By Greg Bates It’s a story Tim Wendel won’t soon forget. While working on his book, “Down to the Last Pitch,” which details the iconic 1991 World Series with the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves, Wendel was able to interview …
By Ross Forman His home was filled with way too much sports memorabilia, relics from an illustrious, Hall of Fame career from 1968-1985 that included stints with three teams: the Oakland A’s, San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers. So, a …
More than 200 incredible lots from the late Dodger great Don Drysdale’s personal memorabilia go up for bid in April courtesy of SCP Auctions. Rings, jerseys and Cy Young Awards all included.
A book review of ‘Intangiball: The Subtle Things That Win Baseball Games.’ A bit cerebral? Perhaps, but still a fascinating baseball read.
Topps World Series cards from the 1970s added sharper images, but celebrating baseball’s championship soon fell by the wayside. Here’s a look at the Fall Classic through cardboard in the 1970s.
One of the draws for baseball collectors in the 1960s was Topps’ World Series cards, offering highlights and additional star cards of Mickey Mantle, Sandy Koufax, Roger Maris and a host of others.
For modern World Series artifacts, Curt Schilling’s bloody sock from the 2004 World Series is one of the most memorable. The sock is going from the Baseball Hall of Fame to the auction block, courtesy of Heritage Auctions, in its February sale.
The Baseball Hall of Fame has some new material on display featuring World Series artifacts from the San Francisco Giants. The items are on display in the ‘Autumn Glory’ exhibit, with a Giants Day celebration planned for 2013.
Stuff McInnis, a four-time World Series champ with the Philadelphia Athletics and other teams, had pieces of his memorabilia collection go on the block. Hosted by Kaminski Auctions, the group brought $46,800.
Fleer World Series sets: Offbeat, vintage Fall Classic cards with Laughlin art still on target with collectors.