A photo depicting three well-known future Negro Leaguers proved to be a major drawing card at auction.
Topps will issue just one series of its Pro Debut minor league set this year.
Game used collectors will have a new baseball to chase next season.
One of baseball’s most collector-oriented fan fests returns this weekend with Cardinals’ Winter Warm Up 2011.
Tom Fenton, an amateur goalie called into brief service for the Phoenix Coyotes last month, is getting his own hockey card.
In The Game will continue its celebration of 100 years of hockey card collecting with the January release of its traditional Heroes and Prospects set.
Big league games are now virtual authentication factories, with each item used between the lines treated as a commodity.
The auction of Kirk Gibson’s 1988 MVP and World Series gear means good things for his foundation.
He’s doing everything right, doing it in the NBA’s newest market and keeping modern basketball cards on the radar.
The corked bat used by Sammy Sosa in a game will join several other famous–and infamous–Chicago sports artifacts.
What’s being tagged in this year’s World Series? A better question…what isn’t?
Rick Moore’s long-ago tryout with the Yankees turned out OK after all.
An estate sale in Minnesota featured a decades-old baseball autographed by Babe Ruth. That part is true. The rest of the story…maybe not.
A 95-year-old trinket connects Woodrow Wilson and the Federal League
Sticker autograph haters have one more reason to bray after an embarrassing swap in 2010 Donruss Elite Extra Edition has put Magic Johnson’s signature on a baseball draftee’s card.
Roy Halladay’s playoff no-hitter made history and there is no shortage of sellers willing to cash in.
Three collectors profiled in a newspaper feature say they love the history behind their items.
It doesn’t have to come out of a wax pack to be put in a PSA holder.
He’s transformed his image and now Ron Artest is hoping to transform some kids’ lives.
Members of Team USA have pre-rookie cards in several Topps products.