October is the time of the year when the playoffs begin for Major League Baseball, and also the time when memories are made for a lifetime.
Newly inducted Baseball Hall of Famers take part on Baseball Hall of Fame Roundtable event and share their thoughts about induction day.
When Trevor Hoffman was in the Cincinnati Reds organization he was switched from a shortstop to a pitcher, a move that eventually led to the Hall of Fame.
Less than a week after Baseball Treasure announced it was releasing a set of 30 copper baseball coins, one of the 15 gold coin redemption cards was found.
With the odds stacked against him, Vinny Rottino put together a long minor league career that included several short stints in the big leagues.
Bud Selig never intended to become the commissioner of Major League Baseball but wound up spending 22-plus years in the position.
Despite advances in modern technology making home viewing better over the years, nothing beats being at a sporting event in person.
When I came to the office for my first day of work on Oct. 3, as the new editor of Sports Collectors Digest, one of the first things that was said to me was how the readers and freelance writers …
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.
The MLB Network’s “Baseball Seasons” telecast caught my eye when the focus was on the 1982 season, ending with a St. Louis Cardinals victory over the Milwaukee Brewers in the World Series.