Looking for a great vacation idea this summer and also love baseball? Now’s your chance to enjoy the best of both worlds. A pair of “Baseball Legends” cruises is slated aboard the American Queen, where along with usual cruise perks will be the chance to hear baseball stories, seek out memorabilia and trivia contests.
In today’s spring training atmosphere, Hall of Famers walk around the ballparks unnoticed, while unproven players and minor leaguers are besieged by autograph seekers. And the signatures themselves? Ouch.
Topps will launch its first MLS collection in July. In accordance with Topps’ current offerings, collectors and soccer fans will find autographed cards, memorabilia cards and other special cards featuring MLS’ biggest stars.
With ‘42’ making headlines, we take a trip to Jackie Robinson’s early stomping grounds at Rickwood Field and in Cairo, Ga. To find some of the landmarks, you need to do your homework, or have a trusty guide.
As the Long Beach Expo approaches, more details on the event are being announced. The latest news is that Dennis Rodman will be appearing on the Saturday of the show’s run.
Meet Pete Palmer – you might not know the name, but you know his statistical work, used in many top-of-the-line references today. And no doubt you’ve devoured a few of his books.
The Blue Wave Wrapper Redemption Program and those sleek Bowman Black autograph cards will be just part of the fun of the Bowman Baseball Release on May 8.
A new documentary film on Babe Ruth and Johnny Sylvester – I’ll Knock a Homer For You: The Timeless Story of Johnny Sylvester and Babe Ruth – wins award at Garden State Film Festival in the director’s debut
Winners include Ron Keurajian, a contributor to SCD, for his work on the book Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs: A Reference Guide, released in 2012.
Doc Jacobs, an Iraq War veteran hoping to raise awareness for fellow veterans, has received his own baseball card from Upper Deck, with signed copies available in the July release of Goodwin Champions.