Despite flooding in Texas, Rockets and Astros stars draw fans to the autograph area, while collectors seek out Koufax, T205s
Lelands to feature ‘Deflategate’ football, original ‘Time Magazine’ cover paintings, Peck & Synder CDV and more horse racing items, this time from Man O’ War and Secretariat.
Mile High Card Co. will offer the only PSA 9 examples of Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Deacon Philippe of the E93 Standard Caramel issue as part of its July Auction.
Roosevelt Stadium might ring a bell with Brooklyn Dodger fans as part of a stadium dispute, but relics rarely surface from the edifice. A couple of stadium seats surfaced, sending the author down memory lane.
The Sugar Daddy cards of the mid-1970s gave collectors something extra to chew on, with designs that recalled sets of the past and a lineup of Hall of Famers across the major sports.
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.