A new agreement gives Panini America rights to produce trading cards featuring Shoeless Joe Jackson, Jackie Robinson, Ty Cobb, Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Walter Johnson, Thurman Munson and other legendary players.
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?
Donruss Rated Rookies live on through the second edition of a boxed set of football rookie cards.
The champ’s trunks from perhaps the greatest fight of all-time, autographed and inscribed, are on the market for the first time in nine years.
Joltin’ Joe will headline a group of four players who will adorn Forever postage.
A big renovation is underway at one of the world’s most famous arenas…but if you want a momento, you’ll have to pay.
A Florida woman didn’t think that old baseball with the Babe’s signature was worth taking to a local appraisal fair.
Mike Lowell doesn’t have to buy anyone else’s baseball memorabilia. He’s got plenty of his own.
Bobby Thomson’s grace showed through at the card shows at which he was a guest.
The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Pinstripe Pictures captures 100 years of Yankees history through AP photographs
Baseball history lovers–and memorabilia collectors– will dig a new book chronicling the history of the Phillies.
Author Dave Jamieson answers questions about his new book on the history of baseball cards–and those who had the biggest impact.
A business break has one vintage card dealer smiling.
Upper Deck’s hybrid autograph memorabilia card product is on the market.
A former teammate remembers Mark McGwire as generous with his game-used gear and making sure teammates and opponents were kept happy as he pursued the home run record.
Tim Tebow’s autograph will cost more than most Hall of Famers when he wields the Sharpie for a special session.
It’s been bought and almost sold again in the last three years. Now, if we only knew which collector owns how much of an important piece of Red Sox history.
They’re the ultimate get for collectors of game-used memorabilia…and the history of World Series bats goes back a long way in Louisville.