Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and John Havlicek are two of the guests at the 44th Chicago Sun-Times Show in Chicago.
Rich Klein is tearing into packs of more wood-grained bordered ’62 Topps look-a-likes in the new Heritage Minor League cards.
Wanna buy a pair of goggles?
Topps’ latest retro salute involves some baseball card archaeology.
Panini offers a ride in the way back machine for one of its basketball card sets. What, no Don Mattingly rookie?
Topps will kick off its 60th anniversary autograph promotion a little early–by adding teenager Bryce Harper to its upcoming Bowman Sterling release.
Topps 2010 football is a lot like its baseball effort…but that’s not a bad thing.
What’s inside the latest Panini hoops product?
The NBA All-Star Jam Session gets underway this week in Dallas with free autographs on the docket if you’re willing to stand in line.
The Cardinals’ annual Winter Warm-Up is this weekend, with dozens of autograph guests, but don’t count on slipping into the Albert Pujols line.
How hot are the New Orleans Saints? Fans in another gulf coast town had a shopping mall manager bearing bad news before an autograph session even started.
Yankees’ first baseman Mark Teixeira has signed an autograph and memorabilia agreement with Steiner Sports.
Game-used baseballs are a hot collectible, but fans sometimes have to fight players for them. Heck, sometimes players have to fight other players. Colorado Rockies’ closer Huston Street keeps every baseball he gets when he’s credited with a save. He has at least 132 of them, each marked with the date and the opponent. […]
Well, it sounded like a good idea.
More shocking tales from the Upper Deck Exquisite line.