The Toronto Expo is known as the best hockey show in North America, and rightly so, considering its location. But for the spring event, baseball shared some of the focus, including spotlight on Bert Campaneris and card artist Paul Madden.
Ed Lucas, the blind Emmy-winning journalist, hasn’t missed a Yankees home opener in 60 years; new book shares his story. Plus, great recollections with Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams.
Burton History Trees capture the story of a sports franchise, rooted by the societal and political atmosphere of the times. MLB, NHL and college teams coming soon.
A 35th anniversary celebration of the 1980 U.S. Men’s Hockey Team
in Lake Placid brings back memories of a milestone moment. Players share their memories from the Games – noticing that many more people than the 9,000 the stadium held said they were there.
The 2015 Daytona 500 champion sits down with SCD to discuss his collecting passion and his charitable foundation. Like his job, his collecting pursuits also surround the automotive world.
Jim Abbott, the heralded pitcher who was born without a right hand, credits his no-hitter in 1993 for instilling part of his five core values in life. He discusses his baseball career and his role as a motivational speaker.
Len Brown’s first big job at Topps involved the 1960 Topps Baseball issue; Brown details his involvement here, from writing the backs, to dealing with trades to the gray vs/ white colors.
Three shop owners explain how the move online has benefited their businesses. For some, nearly all of their business is online, while others use the medium to tout new products and upcoming promotions.
Blake Bortles didn’t know where he’d up during the 2014 NFL Draft. However, when it comes to collecting, he knows what he likes in a card and what he’ll be gathering in the future.
The Baseball HOF is hard at work during the World Series, collecting game-used artifacts from important moments and wading into the celebratory locker room for more from the championship team. Here’s the 2014 story.