Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s lawsuit against Upper Deck is moving forward as the two sides clash over cards in the 2010 Greats of the Game set.
Think he’s just faded into your box of retired star cards you can’t move? Think again.
For 500 bucks, you can have an autographed copy of the document that’s kept Pete Rose out of baseball for more than 20 years.
The first game-used relic Michael Jordan basketball card, one of 23 signed by the Hall of Famer, sold on eBay.
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.
Some history-making game-used items are now in a 2011 World Series exhibit at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Couldn’t make it to Toronto over the weekend? Here are some photos from the Sports Card Expo.
You might want to think about a trip to the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City. It’s home to history–and some cool memorabilia.
His teammates ripped it off his back but the Hall of Fame wanted it anyway. David Freese’s jersey will join his Game 6 bat and other items in Cooperstown.
Julius Erving says he cringed at stories tying the current auction of memorabilia from his playing days to a lawsuit he’s facing.
Six sports memorabilia dealers are accused in similar but separate fraud schemes involving jerseys FBI agents say weren’t game worn.
A collection of letters from the likes of Cobb, Mathewson, Johnson, Lajoie, Collins, McGraw and others about an ill-fated attempt to put together a post-season All-Star Game tour is about to enter the hobby.
In the Game’s latest hockey card product, “Canada vs The World” packs a big game punch.
The Buffalo Sabres dig into a pile of game worn uniforms and stadium memorabilia for a special fundraising auction that starts tonight.
It’s out with the old and in with the new at one of college football’s most iconic venues. The University of Washington’s Husky Stadium will soon surrender itself to renovators and memorabilia collectors.
Fans will get a chance to handle a game-used Derek Jeter bat while taking a gander at a new statue of the Yankee great.
Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson will watch the World Series and dine with the winning bidder of an auction, while a game-used ball from the infamous 1986 Series also goes on the block.
ESPN’s Buster Olney and his brother are heading up a special auction to aid farmers in their native Vermont.
A man from Nova Scotia says his research leads him to believe that the hockey stick he owns could be olest known. Is it worth more than $1 million?
Panini has released a special 64-card set of football cards carrying the Gridiron Gear design, but with a breast cancer awareness twist.