A Lou Gehrig game worn jersey that is photo matched to his 1937 season was recently made available to the Hobby and sold by SCP Auctions.
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.
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.
The Spring Fever Auction hosted by Steiner Auctions is loaded with Mickey Mantle trading cards from a variety of years, including a miscut 1952 Topps card.
As Aaron Boone starts his first season as the manager of the New York Yankees, he shares his thoughts about the Yankees and collecting sports memorabilia.
A visit to Florida during spring training can provide collectors with plenty of opportunities to obtain autographs from major league veterans as well as future stars currently in the minor leagues.
The Lelands.com Classic Auction is headlined by a game-used Babe Ruth bat that may have been used for his famous “Called Shot” home run in the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
Sports Collectors Digest freelance writer Dan Schlossberg shares his list of the best 50 baseball books that were published in 2017.
A Type 1 photo from 1915 featuring Babe Ruth and the rest of the Boston Red Sox starting pitching staff recently sold on eBay for $52,500.
Lou Gehrig’s 1931 Yankees contract and Derek Jeter’s scouting report from 1992 were top sellers in the “Yankee Legends” auction.