The latest SCP Auctions sale didn’t need any hype – the line of sports memorabilia spoke volumes on its own with the personal collections of Rollie Fingers, George Sisler, Chris Mullin, Bret Saberhagen, John Havlicek and Steve Garvey.
Students from the Kennedy High School Student Government in Bellmore, N.Y., wanted to do something to help victims from Hurricane Sandy, and they have enlisted Hall of Fame running back Curtis Martin to help.
In honor of fostering an appreciation of American art and culture through the context of baseball history, Manny Mota, Lefty O’Doul and Eddie Feigner have been selected for induction into the Shrine of the Eternals by the Baseball Reliquary.
Check out this compilation video of great sports moments and see how many you remember. The nearly 7 minutes of run time will go by very quickly!
The Pilot Issue is planned for July with bi-monthly issues following for the rest of year.
SCP Auctions’ mega sale wraps up this weekend, featuring the personal collections of John Havlicek, Chris Mullin, Steve Garvey, George Sisler, Bret Saberhagen and Rollie Fingers. The athletes’ personal and team awards are included, offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to grab these treasures.
One of the headline items in SCP Auctions’ current sale, the jersey reportedly worn by Reggie Jackson in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series, has been withdrawn from the sale regarding inconsistencies with the “NY” logo and the pinstripes based on video footage from the game.
The Mickey Vernon Museum needed a new home, and organizers have found one at the Granite Run Mall in Media, Pa. Admission is free, with the museum open Tuesday through Saturday.
For those with the pocket change – close to $10,000 – there is an opportunity to take the ultimate baseball trip, visiting MLB parks, historic spots, the All-Star Game festivities, the Baseball HOF and more, all while sitting in the lap of luxury.
A SCD reader has enlisted help identifying a player on a cosmetic mirror. Is this a young Joe Jackson? If anyone has any ideas, stand up and shout.