This year’s MLB FanFest was held in Washington D.C. in conjunction with the MLB All-Star game, and provided a lot of collectibles for collectors.
Some attendees make the trip to the National Sports Collectors Convention for cards, while others flock to the TRISTAR Autograph Pavilion.
Sports Collectors Digest columnist Arnold Bailey takes a look at some of the top keystone combos in the history of Major League Baseball.
When 2018 Topps Finest Baseball hits the market collectors will find a modern card design and plenty of autographs to chase after.
Collectors of sports memorabilia will collect just about anything sports related, and an item that is seeing an increased interest from collectors is game tickets that feature an image of a player on them.
Despite Mother Nature sending some challenges, the Toronto Sport Card and Memorabilia Expo went on as scheduled once again bringing dealers and collectors together.
Sports Collectors Digest freelance writer Dan Schlossberg shares his list of the best 50 baseball books that were published in 2017.
Baseball Hall of Fame Weekend, held in Cooperstown, provided collectors and fans with opportunities to obtain collectibles and autographs.
Attendees at the 2017 National Sports Collectors Convention will have plenty of autograph signers to chase after in Chicago.
By David Moriah If it’s true, as some say, that baseball is a dying sport, they forgot to tell the 50,000 or so fans who rallied in Cooperstown on the weekend of July 23-24 for the annual Baseball Hall of …