Brooks Robinson is making artifacts from his playing career and personal life available to the public, including MVP Award, championship rings, jerseys, Gold Glove awards and more, with all proceeds going to charity.
Worthridge delivers another round of athlete collections, dating
to the pre-1950s, along with sweet ABA game-worn jerseys, early team photos and more Reggie White items.
The online selling world was abuzz over Yogi Berra’s death, but selling prices are still affordable. Plus news on Willie Mays and Jim “Catfish” Hunter.
An annual tradition for the champions, a trip to the White House means bearing gifts for the respective sports teams. What does the President get and how much does he actually keep?
The 1952 Wheaties cards give collectors many options in terms of stars from different sports, similar to the Goudey Sport Kings. The shape you’ll find the cards in, however, is all over the place.
Mile High Card Co. is offering PSA 8 examples of 1951Bowman Mantle and 1952 Topps Mantle, along with a PSA 7 1953 Stahl-Meter Mantle in a bounty of Mantles in the sale, along with PSA Set Registry gems.
Jerome Bettis leads Class of 2015 at Pro Football Hall of Fame, plus
side trips to the Bridgestone Classic and a Tim Brown signing make for one exciting late summer weekend in Ohio. Here’s a recap.
Taking a spin around online auctions, Larry Canale spotlights the Mets starting pitchers, some big-money altered cards, Willie Mays and a running back looking to get back to hobby prominence, Adrian Peterson.
Focus on licensing and lighting in regard to Topps basketball cards with Butch Jacobs, the former directory of photography for the company. Why the backward jerseys and what exactly are “bathroom” shots?
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah brings renewed interest in horse racing, following big prices paid for Secretariat items this year. Is horse racing on the public’s radar once again?