing and comes back with a bin load of stuff.
Find out what happens when two potentially valuable home run balls sail to two completely different places.
Being an incredibly generous fan may not mean Christian Lopez escapes some financial responsibilities.
After battling a health issue, Brooks Robinson was his old self at a big Baltimore sports card show.
More hobby tidbits to snack on including a historic baseball document, Carmelo and some card company talk.
Once they were probably considered little more than stinky old jerseys and trinkets. Not anymore.
The St. Louis Cardinals bring past,present and future players to town to sign–and raise money for charity.
An Indy football fan thought he’d caught a souvenir when Brandon Jacobs angrily fired his helmet into the crowd Monday night.
The Edmonton Oilers cleaned out their closets and fans walked away with the goods.
After 64 years in storage, it was time to put that signed Yankee ball up for bid. Update: Ball Sold for $9,000.
A business break has one vintage card dealer smiling.
Old and cheap is good.
The Minnesota Twins seem to have the right idea when it comes to their annual winter fan fest, one that shows collectors and dealers some love.
The best thing to come out of Mark McGwire’s controversial chase of Roger Maris 11 seasons ago? A guy who turned one of those historic baseballs into a career as a doctor.
More than two years after it reached the hands of a young fan, the ball Alex Rodriguez sent into the stands of old Yankee Stadium for his biggest milestone homer is set to be sold.
Albert Pujols will make another appearance at the Cardinals annual Winter Warm-Up, but you’ll need a combination of timing and luck to get one. Other players? Not quite as tough.
If you remember the American Football League–or wish you did–there’s a new book out that will warm the fan in you–and the collector.