Panini has Jeremy Lin Knicks cards ready for the launch of its first 2012 basketball card product.
January 6, 2012 By
A 35-year-old Angels fan is now a prolific sports artist. Meet Kyle Morrissey.November 1, 2011 By
In 1981, Bill Christian sent his 1960 Olympic hockey jersey–and the one his son Dave wore in the 1980 games–to the Hockey Hall of Fame. He thought it was a loan. The Hall says it was a donation.August 12, 2011 By
The Topps PRIME 9 subject redeemable for week 4 (Redemption card # 4) is the newest member of the 3,000 hit club… Derek Jeter. On a weekly basis, there will be a designated “Prime 9 Player of the Week”. Collectors holding the corresponding Prime 9 Redemption card for that week can bring the card to […]June 16, 2011 By
He’ll have to wait until July to continue the chase, but if Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit winds up in the stands, the sky’s the limit.January 4, 2011 By
A suburban Chicago family is minus a nice collection of Ted Williams memorabilia. But the car runs like a top.November 18, 2010 By
He didn’t get to wear it in the game after being diagnosed with leukemia, but Ernie Davis’ 1962 College All-Stars jersey is being cut into pieces.November 4, 2010 By
PSA is teaming up with auction companies and dealers to match available graded cards with holes in collectors’ Registry sets.October 27, 2010 By
A late collector’s estate produced a low-grade, but authentic Honus Wagner card that has been in the care of the Sisters of Notre Dame.July 2, 2010 By
CMG, the Indianapolis-based marketing powerhouse, has entered into a licensing partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and a number of Baseball Hall of Famers. CMG will pursue opportunities to license the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Marks and the participating member marks in the Hall of Fame Member Licensing Program. […]June 8, 2010 By
From the lockerroom to the auction block, the Lakers and Celtics jerseys are drawing bids.October 7, 2009 By
Brett Favre’s 40th birthday party includes some fresh autographs on a forthcoming football card issue.July 26, 2006 By
It was Hank Aaron’s 755th career home run, the last he’d ever hit. The ball was snared by a Milwaukee Brewers’ grounds crew member who later sold it. The man who now owns it says it’s final home will likely be in Cooperstown.July 12, 2006 By
A silver medal from the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney has been sold on eBay. It comes, apparently from a member of Team USA’s baseball contingent.