Eddie Cicotte was known for his control so Morris Rath had to wonder what was up when he was hit by the White Sox star pitcher while leading off the 1919 World Series.
A never-before-seen photo of Joe Jackson had sat in a Cleveland newspaper archive for decades. Now it’s starring in a new auction.
A lower grade example of Shoeless Joe’s first card brought more than $71,000 but the lone mint PSA graded Standard Caramel Ty Cobb went even higher.
Hidden in a photo archive for decades, our Photo of the Day features Shoeless Joe Jackson in his final year with Cleveland.
One of only two surviving bats dating from Joe Jackson’s pre-banishment playing days headlined the February Premier for Hunt Auctions.
Three large scrapbooks compiled by Joe Jackson, one containing an eye-opening note pre-dating the Black Sox scandal, join a rare Honus Wagner card at Lelands.
An intense “Shoeless” Joe Jackson heads for home in a new to the hobby photograph now up for auction.
A rare complete set of 1916 Sporting News baseball cards has been discovered and is expected to bring big bucks when Goldin Auctions offers it next month.
A fresh-to-the-hobby photo of Joe Jackson playing baseball under an assumed name in 1922 is being offered at auction.
Thirteen years ago, Upper Deck put Joe Jackson bat slivers on an insert set in 2001 SP Legendary Cuts and MLB wasn’t happy.
A 1912 Joe Jackson image taken in Cleveland and attributed to Louis Van Oeyen for use in a local newspaper is our Photo of the Day.
Not expecting a T206 Wagner in your stocking? Check out some reasonable alternatives to some of the hobby’s most valuable and/or sought after baseball cards.
Digging into the eBay sports card listings reveals some truth, some mystery, some head scratchers, a cautionary tale and a pack that always mesmerizes.
Hundreds of rare and high grade vintage sports card and pieces of memorabilia were offered in Memory Lane Inc.’s latest I Own it Now catalog with the holy grail of Walter Johnson cards heading up the sales.
Remember our story last month about the M101-6 Felix Mendelsohn set and the elusive Joe Jackson card? The only known example is about to come up for bid.
Looking for antique vintage cards with some serious star power and a fighting chance to complete a set? Say hello and Happy Birthday to 1913 Fatima Team cards.
A couple who lucked into a nearly complete set of 1979 Cracker Jack baseball cards at a farm auction in 1979 are about to cash in.
For the first time since a popular product from 2001, Upper Deck will include Shoeless Joe Jackson bat cards in its packs.
A pair of 1916 Babe Ruth rookie cards, a 1933 Yankees team-signed bat and hundreds of high grade, vintage sports cards will be among more than 1,300 items in Memory Lane Inc’s. next catalog auction, opened in time for showcasing at this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention in Baltimore.
Imperial Sports’ upcoming auction will include several signed items from baseball’s earliest stars.