Newly inducted Baseball Hall of Famers take part on Baseball Hall of Fame Roundtable event and share their thoughts about induction day.
After a long and memorable major league career Jim Thome was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible.
Vladimir Guerrero was notorious for being able to hit pitches that were out of the strike zone, and it helped earn him a trip to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A visit to Florida during spring training can provide collectors with plenty of opportunities to obtain autographs from major league veterans as well as future stars currently in the minor leagues.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is releasing 12 bobbleheads commemorating MLB teams that have won multiple World Series crowns.
John Schuerholz didn’t achieve his goal of being a major league ballplayer, but he did enjoy a HOF career as a major league general manager.
Brooks Robinson is making artifacts from his playing career and personal life available to the public, including MVP Award, championship rings, jerseys, Gold Glove awards and more, with all proceeds going to charity.
Earl Weaver, Cal Ripken Jr. and Eddie Murray always hold a special place for this auction thanks to their Triple-A connection to Rochester, N.Y. Plus, now is the time to get those golf autograph requests – it’s Masters week.
Maryland sculptor Toby Mendez carves out great sports art that is on display at Baltimore’s Camden Yards. Mendez has created statues of Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer, Brooks Robinson and Frank Robinson.