Pull redemption card #1 from the 2012 Topps Prime 9 promotion? Take it to your local hobby shop and exchange it for a Willie Mays.
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Our box buster says 2011 Bowman Chrome is hot (again) as it offers a prospecting buzz and ten years of history.September 22, 2011 By
You won’t find a Roger Maris plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame. He’s never been inducted. But you’ll find a special exhibit on the 50th anniversary of his record-breaking year. Finding Maris memorabilia at Cooperstown shops isn’t quite as easy.June 20, 2011 By
A large portion of Curt Schilling’s personal collection and a bat Babe Ruth used to hit a legendary home run highlight the annual MLB All-Star FanFest Auction in Phoenix next month.April 28, 2011 By
The Baseball Hall of Fame will salute the game’s records and the stories behind them in ‘One for the Books’, a new exhibit that features some big-time baseball memorabilia.January 13, 2011 By
More than three dozen pieces associated with Richie Ashburn lead off the industry’s latest sports memorabilia catalog auction.November 11, 2010 By
Louisville’s ABC affiliate spends a morning at the Louisville Slugger Museum, previewing the appraisal fair and auction.August 30, 2010 By
It doesn’t take long to figure out who Chuck Bogorae’s favorite player is.April 15, 2010 By
TLC’s ‘Accidental Fortune’ will tell the tale of how Babe Ruth’s contest award turned into a million dollar souvenir.March 24, 2010 By
High-grade vintage stars and sets from all sports go on the auction block later this week.February 5, 2010 By
Bidders showed no hesitation in chasing the ball that put ARod in a club with less than two dozen members.September 24, 2009 By
Marc Ecko, the hip-hop fashion mogul who bought Barry Bonds’ 756th home run ball for over $750,000 two years ago, is apparently having some financial trouble. The ball wound up having an asterisk placed on it after fan voting and landed in the Hall of Fame. The New York Post reports that Ecko’s business hasn’t […]July 26, 2006 By
Jerry Kramer, one of the key players in the Green Bay Packers’ championship run during the 1960s, has announced a special auction to benefit long-retired NFL players who need help for medical care.