A 109-year-old photo of New York Highlanders righty Al Orth shows an early 20th century big league pitcher at the top of his game.
He was seemingly always in the midst of history. A mountain of Yogi Berra baseball cards and great memorabilia mean the memories are never “over”.
Renovating an old home they’d just purchased paid off for a Connecticut family when this old, forgotten, autographed baseball emerged.
A Lou Gehrig game model bat once kept by a door for homeowner protection and nearly given away, set a new record at auction early Sunday.
Items signed by Yankee greats of the 1930s are part of an historic memorabilia collection from the estate of former player and executive Johnny Murphy.
He’s got the world by the tail and Joe DiMaggio seems to know it. A rare image of the Jolter on the day he capped off his breakout season is our Photo of the Day.
Why do some cities have a bigger collector base than others? Rich Klein says some of it has to do with the history of its pro sports teams.
The 1964 Topps baseball set may lack big-name rookies, but it offers collectors an affordable glimpse into baseball at the tail-end of a Yankees dynasty.
A Red Sox fan and sports collector caught the ball hit by Alex Rodriguez for his 660th home run. He’s mulling his options.
An 8×10 photo taken two years earlier and used as the basis for the 1958 Topps Mickey Mantle All-Star card is at RMY Auctions.
Jeffrey Maier’s glove, famous for hauling in a Derek Jeter drive in the 1996 ALCS, robbing the Orioles of a potential victory, has already been sold once.
He was soon bound for Hartford and Lou Gehrig defers to his veteran teammates on a newly discovered 1924 Yankees team photo.
A rare photo of Babe Ruth during his barnstorming suspension of 1922 recalls a clash of wills with Commissioner Landis.
A rare wire photo of Mickey Mantle taking a powerful swing at a pitch during the 1961 home run chase is among the featured items at RMY Auctions.
Billy Martin baseball cards are many, spread over four decades in the game. It was on Christmas 1989 when baseball lost one of its most colorful figures.
The Yankees star first baseman’s streak was underway and he took time out to greet some NHL colleagues who were doing the same in this rare photograph.
A North Carolina man recalls lining up a young Derek Jeter for a card show autograph session for less than you’ll pay for one signed item today.
The 1923 World Series championship watch presented to Babe Ruth has emerged from one of the world’s best baseball memorabilia collections and will be sold at auction.
He had a knack for clutch homers in the playoffs, but now some of the big home run bats used by Jim Leyritz are being sold at auction.
Eight items from the massive collection of baseball memorabilia belonging to Chad and Doug Dreier have been unveiled.