Whitey Ford Cards Colorful And Coveted

He’s among the oldest living Hall of Famers now. A look at five favorite Whitey Ford baseball cards, 65 years after his first one arrived.

Collecting Challenge the Yankees Game Cards

A collector’s childhood passion for the 1960s Challenge the Yankees board game cards resulted in one of the top graded sets in the PSA registry.

Deal: ARod 3000 Hit Ball is Returned

Collector Zack Hample will benefit but his favorite charity is getting a big boost from the 3,000 hit ball Alex Rodriguez belted for a homer last month.

Photo of Ruth in Yankees’ 1st World Series Appearance

A photo from the first hour of the Yankees’ first World Series appearance in 1921 shows a young Babe Ruth grabbing a lead off second base.

Steiner Clearing Out Some Yankees Game-Used Memorabilia

Steiner Sports is selling off some Yankees game used memorabilia from last year as a new season begins.

Yankees Game-Used Bases and Baseballs a Hot Seller

When building a man cave, sports memorabilia is a must. Whether it be signed baseball, jerseys or game used goods, there are a number of pieces that could fit nicely into the collection. The king of this high-end sports memorabilia is Steiner Sports. Based out of New York, Steiner has plenty of Yankees game-used bases […]

10 Top Selling Sports Auction Items in 2014

Babe Ruth’s 1918 contract with the Red Sox topped the most expensive pieces of sports memorabilia sold in 2014.

Photo of the Day: Gehrig Has a Beef on Opening Day 1936

Lou Gehrig states his case with a VIP watching from the stands as the Yankees battle the Senators on Opening Day,1936.

Photo of the Day: Thurman Munson at Kent State

No Fu Manchu but Thurman Munson was wearing pinstripes as early as 1967.

Photo of the Day: Fans Cheer DiMaggio During Streak

How many of these did Joe DiMaggio receive from the Yankee Stadium crowd during the magical year of 1941?

Auction of Yankees’ Lou Gehrig Day Jerseys to Benefit ALS Association

Steiner Sports is selling over 30 game-worn jerseys from Lou Gehrig Day as part of a major auction.

Vintage Photo of the Day: Farewell Joe, Hello Mickey

One was in his final season, the other in his first. Learn more about the moment the aging veteran met the teenage phenom in this 1951 wire photo.

Lou and a Brew… and a Smoke

A rare image showing Lou Gehrig enjoying a couple of vices after a World Series victory is our Vintage Photo of the Day.

Vintage Photo of the Day: Mantle and Maris in September 1961

An original news photo of Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, taken in September of 1961 during their chase of Babe Ruth’s home run record, is up for auction.

eBay Card of the Day: Mattingly’s Best Rookie Card Spurs ‘What if?’ Discussion

The 1984 Donruss Don Mattingly was as hot as hot could get when the product arrived on the market–and it still has plenty of fans today, especially among 80’s kids rediscovering their hobby.

Derek Jeter Cards Are Current Generation’s Mantle

A rush for Derek Jeter cards isn’t out of the question as he makes known his intention to retire after the 2014 season.

Ball Babe Ruth Signed for Injured “Little Johnny” Sylvester in ’26 Sold for $250,641

The legendary baseball on which Babe Ruth promised to hit a homer for “Little Johnny” Sylvester in the 1926 World Series sold to Pete Siegel of Gotta Have It! Collectibles in an auction that ended Thursday night.

Vintage Photo of the Day: Rookie Rizzuto

Our Vintage Photo of the Day from RMY Auctions is this wire service photo from 1941 that shows Phil Rizzuto (or “Phillip” as he’s called on the caption) in his first big league spring training. After being named the minor league player of the year by The Sporting News in 1940, the 23-year-old Scooter joined […]

DiMaggio’s Cards Popular…But What to Collect?

The New York Yankees bought Joe DiMaggio from the San Francisco Seals for $25,000 and some players on November 21, 1934. His early baseball cards are part of an eclectic mix.

Steiner Auctioning Shoes from Mariano Rivera’s Torn ACL

Steiner Sports is selling the sneakers Mariano Rivera was wearing in May of last year when he tore his ACL while shagging flies in the outfield at Kauffman Stadium.