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.
The pants allegedly worn by Tim Tebow in his first NFL game have been listed onn eBay. The item may be called into question as someone connected to the authenticator, JO Sports Co, was among several sports memorabilia dealers charged with fraud.
In a case that could have huge hobby ramifications, charges have been laid against six men for selling hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fake game-used sports memorabilia. Trading card companies were apparently among the group’s customers.
A new WWE trademark for WWE Supercharge hints at several potential new collectibles, including trading cards and temporary tattoos.
Despite moving into second place on the NFL’s career receptions list, Tony Gonzalez remains one of the hobby’s most undervalued stars.
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.
McFarlane Toys has announced the lineup for their College Football Series 4 figures, which is headlined by Cam Newton and Peyton Manning. The company has also released images and Collector Level print runs for NFL 28.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has opened an exhibit showcasing several documents from the NFL’s earliest days.
In an effort to combat autograph forgeries, PSA/DNA has unveiled new letters of authenticity with added security measures.
In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko makes light of a case between Upper Deck and the Endurance American Specialty Insurance Company over insurance coverage from the card manufacturer’s Yu-Gi-Oh counterfeiting lawsuit.
We’ve got an update in the lawsuit between Blowout Cards and Upper Deck over the card maker’s new distribution policy.
Busy busting 2011 Bowman Chrome Baseball and wondering what you’ve pulled? Let Bryce Harper and friends take you through this visual guide.
Upper Deck has released a complete breakdown of short prints and insertion rates for 2011-12 Parkhurst Champions Hockey autographs.
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.
2011 Donruss Limited Cuts sees another cut signature product enter the market. This set combines sports stars, entertainment celebrities and pop culture icons. More than 140 deceased baseball Hall of Famers are included on the checklist.
With the St. Louis Cardinals set to go for their another World Series, here’s a complete rookie card checklist and buying guide for the team’s starting lineup.
2011 Press Pass Legends Racing isn’t settling for basic autographs. Check out the complete list of autograph inscriptions racers are adding to some of their cards.
With the hundreds of options out there, what are the top 10 most iconic Mickey Mantle baseball cards?