Johnny Podres is no longer around, but his hometown–and one collector in particular–have plenty to remember him by.
You knew this was coming.
The search for memorabilia stolen from Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick takes a bizarre twist.
A new show kicks off next weekend. The Show at the Oaks will have a big lineup of dealers and several autograph guests.
A break-in at the home of Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick results in an APB for a big piece of bling.
Sandy Koufax autograph cards will be in 2011 Topps products after the Hall of Famer put his name on a Topps’ contract.
Harvey Haddix tossed 12 perfect innings in 1959. Now, a tangible memory from that game is among the items being sold at auction.
The corked bat used by Sammy Sosa in a game will join several other famous–and infamous–Chicago sports artifacts.
This one’s autographed.
The contents of what might have once been a rookie pitcher’s equipment bag sold for over $30,000 Tuesday night.
Armando Galarraga will take pen in hand–and tongue in cheek–to commemorate one of baseball’s most memorable moments.
If you sent away for a Johnny Broaca autograph, chances are you never got it back.
31 years before Jackie Robinson, a baseball card pioneer put color into cards.
A unique "double stamp" issued later this year by the U.S. Postal Service will feature a panoramic shot of Negro League baseball and the legendary Rube Foster.
Hoping to ride the wave of publicity over Barry Bonds’ 715th HR ball, the pitcher who threw #714 has put his entire uniform and glove up for bid.