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DALLAS – A 1937 Lou Gehrig game-worn New York Yankees jersey, shown above, emerged as the top lot of Heritage Auctions’ Sports Platinum Night Memorabilia Auction, selling for a whopping $2.58 million — the highest price ever achieves at auction … Read More

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Mickey Mantle said WHAT when asked what his favorite moment at Yankee Stadium was? Brace yourself for his answer to Bob Fishel in 1972 when Fishel was putting together his 50th Anniversary of Yankee Stadium book. Check out the forum chatter about Mantle's response by clicking here.

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"Mickey Mantle: Memories and Memorabilia" examines the remarkable career of The Mick, sprinkling in hundreds of pieces of his memorabilia and giving his fans the chance to voice their memories of the legendary slugger. Available now!

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On the Cover, In Our Hearts

Friday, August 9th, 2019

by Paul Kennedy Even in celebration, as we do with this issue of SCD commemorating the Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, we are reminded of how fragile life is, even for the giants who walk among us. Roy Halladay … Read More

Farewell as editor of SCD & new owners provide SCD a new beginning

Friday, July 26th, 2019

Sports Collectors Digest editor Bert Lehman gives a farewell as editor of the magazine, while also signaling a new beginning for SCD because of new owners. Read More

The Starr of a collection

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

Bert Lehman, editor of Sports Collectors Digest, shares why his beat-up 1968 Topps Football card of Bart Starr is one of his favorite cards. Read More

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