The 37th National Sports Collectors Convention will be without founder Mike Berkus, but the show must – and will – go on. John Broggi opens up about Berkus, The National and 2016’s show in Atlantic City.
20th annual San Francisco Collectors Show celebrates California athletes, hosts unusual sports memorabilia. A report from the show.
Roger Clemens talks about prepping for a start in the shower, pitching in the World Series and his show circuit appearances. Plus, there’s that little scrum with Mike Piazza.
Hitters might want to slink away from Houston Astros Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, but he – and fans – want to see more in 2016. Fear the beard, American League!
Houston Tristar show features Carlos Correa, Dallas Keuchel, Paul Hornung, Don Maynard, and yet Notre Damer Rudy Ruettiger gets his time in the spotlight.
Once reserved for their own shows, wrestling stars, especially the likes of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, now share the same stage as ballplayers as fan favorites during mainstream sports shows.
Despite flooding in Texas, Rockets and Astros stars draw fans to the autograph area, while collectors seek out Koufax, T205s
A February sports show in Houston sounds nice, and collectors came up in force for the Tristar Productions event. A solid autograph lineup helped the cause.
The three-day show, held April 25-27 at the Cow Palace, drew more than 5,000 collectors, including a throng of red-wearing 49ers faithful when Colin Kaepernick, head coach Jim Harbaugh and stars such as Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman and Frank Gore, among others, signed autographs.
The autograph pavilion at the National Convention is a bustling place. With more than 90 signers in 2013, the activity was greater than ever. If you wanted one “regular item” signed by every guest at the 2013 National, it would have cost $5,640.