The David Freese home run ball landed on a grassy knoll, but there’s no conspiracy theory. The man who chased it down was already planning for it. Lucky for the Cardinals, he’s not the kind to cash in.
A look inside the massive stash of autographed baseballs owned by Dennis Schrader, stored inside a room best described as a bunker.
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.
A newly-formed group will launch sports memorabilia auctions while working with athletes and their charities.
This edition of the Editor’s Blog has a big sale to report, a report on fake unopened packs, a look at a cool old box and more.
A rare century-old Ty Cobb Tobacco container is for sale on eBay, with collectors of vintage baseball memorabilia lining up to bid.
Still in the family of the original owner after 97 years, one of the hobby’s holy grails is treated with respect at the Babe Ruth Museum.
You won’t find a Roger Maris plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame. He’s never been inducted. But you’ll find a special exhibit on the 50th anniversary of his record-breaking year. Finding Maris memorabilia at Cooperstown shops isn’t quite as easy.
A burglar swipes expensive cards, Panini brings back a popular promotion and spurned as a youngster, Tom Brady finally gets his autograph.
The family of an Atlanta teen is crying foul over a home run ball hit by Chipper Jones and the sly way they believe the team got away with a one-sided trade.
It was not a Norman Rockwell-like scene in Ocean Pines, Md., where a teen hoodlum swiped his grandfather’s memorabilia.
Detectives search the home of a 39-year-old ex-con, convinced he’s been selling baseballs with fake autographs from Babe Ruth and Roger Maris…and maybe more.
The arrival of cable TV turned a lot of people into Atlanta Braves fans. One blogger remembers the revolution–and the part that baseball cards played in developing his affection for a new powerhouse.
A sports memorabilia collector gets shot in the rear by a robber, guns drawn at a Colorado shop, Killer Kowalski’s memorabilia on the block…and a nice story about Ernie Johnson Sr. and Jr.
Leighton Sheldon and Scott Greenwald used their college eduction to turn a childhood passion into a thriving business.
The case against a dealer accused of selling fake jerseys is being handled by the Complex Frauds Unit of the United States Attorney’s Office.
A few more observations and information from the last day of the 32nd National.
A new classified ad website debuts, Moe Drabowsky’s memorabilia is consigned to auction and the latest on the family feud over a huge collection of valuable autographed baseballs.
One milestone down; one more to go.
For your most elite autographs…a $150 baseball.