October is the time of the year when the playoffs begin for Major League Baseball, and also the time when memories are made for a lifetime.
Steve Tingwall, a hobby shop owner in Vancouver, Washington, received the surprise of a lifetime when he opened a box of 2017 Panini National Treasures Baseball and pulled a card containing cut signatures of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.
A collector who lost autographed memorabilia at a recent show is asking the collecting community for its help in recovering the items.
By sharing stories about things that they treasure, Antique Trader Nostalgic Treasures contest participants have the chance to win prizes.
One of the things I enjoy doing is perusing through photos of cards that are pulled from new sports trading card releases. I like seeing what the cards look like, but I also enjoy looking at the autographed cards and …
Sports Collectors Digest Editor Bert Lehman takes a look at the impact Operation Bullpen has had on the autograph hobby since the FBI busts.
The game-used memorabilia hobby has made headlines after allegations surfaced that items provided by Eli Manning were not game-used.
Sports Collectors Digest Editor Bert Lehman takes a look at the impact Upper Deck has had and is having on collectibles industries.
Ever since collectors began realizing baseball cards have value, especially rookie cards, there has been an annual chase for the cards of the tops rookies expected to make Major League rosters out of Spring Training. When only a few card …
The 1981 Topps Traded Baseball card set included many players who played in the 1982 World Series, as well as Sixto Lezcano.