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1920 Game-Used Babe Ruth Jersey Sells for Record $4.4 Million

1920 Game-Used Babe Ruth Jersey Sells for Record $4.4 Million

A 1920 New York Yankees jersey worn by Babe Ruth sold for a record $4.4 million. Get all the details on the sale, including the winning bidder. We’ve also got other highlights from the same auction, including other game-used Ruth pieces, Lawrence Taylor’s 1991 Super Bowl ring and Dmitri Young’s collection of Gem Mint 10 rookie cards.

Babe Ruth Memorabilia on Display at Long Beach Expo

Babe Ruth Memorabilia on Display at Long Beach Expo

More than $300,000 worth of Babe Ruth memorabilia will be on display at the Long Beach Expo, which runs May 31 to June 2. Highlights include an autographed bat, baseball cards and one of Ruth’s paychecks.

Complete 2012 MLB Bobblehead Giveaway Schedule and Guide

Complete 2012 MLB Bobblehead Giveaway Schedule and Guide

Find out if your favorite baseball team or player has a bobblehead promotion this season with our complete 2012 MLB Bobblehead Giveaway Guide. Includes dates, players, teams and more.

2012 National Autograph Lineup Led by Cal Ripken Jr.

2012 National Autograph Lineup Led by Cal Ripken Jr.

Cal Ripken Jr, Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith and a handful of members of the Big Red Machine headline the list of initial signers for the 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention, which takes place August 1-5 in Baltimore.

2011 World Series Gear Headed to Baseball Hall of Fame

2011 World Series Gear Headed to Baseball Hall of Fame

Several key memorabilia pieces from the 2011 World Series are headed to the Hall of Fame. Items include the shredded remains of David Freese’s Game 6 jersey and a pair of cleats worn by Albert Pujols in Game 3.

St. Louis Cardinals 2011 World Series Memorabilia Highlights

St. Louis Cardinals 2011 World Series Memorabilia Highlights

Within minutes of the World Series ending, companies were already releasing Cardinals-themed collectibles and memorabilia. Check out some of the highlights.

Babe Ruth Rookie Card Sells for $100,000

Babe Ruth Rookie Card Sells for $100,000

A 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth rookie card highlighted sales in Memory Lane Inc’s “I Own it Now” event. Check out some of the prices realized for several classic cards and high-end pieces of sports memorabilia.

Shocker! 1986 World Series Ball Fails to Sell for $1 Million

Shocker! 1986 World Series Ball Fails to Sell for $1 Million

The infamous 1986 World Series ball booted by Bill Buckner failed to sell on the event’s 25th anniversary. The seller had been asking for a million dollars.

Rally Squirrel Mania Brings Big Bucks

Rally Squirrel Mania Brings Big Bucks

It’s not a bird that’s inspiring the St. Louis Cardinals during their World Series run. Instead, it’s a squirrel. Savvy entrepreneurs are cashing in, churning out thousands of different pieces of Rally Squirrel memorabilia.

Own the Ultimate Piece of Rafael Palmeiro Memorabilia: His House

Own the Ultimate Piece of Rafael Palmeiro Memorabilia: His House

Want the ultimate piece of Rafael Palmeiro memorabilia? He’s putting one of his homes up for sale to help pay off debts from a failed business venture.

Coming to Card Show Near You: 1986 Mets, Pete Rose and More

Coming to Card Show Near You: 1986 Mets, Pete Rose and More

If you’re on the East Coast or West Coast, you’ll want to check out these major shows and autograph appearances happening this weekend.

Ty Cobb Uniform and Joe Jackson Leaf Autograph Card Highlight Auction

Ty Cobb Uniform and Joe Jackson Leaf Autograph Card Highlight Auction

The oldest known Ty Cobb uniform and the Leaf “Shoeless” Joe Jackson cut signature autograph card highlight Heritage Auctions’ November sale.

Check Out the World’s Biggest Autographed Baseball Collection

Check Out the World’s Biggest Autographed Baseball Collection

Meet Dennis Schrader, the official world record holder for the biggest collection of autographed baseballs. His collection of more than 4,000 signed balls has been officially recognized by Guinness.

How Rude! Howie Kendrick Brushes Off Young Fan

How Rude! Howie Kendrick Brushes Off Young Fan

Howie Kendrick makes a young fan cry after refusing to sign an autograph. Were the Angels infielder’s actions justified?

Eat Dinner with Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson

Eat Dinner with Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson

For anyone who ever wanted a personal account of exactly what happened during the fateful moment during Game 6 of the 1986 World Series, they can bid on a high-end auction for dinner with Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson.

Mookie’s Masterpiece: New Art Highlights 1986 World Series

Mookie’s Masterpiece: New Art Highlights 1986 World Series

The infamous conclusion to Game 6 of the 1986 World Series has been captured by a new art print from Rob MacDougall that is signed by both Mookie Wilson and Bill Buckner.

McFarlane Toys Announces 2012 SportsPicks, Closes Message Boards

McFarlane Toys Announces 2012 SportsPicks, Closes Message Boards

It was a good news, bad news kind of day for McFarlane collectors. The company followed up the announcement of their 2012 SportsPicks lineup by also announcing the closure of their online message boards.

Infamous 1986 World Series Bill Buckner Blunder Ball For Sale

Infamous 1986 World Series Bill Buckner Blunder Ball For Sale

Bill Buckner’s error in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series is one of the most notorious plays in sports history. The ball, which was once owned by Charlie Sheen, is about to be put up for sale on eBay.

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