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Lawsuit Claims Giants Swapped Strahan’s Final Jersey

A sports memorabilia dealer accuses the New York Giants’ equipment staff of selling Michael Strahan’s final game jersey and giving him one made to look real.

Baseball Card or Mug Shot? 1952 Topps Hank Thompson

Among the sets of the 1950s are cards of a smiling player who has an important role in baseball history. His grin belies a troubled life.

Ramblings: Gifford Was More Than Monday Night

Frank Gifford was skilled enough to carve out two long careers, appearing in card sets as a player and a play-by-play announcer.

Bresnahan Items Offer Glimpse into Hall of Fame Career

Items consigned by his descendants include a well-known photo signed to his brother, two loving cups dating to 1909, a bat, mitt and ancient New York Giants traveling trunk.

Demand Grows For Odell Beckham Autographs After Legendary Leap

Odell Beckham autographs and rookie cards have been hot sellers as he punctuates a strong rookie season with a catch for the ages.

Lou and a Brew… and a Smoke

A rare image showing Lou Gehrig enjoying a couple of vices after a World Series victory is our Vintage Photo of the Day.

Giants Deny Lawsuit Claims That Eli Manning, Giants Duped Collectors

A lawsuit claims extensive jersey and equipment fraud perpetrated by the New York Giants.

Cool History: Autographed WWII Era Giants Bat Includes Rare Ott Signature

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.

Coughlin’s Super Bowl Flip Card, Cap Up for Bid

The Tom Coughlin auction of game-used Super Bowl items benefits the foundation of the Giants’ head coach.

Sneak Peek at Warriors Autograph Stash; Steiner Giants Session

The New York Giants celebrate their Super Bowl win by grabbing a Sharpie and we also get a look at the Golden State Warriors’ pile of swag.

Has Bobby Thomson’s 1951 ‘Shot’ Jersey Already Been Found?

Collectors have wondered for years what became of the jersey Bobby Thomson was wearing when he hit the ‘Shot Heard ‘Round the World’. It may have been sitting in one man’s collection for the last six years.

How Does Death Really Affect The Value of An Autograph?

Analyzing prices of recently deceased Hall of Famer autographs.

1914 World Series Ring May Bust Myth

Common belief is that the first World Series ring wasn’t issued until 1922. The discovery of a second ring from eight years earlier seems to have re-written that bit of memorabilia history.

Lifetime Ticket Collection Full of Memories

Stan Sherr’s ticket stubs are a link to a lifetime of going to games.

Earliest Known Willie Mays Pro Jersey Consigned to Auction

Purchased for $50 at a Minnesota card show years ago, it gained fame on Antiques Roadshow. Now it’s out of a museum and into an upcoming auction.

Private Collector Loans Valuable NFL History to Giants’ New Museum

He’s a mystery man, but a collector has donated virtually the entire collection of New York Giants memorabilia for the team’s new museum.

Brandon Jacobs’ Helmet Toss: What’s it Worth?

An Indy football fan thought he’d caught a souvenir when Brandon Jacobs angrily fired his helmet into the crowd Monday night.

Bill Mastro Selling Collection

The former head of Mastro Auctions has consigned his vintage baseball memorabilia to an auction scheduled for December.