Rich Klein spends time at a hotbed of young baseball talent while a talented young singer in his own family provides the National Anthem.
One of Topps’ last products of 2011 will focus on signed rookie and prospect cards.
Are those investing in autographs of players who reach milestones reaching too high?
The latest Upper Deck hockey release yields three autograph cards in every box.
Topps’ Diamond Dig helps kick off the 2011 baseball card season as some committed couples hope to walk away from a pit full of rubber balls and bats with a $10,000 engagement ring.
How one hobby business keeps growing despite uncertainties in the industry.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is getting ready to show off more of its collection of artifacts.
Thanks to a generous benefactor, one of the few surviving 1914 Babe Ruth cards will apparently not be heading for the auction block.
The season is over, but Upper Deck SP Authentic aims to keep hockey collectors satisfied.
The Minnesota Twins turned Clyde the Collector into Clyde the Curator and the team’s new ballpark is long on Twins history…and historic memorabilia.
People with tons of money fighting over a sports card company? Only in America. Brog vs. Shorin could determine the future of Topps.