Like the subjects in the packs, In The Game Enforcers is heavy on hits.
Steve Hart loses his dirty clothes and IRS paperwork to thieves, who leave behind far more valuable cargo.
Looking to collect every memorabilia card ever made? You’ll need a mighty big checklist. But recent developments make one wonder about the origin of some.
Guilty pleas in a case of faked game jerseys caught the attention of NFL teams and the Chicago Tribune, which delves into the industry.
Always nice to see the mainstream media give a little space to the hobby, especially when it’s at the grass roots level.
Antiques Roadshow takes a look at a 1909 Detroit Tigers team picture.
Two men convinced they’ve got a version of the T206 Honus Wagner card have finally found someone to encase it in plastic and put an ‘authentic’ label on it.
A collection of…unusual…stories from the wide world of sports memorabilia.
Topps released its top 60 baseball cards of all-time this week. Bowman’s short run in the card universe deserves a little love, too.
Build an impressive mini hoops museum for a minimal investment.
It may not be up there with a Babe Ruth home run ball or even Bill Mazeroski’s 1960 Series game-winner, but the whereabouts of the ball that put Philadelphia baseball back on the map are a big mystery.
Pulled from eBay, Stephen Strasburg’s most expensive rookie card is now on its way to an auction catalog.
A Denver Post story paints a rosy picture for the baseball card market–even if it is pushed by lottery ticket type cards.
A TV station examines the sports card industry with a local shop.
The National Sports Collectors Convention is still newsworthy in the mainstream media. Here’s what they were writing about.