Mike Acosta isn’t old enough to remember when they were called the Houston Colt .45s, but he knows plenty about that era of Houston baseball history. The Astros’ Authentication Manager wears a lot of hats in his job. He handles everything from making sure the team’s bobblehead giveaways look like the players they’re supposed to […]
Two long-time collector/dealers have opened a sports card and memorabilia shop–just in time for the holidays.
You might want to think about a trip to the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City. It’s home to history–and some cool memorabilia.
Joe Namath’s Topps tour takes him to a question and answer session with ESPN.com where the topics include his rookie card, his 1973 Topps card, his fur coats and today’s NFL.
Chicago, once again hosting this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention, remains a hobby hotbed with collectors chasing cards and memorabilia old and new.
The car comes with $30,000 in customization including an interior designed to be just like those Nikes Lil’ Penny was so fond of.
Once an NBA star, Allen Iverson now plies his trade in Turkey…and sells his stuff on eBay.
Those who dare expose the peddlers of phony signatures sometimes find themselves on the receiving end of some bizarre behavior.
20 years of football are on display inside Doug Flutie’s Natick, MA home.
Topps continues its Attax line with the release of the 2010 football issue.
If you’re buying and selling the hot and the not, our writer has some food for thought.
Some talk from the heartland on the decision to cut back on the number of licensed trading card products.
Ten of the most ‘pleasingly hideous’ baseball cards from the under appreciated decade of the 1970s.
Andre Dawson has plenty of reasons to smile. Just ask Goose Gossage.
Ted Williams signed plenty of autographs but one New England dealer believes there’s a signature that should free his body from a cryogenics lab.
Yes, you can still order a sports memorabilia related gift and have it delivered by Christmas without spending $25-30 for overnight shipping. The inventories of some companies are enormous and they’ve got some very good deals going right now. Who’s hot? Manny Ramirez, surprisingly, is selling well. And, of course there is plenty of Yankees […]
He may have plenty of issues to sort out as he takes a break from golf, but Tiger Woods won’t lose his autograph deal with Upper Deck.
He’s got plenty of time on his hands these days and future Hall of Famer Greg Maddux will use some of it to sign baseball cards for Upper Deck’s upcoming baseball products.
A rare appearance by Mario LeMieux drew plenty of hockey fans and collectors to the Toronto Sportscard and Memorabilia Expo.
Get a glimpse of what visitors to the Canton shrine don’t see.