At halftime of the final game of his finest pro season, Pete Maravich took off his New Orleans Jazz warmup jacket and a fan won it in a drawing. Now it’s about to fetch thousands at auction. It’s not, however, the only item that comes with a story.
Some New York’s most well known sports enterprises are in love with Christian Lopez.
Hundreds of items at all price levels are on the block next week in Phoenix, while others will find out if they’ve got something auction-worthy beforehand.
Collectors will have one more week to bid in one of the spring’s major auctions.
The auction went into triple overtime, but when the dust settled, a one of a kind Ty Cobb autographed bat brought big money for MEARS.
Collectors of antique baseball gloves were all over a rare model that showed up on eBay recently.
John Graham’s collection tells the story of baseball–and baseball gloves–through a new book.
A sharp-looking Babe Ruth autographed bat from the 1930s is on the auction block.
The first Louisville Slugger bat directly linked to a member of the New York Yankees goes on the auction block today
A rare piece of baseball memorabilia is up for bid as MEARS Online Auctions offers an experimental Kork-Grip bat used and likely invented by the Georgia Peach.
One of the country’s oldest sports collecting clubs has lost one of his founders, but his legacy is a model for the rest of us.
The early Babe Ruth game bat didn’t break a sales record, but it did draw a crowd.
They’re one of the oldest ongoing symbols of greatness. The World Series ring has been a staple in baseball for generations. Meet the man who knows his rings–inside and out.
A vault record direct from the company can be a huge assist when authenticating game used bats.