Topps’ Diamond Giveaway website returned live on Thursday, just five days before the redemption codes were to expire for 2011 Series One and Update.
An eBay seller shoots for the moon with Pat Tillman’s old spikes; the Cardinals are memorabilia collectors; the Brewers and Braun just say no, a 1992 Prince and Cecil Fielder ad for McDonald’s… and eBay is having a listing special.
Topps has added a pair of short prints to its upcoming 2012 Series One set thanks to some graphic artistry.
Collectors had something besides bubble gum packed with their baseball cards more than 36 years ago. The 1975 Hostess set is still sweet.
You don’t have to be a fan of the team to appreciate the history behind David Kohler’s Lakers collection. Get a video tour of the shrine.
A Canadian barber sold an old stick for less than $1,000 three years ago. It could bring seven figures to the new owner.
Charles Conlon’s original photos and some works of art replicating five of the best will be on display at an invitation-only party in New York. Panini settles it’s lawsuit with Art of the Game and is that a stolen Al Reach photo on eBay?
In what would be another significant NCAA rules violation, Terrelle Pryor had a sweet gig signing autographs for a local dealer according to a new report.
Harmon Killebrew’s friends and former teammates remember him while fans and collectors log on for a tangible memory.
A Massachusetts district attorney says the case involving some stolen game-used Red Sox memorabilia involved a tale of sick kids that even convinced an auction house.
A huge and rarely seen collection of vintage baseball photographs from a long-time Boston photographer has fans and collectors excited.
The former long-time clubhouse manager of the New York Mets is under investigation on two fronts, including the theft of game-used memorabilia from the clubhouse.
Some legal briefs involving a box cutter and ICE.
A well-known athlete from the 1968 Summer Olympics hopes to turn his gold medals into classrooms…but the asking price doesn’t match the market.
More hobby tidbits to snack on including a historic baseball document, Carmelo and some card company talk.
Topps marks the ten-year anniversary of the first Albert Pujols cards with a giveaway.
Record-setting prices may scare some away, but you can still own Babe Ruth cards from his playing days for a few hundred bucks.
He hasn’t always been the most gracious card show guest, but Willie Mays seemed to have a hold on folks who showed up to have him sign his book.
A long-time sports card wholesaler is turning operations over to a larger company.