A look at what feels right–and what needs attention as a new sports collecting year begins.
He was a great baseball player. A terrific pilot who served his country more than once. A great fisherman, too.
Ted Williams was also a bit of a scoundrel.
Letters penned by the Hall of Famer in the early 50s are out in the open and going up for bid, including one that references a letter intercepted by the Mrs.
Resealed wax packs and fake autographs are at the center of a case against a long-time sports memorabilia dealer.
by Ted Golden The late 1980s baseball card boom was fertile ground for another sports memorabilia product to gain a foothold. For 14 years, “Starting Lineup” figures captured the imagination of kids everywhere. They were action figures produced in the form of a baseball player, basketball player, football player, hockey players, and even Auto Racing. […]