Led by one of the finest single-signed Babe Ruth baseballs in existence, an incredibly rare Franklin D. Roosevelt single-signed OAL (Harridge) ball inscribed to Clark Griffith and attributed to Opening Day 1937 and a complete 1952 Topps set rated No. 10 on the PSA Set Registry, Mile High Card Co. kicks off its latest auction.
Upward of 100 outstanding lots from former Milwaukee Brewers superstar Robin Yount will be up for bid through SCP Auctions, ranging from both his “3,000th Hit” bat and baseball (Sept. 9, 1992) to multiple game-worn Brewers jerseys.
Following the ‘53 season, Brooklyn Skipper Charlie Dressen insisted on a multi-year contract to continue as Dodgers’ skipper. Brooklyn Owner Walter O’Malley balked at the demand and to everyone’s surprise chose the little known Walter Alston to pilot the club. Four World Series titles later…..
Fifty-three lots items from Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, including his 1984 Olympic uniform, first MLB hit baseball, game-used jerseys, bats helmets and more up for auction through January 30 courtesy of Goldin Auctions.
Worthridge is offering another round of athlete collections in its latest sale, featuring artifacts from Moses Malone, Craig Hodges and Tony Galbreath, among others.
SCP Auctions is offering a cut-up jersey of Ben Roethlisberger, from when he was removed from the field in a stretcher during a game, among other items from the quarterback. Proceeds will go toward canine units and service dogs.
SCP Auctions is presenting a pair of extremely rare game-worn uniforms from the final season campaigns of two New York Yankees legends – Joe DiMaggio (1951) and Thurman Munson (1979). Bidding is set to surpass $250K total for the two uniforms with bidding ending Dec. 5.
Grey Flannel Auctions trots out game-used jerseys across the major sports, rare signed baseballs, NBA awards and more. Looks for examples from Favre, Jeter, Pete Rose, Gretzky, Butkus and hundreds more.
Records fell by the wayside for three Hall of Famers in Grey Flannel’s $2 million Summer Games auction. Game-worn relics from Johnny Unitas, Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell all topped six figures in the sale.
More than 500 lots of collectibles across collecting categories will be sold by Philip Weiss on May 21, including games from the sports world’s biggest stars.