A newspaper photo at auction, showing one of Hank Aaron’s 3,771 career hits in the midst of a heated National League pennant race, is the Photo of the Day.
One of the more popular and elusive food issues of the decade was the 1958 Hire’s Root Beer set–and it’s even tougher “test” brother.
As Executive Director of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Anne Jewell has one of the dream jobs in all of baseball.
An honor for the late Sy Berger this weekend. The info, plus the story of a couple of historic baseball pieces, Max Scherzer’s charity autograph program and more.
While the rest of America celebrated the Bicentennial, collectors tried to make sense of a pink Hank Aaron card, Oscar’s earmuffs, and a bubble the size of a watermelon.
Where can you find vintage cards of Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, and Willie Mays that just about every collector can afford? Right here on our list of the top 5 multi-player cards of the 1950s.
Some were dirty, others nibbled on by rodents and bugs but there were plenty of surviving stars in a 1950s sports card collection found in New Jersey.
The auction also features a Willie Mays game jacket, Cy Young handwritten letter, Hank Aaron glove and a car you’ve got to see to believe.
From a 45 RPM record to a giant photo signed by the pitcher who gave it up, items associated with Hank Aaron’s big homer remain popular.
The Atlanta Braves will wear a Hank Aaron 715th home run anniversary patch this season. 25th anniversary patches are still being sold online.
A troubled iconic American brand has bid farewell, but long-time collectors remember when Hostess baseball card sets created a rush on snack cakes.
One of the best Hank Aaron uniforms in existence, old Gordie Howe and Casey Stengel jerseys and Mike Tyson’s first title trunks paced a weekend auction.
The number one card on Topps’ list of its 60 best baseball cards is no surprise, but the debate about who got left out and ranked where can now begin.
One of the best baseball memorabilia collections this side of Cooperstown is located in Cincinnati.
Our writer takes in the “Ultimate Set” collection of rare, vintage baseball cards now on display at the Hall of Fame.
Hank Aaron has taken on Lincoln-like status in his hometown.
They were in a box of hand-me-downs but the young boy who got them in the 1960s felt they should go back to the original owner who’d been serving in Vietnam.
A very good condition T206 Wagner is leaving one private collector for another at a price that establishes another new benchmark.