With little jabs at the hobby here and there, Bill Simmons and fellow writer Rembert Browne take on The National, making the rounds and commenting all the while.
The National’s return to Cleveland after five years posted positive results, with good crowds through the first four days and plenty activity on the floor.
Bob Lemke did the dirty work and Keith Olbermann shared with the world : the missing players from the 1953 Topps Baseball set are revealed.
Baseball has a long history, and never will that be more apparent than in upcoming sales by Goldin Auctions and SCP Auctions when the companies offer items produced before World War and attached to a pair of big names.
The N.Y. Daily News reports that Mark Theotikosis, formerly of Mastro Auctions, will be changing his plea, and John Rogers is facing a lawsuit over failed payment of the George Burke & George Brace Collection of photos.
Lelands has composed a “Million Dollar Hit List” for the National Convention. The target is for some super rare Cleveland Indians jerseys.
Robert Stephen Simon left behind a lasting legacy in many artistic mediums, along with an inventory of thousands of items.
Merging social media with the current autograph craze, Chatograph offering unique fan/sports star interaction.
There have been some great finishes to sporting events over the years. In his latest book, “The Sports Finish Index: The Essential Sports Reference Guide,” Howard Peretz rates them and provides his pick for No. 1 overall.
If you submit cards to third-party grading services and don’t truly know the ins and outs of the final grade, Dave & Adam’s has provided an excellent Card Grading 101 tutorial.