Siblings have been part of Major League Baseball since the beginning, and that history has been chronicled the entire time with baseball cards.
Looking for a use for the many common baseball cards in his closet, Tim Carroll decided to cut them up and create pieces of art depicting baseball cards.
Long-time dealer Rob Rosen has brought to the attention of the Hobby that there appears to be a variation to the 1955 Topps Jackie Robinson baseball card.
With Joe DiMaggio’s autograph in high demand, autograph collectors need to be careful when purchasing them because forgeries are prevalent.
Improving the relationship between collectors and dealers can be beneficial for both parties, and collectors share thoughts on how that can be done.
Baseball cards featuring individual players tend to be most popular with collectors, but the 1968 Topps Baseball set also has unique mulit-player cards.
Football immortals converged on Canton, Ohio the first weekend of August to honor eight new Football Hall of Fame inductees.
Chris Rothe was the lucky recipient of a 1955 Bowman Mickey Mantle card from a pack break, a development that he couldn’t believe.
This year’s MLB FanFest was held in Washington D.C. in conjunction with the MLB All-Star game, and provided a lot of collectibles for collectors.
Some attendees make the trip to the National Sports Collectors Convention for cards, while others flock to the TRISTAR Autograph Pavilion.