A day after Baseball Hall of Fame weekend, the inductees took part in a roundtable discussion to talk about their careers and the induction experience.
Hobby veterans Jeff Copeland and Ron Britt take collectors around the show floor of the 2017 National Sports Collectors Convention, sharing what they found.
The Platinum Night Sports Auction recently hosted by Heritage Auction was paced by a 1948 Norman Rockwell Orignal Study which sold for $1.68 million.
With a month left in the MLB season, Giancarlo Stanton has gone on a home run binge and has now surpassed 50 homers on the season.
SCD columnist T.J. Schwartz shares his experience with an eBay listing that he felt was stolen and placed on another website.
Mile High Card Company is once again hosting an auction that is loaded with unopened boxes and packs of sports and non-sports cards products.
A Ty Cobb T206 card that was part of the “Lucky 7 Find” sold in a Memory Lane auction for $228,000. It’s the second time the card has been sold.
Case breaking was first introduced at the National Sports Collectors Convention around 2012, and has grown each year that the National has been held.
Bud Selig never intended to become the commissioner of Major League Baseball but wound up spending 22-plus years in the position.
John Schuerholz didn’t achieve his goal of being a major league ballplayer, but he did enjoy a HOF career as a major league general manager.