As Executive Director of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Anne Jewell has one of the dream jobs in all of baseball.
Jack Chesbro in a pack of new cards? Some fresh-faced future Hall of Famers? A Bump Wills phenomenon? Heavy demand for Marc Hill? The 1979 set has a little bit of everything.
With only one major rookie card but with an album full of Hall of Famers and 35 years in the rear view mirror, the 1980 Topps set looks better with age.
Two pair of Muhammad Ali boxing gloves from a couple famous fights have pushed past a half million dollars as bidding heads into its final days via the SCP Auctions catalog.
It’s been a familiar story lately. Retired player or coach selling off a special item or collection, ostensibly to pay for the education of family members. Jim Palmer did it. Don Larsen’s doing it. Bob Knight. Ozzie Smith. For collectors with cash, it’s like being in a kid in a candy shop. Whenever well known […]
Forbes.com examines why famous former coaches and players are selling off the items that represent their biggest achievements.
Thirteen Gold Gloves, World Series rings, All-Star rings and other items are in the Ozzie Smith auction, part of a major catalog sale beginning next month.
Some collectors at this weekend’s All-American Sports Collectors Show walked away with some well-loved, but still valuable door prizes as the three-day event tried to stake its claim as a yearly event.
An eye-popping price is laid down by a bidder for one of only four PSA 10-graded 1979 Topps Ozzie Smith rookie cards.
Topps is letting collectors vote on three new additions to the Diamond Die Cuts set.