As Derek Jeter Heads for home, his memorabilia surges in popularity and price to rival other Yankees greats. What’s selling and where can you get it? Everything gets funneled, seemingly, through one man.
When an athlete’s collectible popularity goes south, shop dealers local and nationwide feel the impact and adjust. Here is what some dealers are doing with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson memorabilia.
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.
Steiner Sports’ Unbreakable Auction is no live, led by a 1951 Joe DiMaggio bat and an autograph book with more than 80 signatures, many from the baseball’s all-time greats.
In a sale live now and ending Dec. 9, Steiner Sports is offering the Deacon Jones Collection, including individual championship rings and awards, along with 63 items in the Mariano Rivera Farewell Collection.
Brandon Steiner, founder and CEO of Steiner Sports, will be named the Humanitarian of the Year by the T.J. Martell Foundation for his charitable efforts.
The Yankee Stadium sendoff is this Sunday for Mariano Rivera. However, Steiner Sports has got you covered beyond that with a bevy of Mariano Rivera “farewell” items. Many are uniquely inscribed and limited in number.
The beauty of a Steiner Sports auction is that you can spend tens of thousands of dollars on premier items, like a Lou Gehrig single-signed ball if you have the means the desire. But you can also get some great signed pieces for under $100, too. There are thousands of possibilities available right now.
Steiner Sports knew it had the goods with Jackie Robinson game-used items, including his last glove ($373,000) and bat ($114,000). Other top items include a Mickey Mantle signed contract and a 1924 World Series ticket signed by numerous Hall of Famers.