Why was a baseball card collection supposedly worth ten grand left behind in a home while the owner moved out?
Want a real Dallas Mavericks championship ring? The team is raffling off one of the $40,000 beauties for charity…but there is a catch.
A three decade collection of baseball memorabilia sitting in an old home that served as a St. Louis dental office is destroyed by fire.
Jim Thome presides over his annual benefit auction and dinner this weekend.
Rich Klein is stepping back into the wayback machine, recalling some of the first autograph guests, when even the biggest stars were dirt cheap.
Topps aims to help retailers make money while Leaf is creating a special giveaway for attendees.
Looking to collect every memorabilia card ever made? You’ll need a mighty big checklist. But recent developments make one wonder about the origin of some.
New and old baseball memorabilia highlight Leland’s final auction of 2011.
A 52-year-old Washington Senators jersey donned by Harmon Killebrew is on the auction block.
The Travis County, Texas Sheriff says a woman hired to clean up at a house in Texas swiped a nice collection of autographed baseballs.
Some history-making game-used items are now in a 2011 World Series exhibit at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The jersey Chris Chambliss was wearing when he propelled the Yankees to their 1970s glory is among the items up for bid on a new auction platform.
They’re supposedly authenticated by Barry Bonds. But are they real home run jerseys? Bonds says no…and now an auction house is lining up in agreement.
TV viewers in Philadelphia got a good look at some of the rare baseball memorabilia in this Saturday’s Louisville Slugger Auction.
One of Lou Gehrig’s last bats is off to a strong start at auction while modern day Yankee memorabilia goes on the block and Jerry Sandusky’s ring goes up on eBay…briefly.
The Lou Gehrig game used bat in SCP Auctions’ current sale has quite a tale to tell.
It might be time for fans to start thinking with their head and not their heart. Albert Pujols’ historic third home run ball in last week’s World Series game was worth a lot more to the Ranger fan who caught it than the satisfaction of throwing back an enemy bomb.
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.