Retail exclusive cards and Joe DiMaggio cut signatures are part of the chase in Upper Deck’s baseball product.
One auction company says it has the Yankee uniform Yogi Berra wore while catching Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series.
A gift to a Little Leaguer over 50 years ago, it could be a significant piece of baseball history.
Panini will distribute four million packs of its new Adrenalyn basketball cards– and 2.5 million game boards to get kids hooked on collecting.
Ryan O’Hara will take the reins in a few weeks.
A Florida phys ed teacher didn’t need to open a bunch of packs to try and find a Super Bowl themed prize-winning card. She already had it as part of her big Peyton Manning stash.
Crosby for Kerrigan, anyone?
A special fundraiser has given birth to the first-ever all-Italian American baseball card set.
A limited edition, numbered card featuring the two Super Bowl quarterbacks is still hiding out there somewhere. If you have it…or pull it…Panini is offering a reward.
Often overlooked by collectors, classic Super Bowl memorabilia – helmets, rings, programs and tickets – can be had for much less than top level baseball items.
The Kansas Department of Revenue has seized two sports memorabilia stores for nonpayment of sales tax.
eBay’s Giving Works program is pitching in to aid organizations involved in the disaster relief effort in Haiti. Shop with sellers committed to sharing their auction proceeds and you’ll help too.
Upper Deck’s new NFL ‘Own the Rookies’ Wrapper Redemption Program Kicks Off in Early February.
Upper Deck continues to add retired stars to its 2010 baseball card lineup.
The guys who brought you the Yankee Stadium sod sale are back.
He hasn’t pitched in a big league game yet, but Stephen Strasburg is about to become one of the focal points of Topps’ 2010 baseball card efforts.
Upper Deck will again produce a 15-card NHL set designed to promote card collecting.
Pieces of the past show up in some sharp hardcover books celebrating the history of some storied college football programs.
Upper Deck is hiding prizes in selected card shops in hopes you’ll go searching for them.
Three NHL Hall of Famers chatted up fans and a reporter while signing autographs at an event in western Canada.