No, there is not an original autographed jar of Vaseline in the Gaylord Perry Collection in Lelands summer catalog that features memorabilia of the Hall of Fame pitcher. Still, the 72 items being sold by the slippery right-hander are nothing to spit at. The auction runs through June 17 at 9 p.m. Eastern time and includes items like championship rings, autographed … [Read more...] about Lelands Auctioning Gaylord Perry Collection
Life as a Major League baseball player simply doesn't get much more glamorous than it was for Roger Maris in the spring of 1962. Not only did he break Babe Ruth's single-season home run record and win his second consecutive AL MVP award as his New York Yankees marched to yet another World Series title the year before, but he was featured in all his … [Read more...] about 1962 Topps Baseball Ingrained in Hobby Lore
Government attorneys have extracted guilty pleas from three dealers charged last month with selling jerseys they claimed were game worn, but were actually just made to look that way. The question collectors are still asking, though, after reading our story and the plea agreements is 'what happened to the jerseys that were supposedly sold to the card companies?' If … [Read more...] about Editor’s Blog: Where Did Those Fake Jerseys Go?