The first MLB All-Star Game was played in 1933 and since that time some of its most memorable moments have been commemorated on baseball cards.
When a die-hard collector dies and they don’t have a plan for their collection, it leaves their family wondering what to do with it.
It was once again proven that all types of Babe Ruth collectibles sell for big bucks, when a dual signed personal check sold on eBay for $25,000.
The 1961 Golden Press Hall of Fame set features cards of a variety of Hall of Fame baseball players in a many unique poses.
Mike Trout has put up spectacular numbers at a young age, causing his collectibles to continually increase with each passing year.
Sports Collectors Digest contributing writer Larry Canale takes a look back at the 2017 online auctions sales that helped shape the sports card and memorabilia hobby.
QR code technology gives sports memorabilia collectors a unique opportunity to to add video highlights to their memorabilia collections.
A game used jersey from Jackie Robinson’s rookie season sold for a record $2.05 in a recent auction hosted by Heritage Auctions.
Collectors of vintage game used jerseys will have plenty to chase after in the current auction being hosted by Heritage Auctions.
More than 40 years later, collectors are still chasing after the 7-Eleven Slurpee Baseball cups that were available in the 1970s.