Goldin Auctions’ live event during the National Convention on July 31 will feature items from the Andre Dawson collection, including his 1987 NL MVP Award and his 1982 Gold Glove Award.
Dick Nen’s debut homer helped clinch pennant for the Dodgers in 1963, and then . . . his name became a footnote in baseball history.
Sale of Phil Todt’s contract recalls a Todt-for-Gehrig trade that never happened, all part of the long history between Red Sox, Yankees.
Masanori Murakami had a short-lived career with the Giants and mixed success back in Japan. But MLB’s first Japanese player has a new book available and a signing tour planned for this summer.
Grey Flannel’s Summer Games auction headlined by 1961-62 Wilt Chamberlain, 1960s Bill Russell jerseys, championship rings and much more.
A few uncataloged cards turned up at the 2014 National Convention in Cleveland, and a collector grabbed three more online from the obscure Prize Frankies Cleveland Indians card set.
All base sets are numbered to 199 copies and will contain two rare randomly inserted bonus cards of one Orange parallel, numbered to just three copies, and one Gold parallel, an exclusive one-of-a-kind card.
In the final installment of George Vrechek’s “Collect it All” series, the author looks at collecting vintage hockey, boxing, golf and other sports cards, breaking down the total available in the market. At the end, see what collecting level you are at with your collection.
Albersheim’s June auction filled with championship rings and rare Hall of Fame autographs, including Nagurski, Four Horsemen and Joe Carr.
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.