The question follows former Cleveland Browns kicker Don Cockroft to this day – why didn’t you kick it? – so he decided to write about it and and the 1980 season. Here is a SCD exclusive interview with Cockroft talking about the kick, his career and who he considers to be the best kickers today.
The January Goldin Auctions sale will include the first 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII player ring to hit the market, along with 1958 Colts NFL Championship Ring, 2000 Ravens Super Bowl Ring and more. Bidding kicks off Jan. 13.
From Mark Fidrych to Willie Stargell, 2013′s baseball books cover nearly every topic imaginable – and they are all fun to read! Here’s the conclusion to SCD’s annual Best of the Year list.
A challenge for Baseball Hall of Fame autograph collectors is nabbing signatures of the Spink and Frick Award winners. Here are some of the tough ones to get and which baseball card set features some of the signatures.
In an auction that ends Jan. 29, Clean Sweep is offering a Joe Jackson/Buck Weaver signed baseball, a 1954 Johnston Cookie uncut sheet and other big names collectors love going after.
Still shaking off the impact of Hurricane Sandy, Philip Weiss announced early 2014 auction schedule that includes a sports sale ending Jan. 18.
Not many collectors found the 1972 Topps Football 3rd Series in their stores. More than 40 years later, they are still looking. Here is a review of the popular high numbers from that set.
Lelands kicks off 2014 with a bang: T206 Honus Wagner, Jackie Robinson’s ROY Award, Laettner jersey, Schoendienst Collection, Juan Gonzalez Collection, Floyd Patterson Collection and items related to Abraham Lincoln, Jim Thorpe and many more.
Leaf ends 2013 with a bang, releasing Sports Heroes that features stars (and their autographs) covering 12 different sports.
A lifelong Mantle fan is offering his entire collection through Mears Auctions, which includes Mantle contracts, awards and even a custom motorcycle. Two more auctions will take place later in January and into February.