Major League Baseball Properties says Upper Deck hasn’t finished paying a $3 million debt.
From a century-old Rose Bowl program to a minty ’26 World Series program, eBay bidders have had a lot to choose from lately.
Tim Tebow has plenty of believers–or at least fans–in the football card market. Tebow rookie card sales on eBay have nearly tripled since he became an NFL starting quarterback.
Dozens of vintage bats, a 1929 Packers championship watch, and a wide variety of items from every sport are part of the current MEARS online auction.
The NFL’s cancer awareness campaign is back, bringing some unique game-used memorabilia to market.
Some big name autograph guests, many from Baltimore’s legendary sports history, will join the sports card dealers at the Charm City 2 show in Maryland this weekend.
The always-creative Stadium Sportscards in Aurora, Colo., is generating a buzz after buying the infamous balloon that kept a nation on edge for a couple of hours before crashing and burning in a web of lies.
Topps will crank out yet another new mid-range football product in October.
A Canadian collector claims cops executing a search warrant made off with over $800,000 worth of cards and memorabilia. The lack of an inventory sheet derailed his lawsuit.
Appeals continue, so the state of Pennsylvania won’t be selling off what it seized from Roger Hooper.
The shot that made the Great One the Highest Scoring One turned into a pretty pricey puck.
A woman convicted of stealing sports memorabilia and other items will spend at least 16 months in jail.
The NFL turned over a $1 million check to the American Cancer Society,thanks in part to a mountain of pink-colored game-worn items sold via NFL Auctions.
Sentencing has been continued for a Pennsylvania dealer found guilty of deceptive business practices and theft by deception.
It’s hard to pinpoint a trend when it comes to the hobby’s most popular post-WWII card, but we think we know what grades brings the best bang for your buck
A look at some of the biggest eBay sales in the month of October reveals some positive news.
A one-of-a-kind autographed copy of the Philadelphia Inquirer celebrating the Philadelphia Phillies’ 2008 World Series victory is being sold as a fundraiser for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. It is the only signed “mock” cover page—one of only three printed by the Inquirer in anticipation of the team’s Game 5 victory on Wednesday, October 29, […]
A promising baseball career came to a halt for University of Georgia infielder Chance Veazey, but some friends and Major League players are helping him out with a big charity auction this weekend.
Packer fans may want to burn it, but a game-worn Brett Favre jersey from his record-breaking game against Green Bay is getting a lot of attention in an online auction.
A game-worn Brett Favre Minnesota Vikings jersey brought $16,000 for NFL Auctions…but it wasn’t the only big ticket item sold.