“The demand for his autograph literally went from zero to astronomical,” says the man in charge of Major League Alumni Marketing. The group of current and former players share in memorabilia and autograph revenue.
Major League Baseball Properties says Upper Deck hasn’t finished paying a $3 million debt.
A link to a look at NBA All-Star programs, which offer two things collectors like: potential for growth, worldwide appeal and an element of scarcity.
There’s no physical location yet, but the St. Louis Cardinals Museum is online with a brand new website full of memorabilia.
Topps Gold Ticket Redemptions will be scarce, but they’ll be good for a triple signed baseball from three big names.
Topps aims to help retailers make money while Leaf is creating a special giveaway for attendees.
A 52-year-old Washington Senators jersey donned by Harmon Killebrew is on the auction block.
From scorecards to local and historic flavor to a slick package of feature stories and mountains of ads, World Series programs have quite a history.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
The latest round of layoffs includes public relations manager Terry Melia.
Derek Jeter’s quest to become the first Yankee with 3,000 hits is almost done…but the selling has just begun.
Some serious talk about the missing Stanley Cup-winning puck in Chicago, including some bits of knowledge on all things memorabilia from the agency investigating the hobby.
A collection of game-worn and signed Mets memorabilia, dating back to the 1986 World Series championship team, has been seized during an investigation of former clubhouse manager Charlie Samuels according to the New York Daily News.
Our box buster gets to work on the first baseball product of the new season.
Big league games are now virtual authentication factories, with each item used between the lines treated as a commodity.
Purchased for $50 at a Minnesota card show years ago, it gained fame on Antiques Roadshow. Now it’s out of a museum and into an upcoming auction.
Members of Team USA have pre-rookie cards in several Topps products.
The T206 proof strip featuring Honus Wagner and other goodies from the All-Star FanFest Auction is on a media tour and WPIX TV offers a little show and tell.
The contents of what might have once been a rookie pitcher’s equipment bag sold for over $30,000 Tuesday night.