These are considered the first ever pre-Air Jordan gamers to hit the hobby. He only wore this style of shoe during the early portion of his rookie campaign before switching full time to Air Jordans later in the season.
Playing Monday morning quarterback with a 15-year-old list of the 20th century’s most collectible athletes. Is it right this time? A 21st century edition of the most sought-after athletes in the memorabilia market. Ruth tops the list, of course.
Everyone wants the stars when it comes to autographs. Forgers are happy to oblige. PSA/DNA has released its annual Top 10 Most Dangerous Autographs list, and Mike Trout is added to the list.
In addition to the Christy Walsh Family collection of rare photos already announced, Memory Lane has revealed the rest of the detail on its Winter Auction, which include the Gary Hughes Collection of cards, unopened wax boxes, high-grade singles and plenty of Babe Ruth memorabilia.
The latest Huggins & Scott auction is headlined by the “Don Sparks Collection” – a long-time collector from Cleveland. Don is selling his prized collection featuring autographs, cards and memorabilia from the past century.
Grant DePorter – known for blowing up the ‘Bartman Ball’ – helps launch the Chicago Sports Museum, part of the Harry Caray restaurant chain. Inside you’ll find Caray’s glasses, Jordan’s jerseys and the remnants of the most famous ball in Chicago history.
Grey Flannel Holiday Auction includes game-used relics from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Arnold Palmer, Peyton Manning and special items from Julius Erving. Bidding ends Dec. 17.
Upper Deck’s Ultimate Man Cave Contest searches for the five best man caves in North America to help decorate with exclusive memorabilia.
Muggsy Bogues, formerly the NBA’s mighty mini mite, signs through the mail and has plenty of display-worthy photos, including those with Manute Bol and Michael Jordan.
Sylvia Fowles of the Chicago Sky adds paint presence, an Olympic pedigree and defensive dominance on the court, and plenty of signatures off of it.