Gehrig Bat Went into the Right Hands

The Lou Gehrig game used bat in SCP Auctions’ current sale has quite a tale to tell.

Fan Trades Freese Home Run Ball for Signed Bat, Ball

The David Freese home run ball landed on a grassy knoll, but there’s no conspiracy theory. The man who chased it down was already planning for it. Lucky for the Cardinals, he’s not the kind to cash in.

Card Crooks Caught on Cam

Police in Lynchburg, Va., hunt a pair of sports card stealing hoodlums.

Memory Lane Auction Generates $1.2 Million

Both new and vintage sports memorabilia drew bidders in Memory Lane Inc.’s spring auction.

Mark Ingram, Cam Newton Autograph for Topps

Two of the big name offensive stars from this year’s NFL draft class have signed on for 2011 Topps football products.

Early Michael Jordan Game Shoes on eBay

There’s a little shoe history and NBA legend inside a pair of game-worn Air Jordans on eBay. Got $25 grand?

2011 Topps Chrome Preview

Topps Chrome returns for another late-summer engagement.

Editor’s Blog: 1937 Wheaties Discovery, Iconic 80s and 90s Cards

Two new additions to the 1937 Wheaties set are discovered while modern bloggers compare notes in some entertaining posts.

Oldest Pair of NBA Game-Worn Shoes Up for Bid

Gene Conley’s autographed 1950s Converse are on the block.

New Boss: Upper Deck ‘Rebuilding’

Stung by license losses, Upper Deck is refocusing under the direction of new leadership.

Bush Selling Super Bowl Game-Worn Goods for Haiti

Reggie Bush wore them…now he’s hoping you’ll buy them to speed recovery in earthquake-torn Haiti.

Old Timers Respond to Kids’ TTM Autograph Project

Not all ten year-old kids spend their time playing video games.

Paterson’s Corbeau is Hockey Card Holy Grail

Like so many vintage sports card issues, the 1923-24 Paterson’s hockey set teased kids something fierce. When candy-loving children in Canada bought the company’s “hockey bar”, they found a free trading card inside. There were 40 of them in all and if you could collect an entire set, you could mail them in and get […]

Arrest in Wichita Sports Memorabilia Robbery

Wichita police have arrested a local man in connection with a sports bar burglary this summer, but a pair of expensive signed baseballs are still missing.

1970s Stanley Cup Rings Swiped in $1 Million Robbery

Canadian thieves picked a bountiful target for a robbery. Valuable jewelry was taken–along with a pair of championship rings belonging to the former owner of the Montreal Canadiens.