A book review of ‘Intangiball: The Subtle Things That Win Baseball Games.’ A bit cerebral? Perhaps, but still a fascinating baseball read.
In the mid-1970s, Wonder Bread and football cards combined for a fun ‘snack’; feast on a flashback of the flavorable find.
The second part of a two-part series looking at the print runs of 1953 Topps Baseball looks at the final printing, but questions remain. New conclusions and why SPs and DPs are mis-named for this set.
Lelands offering Jackie Robinson’s HOF plaque, George Wright’s 1868 medal, Olympic gear and more horse racing specialties. Bidding ends Jan. 8.
The 1935 letter written by John Heisman that provided the parameters for the college football award that is honored in his name will be offered by Heritage, along with other Heisman Trophy-related collectibles.
Latest Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular in Rosemont featured baseball’s top rookies, canvas prints and plenty of collectibles. Report from the show floor.
The Topps Co. has added a high-profile hurler to its Topps Authentics lineup. Topps has reached an exclusive memorabilia deal with New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino.
SCP Auctions is in the history books with a record-selling price for a George Mikan rookie card. The 1948 Bowman, graded PSA 10, sold for $403,664, putting the card among the highest-selling of all-time.
Revisiting the 1953 Topps Baseball set with an in-depth two-part look at print runs, matching ink and overpriced cards. The first part looks at the first three printings and scarce cards that aren’t.
Toronto Sports Card Expo celebrates its 25th season of shows, boosted by new hockey HOF members and success of Blue Jays in 2015. Al Sinclair shares some of his thoughts.