The jersey Mike Piazza wore during the first Mets home game after 9/11 in which he hit the game-winning home run sold privately for $365,000. The jersey will be on a rotating display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, the 9/11 Memorial Museum and Citi Field.
Right-handed catcher’s glove used by “The Babe” circa 1912 at St. Mary’s Industrial School for Boys to be sold at Premium Live Auction on April 30 at the New York Yankees Steakhouse in New York City courtesy of Goldin Auctions.
Nearly 80 lots comprise The Babe Ruth Auction by Goldin Auction, with all of the items connected to Babe Ruth, from game-used bats, contracts, trading cards, ticket stubs to photos, personal items and advertisements. Proceeds will benefit the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum.
As Super Bowl 50 looms on the horizon, here are some Super Bowl rings that caught the public’s eye when they were sold at auction. From The Fridge to Lawrence Taylor, the prices these rings drew was hefty.
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.
Mike Berkus, the founder and director of the National Sports Collectors Convention, passed away Nov. 20 after a brief battle with brain cancer. He was 69.
Michael Jordan’s final regular season Bulls jersey sets record at $173,240, leading a nearly $3 million sale by Goldin Auctions. A 1916 D329 Weil Baking Co. #151 Babe Ruth rookie card topped $89,000.
Goldin Auctions October Legends & Americana Auction is offering nearly 1,000 lots of historic baseball memorabilia for sale from Oct. 19-Nov. 14, including the only known game-used ball from the 1918 World Series, a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Rookie Card (PSA 6), a one-of-a-kind 1952 Topps high number 25-card uncut sheet and items from the estate of Hall of Famer Al Simmons.
Goldin Auctions has been named the Official Auction House of the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum and Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards. The agreement runs through 2035 and will include auctions on notable anniversaries from The Babe’s career.
National Sports Collectors Convention filled with giveaways, access to unique memorabilia and plenty of exclusive trading cards courtesy if card manufacturers. The hobby’s five-day main event is ready to kick off in Rosemont, Ill.