A look at a few athletes who put country, duty and honor ahead of sports and the cards we remember them by.
World War II was a recent memory when kids first saw a Yogi Berra rookie card. It was the start of a very long run on cardboard for the popular catcher.
He was seemingly always in the midst of history. A mountain of Yogi Berra baseball cards and great memorabilia mean the memories are never “over”.
Stan the Man and Joe D. may have been no-shows, but the 1950 Bowman baseball set aptly chronicled the Whiz Kids and set a standard for issues that followed.
The small but mighty 1948 Bowman baseball set is loaded with Hall of Fame rookie cards and the seeds of a burgeoning hobby.
A break-in at a learning center and museum in his name have authorities offering a reward for the recovery of stolen Yogi Berra memorabilia.
Goldin Auctions has set aside a portion of its inaugural auction to raise money to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy through Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Everything from signed photos to soda taps will be on the block at the Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant bankruptcy auction.
Seven of the sports collecting hobby’s most popular and iconic vintage baseball card sets, all in high grade are being broken up and will be sold card by card in a special, one-week event being launched by Memory Lane Inc. today. The combined value of the cards runs deep into seven figures.
A PSA 10 1956 Topps Mickey Mantle, plus mint, graded rookie cards of Willie Mays, George Mikan, Michael Jordan and Bobby Orr are among the offerings.
Tom Murro’s quest to pass along a photo signed to President Obama by Yogi Berra is complete.
How do you give the President of the United States a special, signed photo featuring two baseball legends?
World War II put a crimp on the available issues, but here are five cards every collector should consider buying even if the sets are beyond reach.
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 game-worn relic from one of baseball’s most famous days sells at auction.
A look at the diamonds on the diamond as the Yankees show off their 2009 ice.
Three major championship rings join Yogi Berra’s 1956 World Series jersey among the heavy hitters Grey Flannel’s current auction.