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.
The last known glove worn by Jackie Robinson isn’t the only game-used artifact drawing attention from Steiner Sports. The firm’s “Ground-Breaking” Auction also hosts jerseys from Stan Musial, Gil Hodges and Walter Payton, along with some memorable balls linked to Babe Ruth.
When Steiner Sports puts on an auction, they don’t mess around. The latest lineup features 1,866 lots, headlined by a Jackie Robinson game-used glove, but includes price points to satisfy nearly any collector.
Steiner Sports adds the Hall of Fame wide receiver to its roster of 60 NFL greats, creating Ohio St. and Minnesota Vikings collectibles, along with photos that will hit the market for the first time.
Steiner Sports has announced a massive three-day celebration in honor of its 25th anniversary. More than two dozen athletes are expected to participate in a variety of endeavors, with non-profit charities receiving the biggest benefits of all.
Adding to the the Steiner 25th anniversary celebration is a stellar auction that now includes items from the personal collection of Bob Knight, such as his championship rings and Olympic gold medal. This is joined by Don Larsen’s “perfect game” jersey.
A 29-year-old Steiner Sports employee is charged with stealing money and gift cards from the New Rochelle, N.Y., company.