In a new multi-year deal, Upper Deck, NHL, and NHLPA have agreed to make Upper Deck the exclusive manufacturer of NHL trading cards starting with the 2014-15 season. Panini’s NHL license ends June 30.
Memory Lane will be taking offers starting Feb. 27 in its latest I Own It Now sale. Headliners include a Red Heart complete set, Babe Ruth signed checks, high-grade sets and a PSA 9 1935 National Chicle Knute Rockne.
The seventh edition of Jewish Major Leaguer Baseball Cards features Detroit manager Brad Ausmus, World Baseball Classic highlights and new Jewish players among the 50-card set.
In a sale that had seven items top the $100,000 mark, Heritage’s Platinum Night Auction was led by Joe Jackson’s rookie bat, Ali’s gloves from his first bout with Sonny Liston and Babe Ruth 1923 pocket watch.
Panini is honoring the Seattle Seahawks as NFL champions with an 18-card commemorative set featuring Malcolm Smith, Wilson, Lynch and images from Super Bowl XLVIII.
The watch comes directly from the Babe Ruth Family, and was given to the Ruth during his last appearance at Yankee Stadium in 1948, which also celebrated the 25th anniversary of Yankee Stadium. SCP Auctions will offer the watch in its Spring auction.
JPRS Show thaws out winter’s chill and heats up the New York signing scene with Boggs, Carlton and Yankees prospects. Plus Mariano Rivera will conduct a public signing in March.
Bob Feller passed away in 2010. Now the museum bearing his name has reveled its doors won’t remain open for long if supporters don’t step forward financially. Membership has dwindled to 100 supporters.
Autograph collectors were up early and on the move during Super Bowl weekend in NYC; results were hit and miss. Here are some tales seeking Joe Namath, Cam Newton and Aaron Rodgers.
In the latest Hobby Odds and Ends column by George Vrechek, topics range from a famous T206 Wagner that is now in the Baseball Hall of Fame to ESPN’s Lester Munson, D.J. Moore and an old-fashioned show held in California.