A review of ‘The Georgia Peach,’ a book debunking Ty Cobb’s supposed evil demeanor; plus, rare aviation forgeries hit the market.
The online buy/sell venue Check Out My Cards branches out past 8 million cards. Find out why – from the CEO and from those who use the site on a daily basis.
In a baseball card world where condition is king, you’ll find the No. 1 subject -Mikey Mantle – is just as hard to find ‘Very Poor’ as in ‘Gem Mint.’ Come along as we discuss some reasons why.
Collect Auctions brings more unopened cases of sportscards to the market, joining some Ruth and Gehrig signed beauties in its next sale that starts Mar. 24 and ends April 3.
WFL fans have another reason to celebrate: Series II football cards are now available. The 70-card set retails for $75, picking up where Series I left off.
One of the top collection of game-used jerseys is going on the auction block courtesy of SCP Auctions. The company was selected to bring the Delbert Mickel Estate Collection to the market, highlighted by several examples of game-used jerseys from Hall of Famers.
Topps has extended its agreement with Bryce Harper, remaining the exclusive provider of his autographed cards. Harper will also continue to be featured on packaging of Topps baseball products.
The latest round of trivia questions by Jeff Figler, featured in SCD, are ready to be answered. Take a try at 16 questions, separated by difficulty.
Memory Lane’s I Own It Now Sale once again proves the market value of cards in high grades, from vintage specimens you’d expect to 1980s varieties you wouldn’t.
Gary Cieradkowski loved sharing baseball trivia with his dad. Now he’s dispensing the little known facts of baseball through his custom card set. With a book in the works, here’s an introduction to the author, artist, creator and baseball fan.