With spring comes Spring Training, meaning card shop owners in Florida and Arizona are putting in overtime to meet demand.
A six-figure sale of a 1916 Babe Ruth card highlighted the I Own It Now catalog, which also saw the sale of a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, two Goudey Babe Ruth cards and some high-grade modern era icons.
Revelations of ‘Laws of Base Ball’ documents, that show credit to the game’s most basic rules to Daniel Lucius “Doc” Adams, could push price to more than $1 million through SCP Auctions.
A fly-by with some of the early 1970s Topps comic booklet inserts that wound up in 1970 Topps Baseball and 1971-72 O-Pee-Chee Hockey. Dealers share the tale of these oddities.
Bobby Valentine reflects on his playing days, managing in the big leagues and how tough it is for the old guard to stay in the game. Plus, he’s a big-time collector.
Forget Kris Bryant and Joc Pederson – they’re old news. The new list of youngsters to watch includes Seager, Moncada and Guerrero Jr. Dealers share others to keep an eye on in 2016 and well beyond.
There are many who consider themselves to be a die-hard collector. But do you own a 1963 Minnesota Twins shoe horn?
Hitters might want to slink away from Houston Astros Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, but he – and fans – want to see more in 2016. Fear the beard, American League!
A group of seven cards, believed to be among the rarest of the popular T206 card set, were found in a paper bag. The Ty Cobb 1909-11 T206 cards with Ty Cobb backs have since been graded and have a value of more than a million dollars.
One of two 1888 Allen & Ginter cards of Buck Ewing graded PSA 9 joins The Babe, Ty, Honus, Ted, Jackie, Willie, Mickey and more in Memory Lane’s upcoming I Own It Now catalog that opens Friday, Mar. 4. Buy or make an offer.