Former AP sportswriter Dan Schlossberg concludes his review of the top baseball books that were released in 2016, as well as honorable mentions.
Joe Sinnott has used his love of baseball and talent of a Hall of Fame illustrator to create many drawings of baseball HOF players.
High-end trading cards such as a 1933 Goudey Napoleon Lajoie PSA 6 card and rare photos, including a 1915 photo of Babe Ruth are offered by Memory Lane.
SCD columnist Doug Koztoski takes a closer look at the “wish” books from Sears from the 1960s that had kids dreaming of Christmas presents.
Aaron Rodgers collectibles are once again moving up collectors’ want list as he have moved into MVP contention, reports Larry Canale.
Former AP sportswriter Dan Schlossberg ranks and reviews the top 25 baseball books that were released in 2016 that baseball fans will enjoy.
Heritage Auctions has a World Series Press pin from 1911 up for auction during its Platinum Night sports collectibles auction in February.
The most coveted and precious baseball memorabilia is showcased in the book, Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game’s Greatest Heroes and Moments.
The Toronto Sportcard & Memorabilia Expo recently held another successful show, highlighted by a change in management and lots of autographs.
With the release of 2016 Topps Transcendent Baseball it becomes the most premium trading card product ever released in the tracing card market.