It might be time for fans to start thinking with their head and not their heart. Albert Pujols’ historic third home run ball in last week’s World Series game was worth a lot more to the Ranger fan who caught it than the satisfaction of throwing back an enemy bomb.
His hobby was the Hawkeyes…and Howard Venden has a huge collection to prove it. Now, it’s all being sold.
Around the horn we go on the NFL’s opening night, with some Topps news, some love for Wheaties, a website note…and a link to one of the best sports columns you’ll read this year.
John Makowiec is doing big things with his extra sports cards. He’s hoping others will join him in the effort.
From the earliest days of Brooklyn baseball until the sad farewell, Steve Ross’ collection includes dozens of high grade baseball cards, autographs and even a couple of Ebbets Field seats.
It’s a good time to be a dealer of sports cards and memorabilia in Philadelphia.
The Seattle Mariners are selling game-used items from opening night to raise money for disaster relief in Japan.
The tour that brought the “Bustin’ Babes” and “Larrupin’ Lous” across America in the wake of the historic ’27 season has produced one long-forgotten home movie clip. So what’s it worth?
Dodgers’ great Duke Snider passed away Sunday. Generous and warm to his fans, especially after his playing days, many were shocked when he got into trouble over autograph signings 16 years ago.
Bidding heats up for an item that had folks saying “say it ain’t so, Sammy”.
Worn for only one night, the jerseys worn in the 20,000th game in the franchise’s history will be sold–at least some for charity.
One spectacular game in the books and Stephen Strasburg is being marketed as if Sandy Koufax found the fountain of youth.
#42 Jerseys signed by each Major League team on Jackie Robinson Day are up for bid.
After a long stay at the Metrodome, the Minnesota Twins will move into a new ballpark next moth when Target Field opens. Along with the new stadium, comes a new team store. The Twins Majestic Clubhouse Store opens this week by Gate 29 and the club promises to include a selection of game-worn and game-used […]
Who wound up with the most famous hockey stick in Canada?
A Canadian company thought it had a deal to sell a special piece of signed memorabilia but it all unraveled and lawyers are now involved.
Some of the relic cards in 2009 Topps Tribute aren’t marked. Confused collectors spoke out and now Topps is offering to replace them with unopened packs.
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.
Grab a piece of baseball’s past with a visit to a new website that’s all about some of the most well-known old ballparks of all-time.
Press credentials once belonging to a well-known writer who covered the most famous World Series of all are on the auction block this weekend.