Carlos Correa already has an exclusive autograph and memorabilia deal with Topps and over the weekend, he made a lot of new friends—including some famous ones—during his appearance at TriStar’s Houston show.
The company sold 500 autograph tickets for Correa and that didn’t come close to meeting the demand.
The Houston Chronicle chatted with Correa, former quarterback Joe Theismann and others for this story.
The name of one of the longest continuously operating hobby shops is easy to remember.
In business since 1989, The Baseball Card Store in Midland Park, NJ is run by a couple of long-time friends.
The Daily Voice dropped by to chat with Mike Healy and Dave Lancaster for this little piece.
Long before cards came out before a player reached the major leagues, 13-year-old Susan Perabo was apparently the first person to show Willie McGee his first big league baseball card.
Susan, who is now a well-known author and poet, wrote a guest essay about that sweet moment for Yahoo Sports.
Father and son Olympic Gold Medal winners Bill and Dave Christian – Bill Christian won Ice Hockey gold with Team USA in 1960 and Dave Christian won with Team USA in 1980 – are offering their Gold Medals in the same auction.
Current bidding on Dave Christian’s ring is $358,500—short of the auction reserve. Dave Christian’s 1960 gold sits at $26,290.
Jerseys, awards and other items from the pair are also on the block via Heritage Auctions, with live bidding this weekend in New York.