Johnny Murphy played on seven World Series-winning teams before turning to the front office for work. His prized Yankees items are among the rarities in the Johnny Murphy Collection presented in SCP Auctions’ upcoming sale.
Sale of Phil Todt’s contract recalls a Todt-for-Gehrig trade that never happened, all part of the long history between Red Sox, Yankees.
Ed Lucas, the blind Emmy-winning journalist, hasn’t missed a Yankees home opener in 60 years; new book shares his story. Plus, great recollections with Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams.
The document was prepared in 1933 and includes the formal signature of the famous slugger.
Jim Abbott, the heralded pitcher who was born without a right hand, credits his no-hitter in 1993 for instilling part of his five core values in life. He discusses his baseball career and his role as a motivational speaker.
A $15,000 reward is being offered for information that would solve an Oct. 8 break-in at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center. Thieves made off with two of the beloved Yankee Hall of Famer’s three Most Valuable Player Awards and several of his 10 World Championship rings.
A total of 75 lots will be featured covering everything from his multiple World Series rings to game-used bats used for personal milestones (i.e., 1,500 career hit and his 200th career home run) to team-signed New York Yankees baseballs from the 1950s.
Bernie Williams, always gracious during his 16-year career with the N.Y. Yankees, has continued his charitable efforts in retirement.
Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation has partnered with Steiner Sports to include two pairs of special edition Jordan Brand autographed cleats in Steiner’s “Derek Jeter Farewell Auction” running now through October 19.
Steiner Sports, as part of its Derek Jeter Farewell Auction, will offer more than 30 N.Y. Yankees jerseys worn on Lou Gehrig Day in 2014, with all proceeds benefiting ALS research.