George Vreckek takes a look back at Sy Berger, who had a hand in creating some of the most vintage sports cards created by Topps.
A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card become first post-World War II sports card to sell for more than $1 million when a PSA 8.5 example sold for $1,135,250.
Whether it is in auction house auctions or online sales, Ty Cobb trading cards continue to demand high dollars from collectors.
The game-worn glove that Bill Buckner used during the 1986 World Series sold for a final price of $106,575 in Goldin Auctions’ October Legends Auction.
Chicago Cubs sports memorabilia and trading cards have seen an increase in interest during the team’s run to the World Series title.
Of all those to make the Major Leagues from Puerto Rico, Roberto Clemente remains the most popular with fans in Puerto Rico.
By John McMurray The 1971 Topps baseball set ushered in the modern era of baseball cards. In contrast to cards with white borders, which had characterized most baseball card sets up to that point, Topps’ black-bordered cards represented its boldest …
The 1991 World Series if often debated as being one of the best ever.
Known for his many paintings, Norman Rockwell also shared the spirit of baseball in a few of them which are displayed at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
There is a lot to like about tobacco cards, including the fact that they can serve as a ‘gateway collectible’, as contributor Tom Edwards explains