Baseball Hall of Fame exhibit provides fans the opportunity to view a variety of artifacts that were used in the 2016 World Series.
Ferguson Jenkins made a name for himself in Major League Baseball, being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991. He also is an avid memorabilia collector.
Andre Dawson looks back at his time playing for the Chicago Cubs, as well as the Cubs’ journey to winning the 2016 World Series.
Lee Smith was a dominate closer for eight MLB teams during his career, racking up 478 saves, which hasn’t been enough to get him in the Baseball HOF.
Chicago resident Mike Noren has taken doodling to a new level, as he does drawings that recreate baseball cards that have been released in the past.
Chicago Cubs fans were still enjoying the excitement of a World Series victory when they embarked on the 32nd annual Cubs Convention.
Fans can now get Jake Arrieta memorabilia after the pitcher signed an exclusive collectibles and memorabilia deal with Fanatics.
There were plenty of opportunities for collectors to obtain autographs from Cubs players at the Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular.
Autographs from Eloy Jimenez, a top prospect for the Chicago Cubs, will be featured in the 2017 Bowman Baseball product set to an April 2017 release.
Despite advances in modern technology making home viewing better over the years, nothing beats being at a sporting event in person.