Impatience is often at the heart of poor decisions when it comes to selling cards. But too much patience isn’t good either.
Topps and Mark McGwire have gotten together on a deal that will put the controversial slugger’s autograph in the baseball card maker’s products in 2014.
Sports card and autograph dealers discuss the impact of the PED scandal on business.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame and he’s technically not the home run king of anything anymore. But the interest in Roger Maris cards remains strong.
Our box buster takes a look at the latest baseball offering from Topps.
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
#42 Jerseys signed by each Major League team on Jackie Robinson Day are up for bid.
The number of Tiger Woods signed items in the marketplace–and in collections–is going up.
A former teammate remembers Mark McGwire as generous with his game-used gear and making sure teammates and opponents were kept happy as he pursued the home run record.
The best thing to come out of Mark McGwire’s controversial chase of Roger Maris 11 seasons ago? A guy who turned one of those historic baseballs into a career as a doctor.
The latest Babe Ruth rookie card to hit the market is drawing bidders not shy about chasing one of the hobby’s icons.