The organization that fosters an appreciation of American art and cultre through the context of baseball history adds three members to its Shrine in 2015: Sy Berger, Steve Bilko and Glenn Burke.
More than 500 lots of collectibles across collecting categories will be sold by Philip Weiss on May 21, including games from the sports world’s biggest stars.
Jameis Winston’s first Topps cards will appear in the ever-popular Bowman Football, which releases in June.
The document was prepared in 1933 and includes the formal signature of the famous slugger.
Heritage Auctions isn’t just growing its auction business categories, but its office space as well. The auction company announces plans to expand its New York City offices.
Topps digital programs continue to grow. Topps BUNT 2015 is now available, and Topps has provided some stunning stats. For instance, Topps BUNT players have collected more than 150 million digital baseball cards since its inception.
It’s not every day you find an 1887 relic in a used book. But one couple found an 1887 Four Base Hits John Clarkson Card in an old Bible, being used as a bookmark. Turns out it’s the only complete version to be graded in the market.
Originating from the Foxx estate, both items are being offered for the first time publicly as part of SCP’s Spring Premier Auction April 8-25: Jimmie Foxx’s 1933 American League MVP Award and 1934 Tour of Japan game-worn uniform.
Much like Ernie Banks, Minnie Minoso was a Chicago staple on the South Side, enjoying every moment he could be around baseball.
Changing the pace of play in baseball because of the short attention span of today’s younger generation rubs me the wrong way. Don’t step out of that batter’s box!