Sports Collectors Digest takes a look at the top rookie cards of the modern era that have been influential in the trading card hobby.
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 …
From one ballplayer to another: A proud papa remembers the Hall of Fame career of son Ken Griffey Jr.
Ken Griffey Jr. caps off a stellar career with the Mariners’ first HOF plaque, although the hat will not be worn backward. Junior reflects on his career, playing with his dad and the Mariners success.
Mike Piazza’s Orientation Visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame brings the significance of his election to the forefront. In an exclusive interview, Piazza opens up about his career and his place among baseball immortals.
The newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame are Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza. Griffey Jr. was named on all but three ballots, the highest percentage to date.
Cooperstown hosted a Top 5 crowd in its history for the induction of John Smoltz, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and Craig Biggio, and the action was just as hot in the village, where 49 living Hall of Fame members were present for signings.
The Kindler Collection of rare football jerseys collection shows strength in fall catalog auction, totaling $450,000 for Heritage Auctions, as part of its $7.15 million sale.
Upper Deck turned the hobby on its head in 1989, led by the signature card for the modern-era collector – Ken Griffey Jr.
The iconic Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card from 1989 kicked everything off for Upper Deck. Now 25 years later, the company is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a commemorative card set and giveaways planned throughout the year.