The NBA MVP award earned by Dave Cowens in 1973 was the top selling item in the Basketball Hall of Fame auction, with a host of vintage NBA and ABA jerseys also bringing big bucks.
A collection of never before seen Lou Gehrig items is being auctioned this week, but what’s more amazing is the relationships behind them.
Those old 1940s satin-style Dodgers jerseys are coming back–at least for a few games–and they’ll be sold at auction afterward.
Teen sensation Bryce Harper will make his Topps debut in about two months.
Say it ain’t so.
Game-worn goods from some hoops Hall of Famers led the way in the annual auction at Springfield.
LeBron James has been practicing his autograph…and there’s a reason behind it.
They won’t say who, but the 1956 Yogi Berra Yankees uniform sold for over $500,000 last week by Grey Flannel Auctions was purchased by a private collector. The uniform is believed to have been the same one worn by Berra while catching the 1956 World Series perfect game thrown by Don Larsen. The coffee pot […]
A complete uniform worn by Hall of Famer Steve Carlton during his finest big league season was one of the major targets in Huggins & Scott’s latest catalog auction. The 1972 Phillies jersey and pants had been virtually untouched in the 38 years since Carlton wore it while winning the National League Cy Young award. […]
There’s something about that “Mariners” uniform…
What did Topps miss?
A series of books published by a dedicated collector and baseball historian helps collectors and researchers.
The Sporting Life newspaper was born from the mind of Francis Richter, who believed America was crazy about its games. With a successful career in journalism by 1883, he set up the publication that covered all sports but focused in on the wildly popular game of baseball. By the latter part of the decade, The Sporting […]
A circa-1933 game-used home jersey worn by Lou Gehrig is the pick of the litter in a major sports memorabilia auction.
Hoping to ride the wave of publicity over Barry Bonds’ 715th HR ball, the pitcher who threw #714 has put his entire uniform and glove up for bid.