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Rosenblatt Stadium was sold piece by piece last weekend. Now, a deal has been reached to sell the ballpark’s seats.
A large portion of Curt Schilling’s personal collection and a bat Babe Ruth used to hit a legendary home run highlight the annual MLB All-Star FanFest Auction in Phoenix next month.
He’ll have to wait until July to continue the chase, but if Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit winds up in the stands, the sky’s the limit.
Long-time autograph dealer Jim Stinson goes to the opposite end of the country to do some private buying.
Appeals continue, so the state of Pennsylvania won’t be selling off what it seized from Roger Hooper.
Martin Jacobs went from Candlestick Park vendor to the sole distributor of a red hot Willie Mays poster back in the 1960s. It’s an experience he’ll never forget…and you might be surprised at what it’s bringing these days.
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 Massachusetts district attorney says the case involving some stolen game-used Red Sox memorabilia involved a tale of sick kids that even convinced an auction house.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame and he’s technically not the home run king of anything anymore. But the interest in Roger Maris cards remains strong.
Deadly tornados took lives and property in the south last week. Now, sports card artist Tim Carroll is selling one of his iconic pieces to help those who are lending a helping hand.
The Baseball Hall of Fame will salute the game’s records and the stories behind them in ‘One for the Books’, a new exhibit that features some big-time baseball memorabilia.
Wanna buy 11 dozen Ty Cobb signed checks? A unique piece of the Georgia Peach’s record-keeping skills is on stage during an ABC-TV show next weekend.
A break-in at the home of Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick results in an APB for a big piece of bling.
Hockey fanatic Kevin Gassien’s collection takes up not one, but two rooms…and was impressive enough to win a contest.
The tour that brought the “Bustin’ Babes” and “Larrupin’ Lous” across America in the wake of the historic ’27 season has produced one long-forgotten home movie clip. So what’s it worth?