From Aparicio to Zimmer, they come to add their signature to whatever fans bring to the table.
A wild and wacky start to what’s already been an active, eventful affair.
You never know who’s browsing eBay.
A former auction company executive will share her observations with fans via some rare and unique pieces of baseball history.
The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Pinstripe Pictures captures 100 years of Yankees history through AP photographs
Some changes at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The single-signed ball is still the bomb for most collectors.
Five mint condition, long-retired Hall of Fame studs you can buy for the price of a game ticket.
You won’t find him sorting stacks of commons, but you will find him on the hunt for some of the best baseball cards in existence.
Hank Aaron has taken on Lincoln-like status in his hometown.
A virtually untouched game ball from the 1965 NFL champion Green Bay Packers–signed by at least three dozen players–was donated to the team’s Hall of Fame to avoid a potential family tussle.
A little activity synopsis and ‘state of the hobby report’ for a weekend gathering in Newark, DE.
It wasn’t a splash. More like a ripple. When Fleer announced plans to produce a nationally distributed basketball card set in 1986, it didn’t create massive shock waves in the hobby. Basketball was alive thanks to Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and, of course, Jordan. But its cards were still playing third fiddle to baseball and […]
It’s a vintage set full of superstars, Hall of Famers and short prints–but 60 years after they came out of wax packs, the 1949 Leaf baseball cards are still a little confusing.
The latest trend of marrying sports museums and events to memorabilia auctions continues.
Pro football Hall of Fame architect tells how Canton scored the coup
As Bruce Sutter picks up his plaque, we go inside the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown to learn a little more about those pieces that don’t wind up in the hands of collectors.
Tucked in the deep recesses of the hobby are some strange cards that somehow made their way to print.
The Postal Service releases a collection of 39-cent baseball stamps. Please don’t ask the clerk for a "quantity discount".