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.
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.