Vintage Authentics owner Steve Jensen faces sentencing this spring as federal prosecutors continue to prosecute dealers of phony jerseys.
A card shop owner lands one of the ten Golden Ticket baseballs signed by a trio of all-time greats.
You’ll probably miss his sports card shop if you’re driving by but after 24 years, Jerry Mudra pretty secure in how to survive in business.
One of the hobby’s longest running stores lost its owner in 2010 when Steve Gold died of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Now, his manager has purchased the Chicagoland area store.
Ken Kendrick does more than operate a major league franchise–he operates a major league card collection too.
Randy Fauth keeps Sports Dugout rolling along in one of America’s best baseball towns.
From low end to high end, Milt Byron, a retired police detective, has been buying and selling game-worn hockey memorabilia for parts of four decades.
LeSean McCoy left when federal agents raided a sports memorabilia shop at which he was scheduled to sign autographs. A court agrees with a suit that claimed he kept the money.
Sal Argo’s June autograph session with Eagles players was shut down by the team after a raid by NFL reps. Now he’s facing federal charges over counterfeit jerseys and photos but wondering why they’re centering on him.
One Michigan hobby shop owner has moved to a larger mall space thanks to interest from the gamers.
The son of a man who donated a 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card to the Ruth Museum in Baltimore now has a decision to make.
Bill Schubert’s Pete Rose game-used bat isn’t going to be sold right now, but it’s now worth a lot more money.
Tulsa police were impressed with some of the sports memorabilia stolen by a busy thief.
The ball that squirted past Bill Buckner and helped the Mets to the 1986 World Series title is still owned by the man who bought it from actor Charlie Sheen.
A young girl’s honesty helps a cherished ring back to its rightful owner.
Now here’s something different. A card shop owner who’s not singing the blues. This guy actually likes his chosen profession so much he’s been able to make a living at it for 20 years.