There are many who consider themselves to be a die-hard collector. But do you own a 1963 Minnesota Twins shoe horn?
Hitters might want to slink away from Houston Astros Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, but he – and fans – want to see more in 2016. Fear the beard, American League!
A group of seven cards, believed to be among the rarest of the popular T206 card set, were found in a paper bag. The Ty Cobb 1909-11 T206 cards with Ty Cobb backs have since been graded and have a value of more than a million dollars.
One of two 1888 Allen & Ginter cards of Buck Ewing graded PSA 9 joins The Babe, Ty, Honus, Ted, Jackie, Willie, Mickey and more in Memory Lane’s upcoming I Own It Now catalog that opens Friday, Mar. 4. Buy or make an offer.
Heritage Auctions surpasses $9.3 million in Platinum Night event, led by Clemente rookie card that hits $478,000.
A friend of a member of the Ty Cobb family unearths some rare, touching material related to the legendary Hall of Famer.
Dwight A. Chapin, 77, remembers when you could write to Ty Cobb for an autograph or get the 1952 Topps high numbers for $5.25. Read on for more hobby history from the former journalist.
Houston Tristar show features Carlos Correa, Dallas Keuchel, Paul Hornung, Don Maynard, and yet Notre Damer Rudy Ruettiger gets his time in the spotlight.
Slurpees are on the cusp of a milestone anniversary, and the cups that housed the slushy drink hosted more than baseball stars.
The 1965 Topps Football set is known primarily for QB legend Joe Namath and filled only with players from the AFL. Oh, and the set is filled with short-prints, too.