Three Guilty Pleas in Jersey Fraud Cases

Three sports memorabilia dealers pleaded guilty in federal court to selling jerseys that weren’t what they were represented to be…but it’s clear the investigation into the industry isn’t over.

FBI Agent: Large Numbers of Jerseys or Jersey Pieces in Evidence

The FBI says it has seized thousands of replica jerseys or pieces of jerseys during its investigation of six sports memorabilia dealers recently charged with fraud.

FBI: Six Memorabilia Dealers Charged With Fraud Involving “Hundreds of Thousands” of Dollars

Six sports memorabilia dealers are accused in similar but separate fraud schemes involving jerseys FBI agents say weren’t game worn.

Stan the Man Makes Dad’s Day

When you return something to Stan the Man Inc., you might just get to meet the Man himself.

An NFL Team and its Fan Mail

Think you get a lot of mail around this time of year? Try being the carrier who drops off the Baltimore Ravens’ correspondence every day.

Bobby Thomson Remembered

Bobby Thomson’s grace showed through at the card shows at which he was a guest.

Ex-Postal Employee Sentenced for Mail Theft

Helping himself to sports cards intended for others was just part of the problem.

Delayed Response: Autograph Request 15 Years Late

A kid from New York spent part of his youth sending letters to ballplayers asking them to sign his baseball cards. He’s now 27…and just gone one back in the mail.

Using Social Media to Build Your Hobby Business

Building your business, finding collections or locating new revenue sources ain’t what it used to be.

Letters to Stan the Man: Secretary Kept Fans Happy

Pat Anthony helps Stan Musial with his fan mail…just as she’s done for over 45 years.

Oldest Ballplayers Still Sharp, Signing

The oldest Dodger and oldest Cardinal will talk baseball anytime…when they’re not answering fan mail.

Delay of Game: Post Office, 10-Yard Penalty

Are the post office’s money troubles causing them to give you the hard sell when you tote your bubble mailers to the window?