Lee Smith was a dominate closer for eight MLB teams during his career, racking up 478 saves, which hasn’t been enough to get him in the Baseball HOF.
Sports Collectors Digest columnist Larry Canale reports Aaron Judge collectibles continue to sell for higher and higher amounts.
The Bobby Orr Fan Club provided fans of Orr the opportunity to receive unique collectibles while following their favorite player.
Vin Scully began his broadcasting career with the Dodgers in 1950, and continued to call games through 2016, when he retired after the season.
Morphy Auctions has created a new sports memorabilia division and will host is first sports memorabilia auction in October.
“Mantle Monday” is offered by Panini America, which includes trading cards highlighting milestones in Mickey Mantle’s storied career.
The online sales of a variety of Mickey Mantle collectibles, not just baseball cards, have been in high demand by collectors.
PSA has announced that it has introduced a new label and new technology to its labels that are used in its slabs that encapsulate graded cards.
A photo that was used for Lou Gehrig’s 1933 Goudey baseball card sold in a Heritage Auctions auction for a final price of $60,000.
Autograph chasers have been known to go to great lengths in order to in order to obtain autographs from Hollywood celebrities.