Baseball cards of New York Yankees players always sell well, but when those players are Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle the interest goes up a notch.
It may be the offseason for the NFL, but that hasn’t halted the interest in the football cards of Johnny Unitas, Terry Bradshaw and Aaron Rodgers.
It doesn’t matter what the condition of the baseball or autograph are, collectors are always on the hunt for baseballs autographed by Babe Ruth.
Sandy Koufax is the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher that receives most of the attention from collectors, but Don Drysdale isn’t too far behind.
Mike Trout has put up spectacular numbers at a young age, causing his collectibles to continually increase with each passing year.
With the MLB season about to begin, Shohei Ohtani baseball cards are being sought after by collectors and prospectors, in anticipation of him becoming a star.
The is no denying the popularity of Michael Jordan and his basketball cards, but expecting $1.5 million for a single Jordan card was a dream in one eBay auction.
Sports Collectors Digest contributing writer Larry Canale takes a look back at the 2017 online auctions sales that helped shape the sports card and memorabilia hobby.
Hank Aaron baseball cards are still one of top sellers on eBay, but the selling prices are lower than they were one year ago.
Despite playing only nine seasons in the NFL and retiring at the age of 29, Jim Brown was one of the best running backs of all-time.