Six handwritten love letters penned by Boston Red Sox legend, and the greatest hitter the game has ever known, Ted Williams, written in the early 1950s to his mistress, Norma Williamson, are expected to bring more than $4,000 as part of Heritage Auction’s Nov. 11 Vintage Sports Collectibles event. “Now when I got your letter I also got one from Doris (Williams) ‘quoting’ a … [Read more...] about Ted Williams Letters to Mistress Going on Auction Block
One of baseball's most famous errors is about to be for sale. The 1986 World Series ball that turned the tide of a World Series and turned a highly respected hitter into a target for merciless fans. The ball hit by Mookie Wilson that trickled through the legs of the hobbling Red Sox first baseman in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series will go on eBay this month priced at $1 … [Read more...] about Buckner Ball Bouncing Back to Market
It's back to business for the Philadelphia Phillies who will face the San Francisco Giants in the National League Championship Series later this week. With some time off, fans have had time to savor Roy Halladay's history-making no-hitter against the Reds in the Division Series. Plenty of fans have been willing to sell their ticket stubs or acquire those held by others in … [Read more...] about eBay Jammed With Halladay No-Hitter Tickets, Etc.
An autographed, game-worn 1955 Mickey Mantle Yankees jersey sold for $125,332 in SCP Auctions’ latest online auction. Tagged exclusively for Mantle, it features blue chain stitching on the front tail that reads, “Mantle, 55-7,” accompanied by Mantle’s signature. “Mickey Mantle is a name that consistently generates frenzied competition at auction and this incredible jersey … [Read more...] about Mantle Jersey, Game Used Bats Pace Auction