CSA Shows has landed Charlie Sheen and Alex Ovechkin as autograph guests for its upcoming Chantilly Show.
Both will appear on Sunday, October 13. Sheen autos are $125 with inscriptions priced at $75 and he’ll also take a professional photo with you for $125. Ovechkin autos start at $125 and he, too, will do photo ops. Sheen is a long-time collector of baseball memorabilia.
Dozens of other sports and entertainment stars are also part of the lineup for the show, which takes place October 11-13 at the Dulles Expo Center. A full guest list and more info is available on the show’s website.
Topps commemorated one of 2019’s coolest moments on Wednesday with some NOW cards commemorating Mike Yastrzemski’s homer at Fenway Park.
There are dual image cards with Mike and his grandpa Carl as well as some autographed versions that were still available as of late Wednesday afternoon.
You can check them out here.
Meet the elderly widow who has a massive collection of Patrick Mahomes cards and other Chiefs memorabilia.
The Fox affiliate in Kansas City paid a visit to “Granny’s Den.”
There’s a new card shop in northeastern Oklahoma. Mike West has opened Tiger Sports Cards & Collectibles in Talequah, southeast of Tulsa.
Cardinals’ shortstop Paul DeJong, who hit a homer that broke the lighted “M” in the “Big Mac Land” sign in left field at Busch Stadium earlier this summer, bought the broken letter in a charity auction and will take it on a Stanley Cup-like tour after the season. He’s also hoping he can find someone to get it working again.
That word comes for a story in the Athletic about his charity efforts also includes word that Topps will produce some special cards for him to give away next season. The cards will have science and literacy themes. DeJong is planning to autograph the cards and hand them out at Ronald McDonald Houses in the St. Louis area.
Paul DeJong bought the “M” from Big Mac Land that he broke with his 22nd home run of the season. His $22,000 donation will be split between Cardinals Care and @rmhcstl
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