Yankees Loss Cost Steiner

No Yankees or Red Sox in baseball’s final four means a loss of revenue for memorabilia agent Steiner Sports.

Editor’s Blog: Panini/Donruss Back in the Game

Panini America continues to make its mark across the sports landscape, but can they compete without an MLB license?

Do Gold Baseballs Mean End of Recession?

Charlie Finley would love it. Rawlings has partnered with a company to produce some pricey new official baseballs. For your really, really good autographs?

High-End Sports Memorabilia Holds Up Its End

There appear to be plenty of buyers for big ticket items, but is it wise to buy the Babe instead of being bullish on the market?

New Card, Collectible Show in Southern California

One local promoter is hoping to feed the appetite for show-starved southern Californians with a bi-monthly event that features a little of everything.

Baseball Cards Investment Beating Stocks

High quality collectibles have been kicking your stock portfolio’s backside.

Autographed Sports Memorabilia: Worth the Investment?

By Kelly Johns I saw an article the other day claiming that sports memorabilia is one of the top 10 biggest wastes of money. Chris Pummer, who wrote the article claims that, “This market for the celebrity struck may be the greatest separator of fools and their money ever.” He lists premium coffee to go […]