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.
The latest round of layoffs includes public relations manager Terry Melia.
Apparently, selling Derek Jeter baseballs with a special 3,000 hit inscription can be VERY confusing to an uneducated public.
One milestone down; one more to go.
For your most elite autographs…a $150 baseball.
The Mother’s Day pink bats, gloves, cleats and other gear is up for bid as Major League Baseball’s annual breast cancer fundraiser gets underway.
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.
Some quick hits–and a video–to close out the week.
Upper Deck’s latest effort? Soccer cards with autographs and game jersey swatches.
Special World Series jerseys are now part of the mix as 2010 NL Rookie of the Year Buster Posey conducts another signing session for LC Galleries.
Game used collectors will have a new baseball to chase next season.
Big league games are now virtual authentication factories, with each item used between the lines treated as a commodity.
Members of Team USA have pre-rookie cards in several Topps products.
This one’s autographed.
Autograph collectors heaven is located inside the NL and AL clubhouses while players await the game.
Stung by license losses, Upper Deck is refocusing under the direction of new leadership.
Topps pushes its Rookie Redemption programs forward.
Major League Baseball teams have gotten downright generous with the one, cheap game-used goodie they can just hand over.