Michael Sam made his debut on the sports signing circuit in Chicago, leaving fans and himself impressed with the proceedings.
A fresh look at the 1968 Topps Milton Bradley set, starting with its production origins and then diving into the cards’ peculiarities. This is one of the most obscure sets out there, and here is the most involved recap of the set and a checklist of the cards included.
Class of 2014 brings big names and big crowds to the International Boxing Hall of Fame’s silver anniversary celebration. Among those taking center stage were Oscar De La Hoya and Felix Trinadad. But many boxing greats attended the weekend event.
Operation Bullpen, the huge sports memorabilia forgery bust conducted by the FBI, was a best-seller when covered in a book by the same name by Kevin Nelson. A movie has long been in the works, something that is now closer to reality with Harlan Werner acquiring the film’s rights.
When your children ask for something, it’s usually pretty cut and dry with an answer. For Jesse Loving, when his daughter asked for Honus Wagner card, he decided to take matters into his own hands. A beautiful line of custom cards is the result.
Thrift store find, along with a signature from Arnold Palmer, makes for a perfect Masters jacket look-alike. Now, will I have success sending it to the Master locker room? Find out.
The 1934 Tour of Japan by MLB stars, including Ruth and Gehrig, is well known through books, photos and signed items. But what about the baseball cards commemorating the event? There are rare Ruth and Gehrig cards found in Japanese 1934 All American Tour sets; here’s a synopsis of the three known sets.
Upper Deck comes through again for a big-time sports fan who is battling a life-threatening disease. Enter Sam Tageson and the San Jose Sharks.
Panini’s 2014 effort for the popular brand provides a nice design with a retro look; lack of logos and team names hurts in the end
A trip to Israel showcases differences in sports, from type, popularity and adulation to autographs and trading cards. Ross Forman explains.