Jersey Worn by Lin in 38-Point Game vs Lakers on Charity Auction Block

The jersey worn by Jeremy Lin the night he torched the Lakers for 38 points is being sold. Is he wearing it on the cover of this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated?

Lundqvist Winter Classic Mask Auction Aids Children’s Charity

A specially commissioned game worn goalie mask donned by the Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist during the Winter Classic might be his best save of the year.

Derek Jeter Honored by Slugger Museum

Fans will get a chance to handle a game-used Derek Jeter bat while taking a gander at a new statue of the Yankee great.

Judge Rules Nash in Contempt Of Court in REA Case

A New York judge rules that Peter Nash and his wife must turn over financial records by Thanksgiving weekend or face arrest as Robert Edward Auctions chases hundreds of thousands of dollars awarded to it by another court.

Topps Will Feature Roberto Clemente in 2012 Baseball Cards

You’ll see more of the late, great Roberto Clemente inside Topps’ 2012 products.

Baseball Card Lots Often Provide Big Bang for Buck

It’s an easy way for people to sell off their extras or create some space in the house. Buying baseball cards by the lot can also be a huge opportunity.

Panini Asks Judge for Restraining Order Over Autographs

The dispute between Panini, Kobe Bryant and Art of The Game has Bryant claiming he never knew he was signing for the LA-based group. But…could a settlement be in the works?

Bryce Harper’s Futures Jersey Cut Up for Cards

Bryce Harper had a forgettable debut in the national spotlight Sunday, but his jersey will still be one of the big prizes in 2011 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects.

Amar’e Stoudemire Gets Memorabilia Deal

Wanna buy a pair of goggles?

1981 Changed Baseball Cards Forever

Thirty years ago this month, collectors were scrambling to make sense of a new era in baseball cards.

Blake Griffin Signs Multi-Year Deal with Panini

A fresh trading card and memorabilia deal places the 2011 NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Champion alongside Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and John Wall on Panini’s roster.

Sun-Times Show Opens Friday

One of the hobby’s longest-running events is back for another three-day run.

Editor’s Blog: Charlie Sheen’s Collection, Panini Plans,

He’s had a few well-chronicled issues in recent months, but actor Charlie Sheen is fired up about getting back to work–and still loves baseball memorabilia. The star of Major League and now, CBS’ Two and a Half Men, settled in for a half hour conversation with Dan Patrick Monday.  They talked about a lot of […]

Blake Griffin Rookie Cards Fuel Current Market

With every spectacular dunk and monster stat line, Blake Griffin separates himself from the rest of the hot list.

Just Call It The Jerry West Barbershop

In a little town barbershop, a big time Jerry West fan clips away amid mountains of hoops memorabilia.

Baseball Card Stock Market: Who to Buy/Sell

If you’re buying and selling the hot and the not, our writer has some food for thought.

Ex-Upper Deck Intern Recalls Griffey Meeting

A video game shapes one writer’s memory of time spent with the player who was a kid at heart.

Erstad Charity Auction Includes Autographs, Game Used

Former Angel Darin Erstad and his wife are behind an eBay auction aimed at preventing child abuse.

Panini Wooing Durant?

Kevin Durant’s MVP-like effort has Panini’s interest while the company faces legal action from the not-so-happy widow of dancing icon Gene Kelly.

Durant Trades Autographs for Toys

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant was more than happy to sign some pictures if local folks would help make Christmas a little brighter for local families.