An original 1927 news photo of a very young Mel Ott helps lead off RMY Auctions’ July event.
Two of the game’s most feared sluggers would meet in the 1936 World Series with this RMY Auctions image capturing Lou Gehrig and Mel Ott before Game 1.
Do baseball players play cards anymore? Years ago they did—a lot. Our Vintage Photo of the Day from RMY Auctions is this wire service photo from 1934 showing several members of the New York Giants in the middle of a game of poker. Carl Hubbell and Mel Ott, two Hall of Famers, are pictured along […]
The World War II era New York Giants signed a bat that’s been well preserved. It’s the only autographed Mel Ott bat PSA authenticator John Taube has ever seen.
JT Sports is now offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the recovery of an expensive Mel Ott bat stolen at this year’s National.
A collector who lost a recently purchased 1930s game bat once in the hands of one of baseball’s most feared sluggers is hoping someone might know who took it or where it is.
Start with die cuts, add in color tint variations and a large quantity of big names and the 1934-36 Batter Up issue from National Chicle is definitely unique. Might they be a little underpriced too?
Box buster Rich Klein is off the DL and making up for lost time. How did he do with his box of the popular Topps throwback, Gypsy Queen?
Imperial Sports’ upcoming auction will include several signed items from baseball’s earliest stars.
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.
Vintage baseball photos continue to gain momentum as evidenced by Hunt Auctions’ last sale.