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June 30, 2012
First Look: 2011-2012 Panini America Dominion Hockey.   One of the reasons fans could get excited by the release is it marks the debut of Gordie Howe memorabilia in Panini products. Panini announced the signing of “Mr. Hockey” in January.

June 30, 2012
First Look: 2012 Panini Signature Series Baseball.   Panini America unveiled plans for 2012 Panini Signature Series, an autograph-driven product that will include three autographs into every six-card pack and include few prospects compared to its previous baseball releases this year when it arrives in late August.


June 29, 2012
Yankees great Don Larsen puts pinstripes he wore in perfect World Series game up for auction.   Larsen hopes to make at least $1 million to put two grandkids through college. The auction will last from Oct. 8 through Dec. 5.


June 29, 2012
Man Faces Prison for Selling Glove With Babe Ruth Lie.   The offer was extraordinary: A baseball mitt once owned by Babe Ruth was being offered by a memorabilia broker in Nevada. It was a complete lie.


June 29, 2012
Upper Deck Unveils It's National VIP Card Set.   Upper Deck is headed to Baltimore for the National Sports Collectors Convention and it’s bringing along some cards for you. Well, if you’re a VIP that is. The company will produce a six-card show-exclusive set for the event set for Aug. 1-5 in Baltimore, and it showcases some of the biggest names in the company’s athlete spokesman stable.


June 28, 2012
A Sports Card Site to ‘Check’ Into.   In 2007-08 the site sold approximately 40,000 cards. Two years later, the Redmond, Wash.-based company had 1.36 million cards in stock and sold about half of them.


June 28, 2012
Memory Lane to Display Amazing Babe Ruth Card Collection at the National.   The collection is owned by Don Spence and is the finest in the PSA registry with many of the cards having a population of 10 or fewer copies in their top grades — a collection that includes more than 140 cards including a 1916 Sporting News card, Ruth’s 1933 Goudey Rookie Cards and more from throughout his career. Memory Lane will give all visitors to its booth a free calendar/poster showcasing some of the best cards from the lot.


June 27, 2012
Sports Memorabilia Offered at All-Star Fan Fest.   Bring some extra cash if you plan to attend the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Fan Fest. An abundance of vendors in the Kansas City Convention Center on July 6-10 will allow fans to buy a variety of baseball memorabilia. Then, there’s the live auction presented by Hunt Auctions for serious collectors.


June 27, 2012
Auction of Rare Baseball Memorabilia a Part of All-Star Game in KC.   Besides the thrill of seeing some of the worlds best players, you also have a chance to see, and bid, on some very rare baseball memorabilia, including a baseball signed by Babe Ruth, and the Cy Young award given to Jim Palmer.


June 27, 2012
Panini Signs Seven Probable First Round NBA Picks to Exclusive Deals.   The agreements grant Panini America exclusive rights to produce autographed trading cards of these future NBA stars who will join standout members of the 2011 NBA Draft class – including Panini America exclusive Kyrie Irving, Derrick Williams, Kenneth Faried and more – to form a double rookie card class in all of Panini America’s 2012-13 NBA trading card releases. This marks the first time a double rookie card class has existed in the NBA.


June 26, 2012
Collectors make sure oddities don’t get lost in shuffle.   It’s not everyday you find Napoleon Bonaparte, Walter Payton and Elvis Presley staying at the same hotel.


June 26, 2012
Baseball memorabilia caught up in Mickey Mantle's bankruptcy.   The closure of Mickey Mantle's, the sports bar and restaurant named after the famous Yankee slugger, was especially bad news for longtime Yankees fan and team historian, Marty Appel.


June 26, 2012
Topps Offers New Details on Mini Set.   Topps offered the latest glimpses into its upcoming surprise product on Monday as it offered additional information about its 2012 Topps Mini baseball set exclusively to Beckett Media.


June 25, 2012
Sports Collecting: A little fun with The Name Game.   Last Sunday, The New York Times printed a unique theme to collect "Plumbers in the Outfield: Meet the All-Watergate Team."


June 24, 2012
One Week Later, Panini America Father’s Day Cards Generating Big Bucks on eBay.   From the short-printed Cracked Ice inserts to the scarce parallels to the staggering array of low-numbered, big-ticket autographs, it’s clear that Panini America created a mother lode of must-haves for Father’s Day.


June 23, 2012
Bryce Harper Rookie Card Fetching Big Dollars.   Approximately 25 brands have made Bryce Harper rookie cards, but the Bowman card is worth the most.


June 23, 2012
2012 Topps Tier One Bat Knobs Going for Big Bucks.   Tier one is proving to be a very popular product with collectors, and one of the main reason is the potential to pull one of many big hits in the product. One of the main attractions is the Bat Knob jumbo relic cards, which feature a huge piece of the bottom of the subject’s game used bat.


June 23, 2012
R.A. Dickey's Auto Supply is Low & Demand is High.   One of the most-interesting stories in baseball this year might be the emergence of New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey, a guy who has the best record in MLB and some of the hottest cards around.


June 22, 2012
Cardinals and fans make big money with replica World Series rings.   The club initially planned to give out World Series replica rings to fans just once this season — at a home game on April 14, when the real McCoys were presented to Cardinals players, coaches and Hall of Famers. But after that game, the Cardinals' front office was flooded with requests to buy the promotional items, which were not for sale.


June 22, 2012
No-Hitter for Sale.   Mets fans may be hard-pressed to recall the contributions of Jack Egbert on the night of Johan Santana's no-hitter, the first in team history. The middle reliever threw all of seven pitches in a Mets uniform, none of them on that night, before being sent back to the minors a few days later. Nonetheless, the team is auctioning off the jersey Egbert wore as he watched Santana make history. The same goes for the jerseys worn by every coach, every player besides Santana, two bullpen catchers and three bat boys, all of them autographed by Santana.


June 22, 2012
Warning: Be Careful When Dealing With Bricol Sports Auctions.   The readers at net54baseball.com share their experiences dealing with this auction house.


June 21, 2012
'Ball Boys' Reflect on First Season in National Spotlight.   The owners of Robbie’s 1st Base in Lutherville talk about the prospect of a second season amid troublesome ratings.


June 21, 2012
David Beckham's torch to sell for thousands.   In a bid to stamp out torchbearers flogging their torches for thousands of dollars on eBay, LOCOG has joined the memorabilia frenzy and placed Olympic torches for sale online.


June 21, 2012
New Releases: Topps Strata Football.   There are 150 cards in the base set, 50 of which are rookies. There will be numerous parallels. The coolest is the Rivet PATCH Parallel – featuring a jersey patch and a rivet, which will enable the three different layers of the card to fan out. These will be numbered to 5.


June 20, 2012
“Memory box” may be the greatest Brooklyn Dodgers artifact ever. But is it authentic?   The baseball is preserved under glass in the center compartment of a wooden box. It's easily one of the most important and valuable baseball objects in private hands. However, it appears to have no verifiable provenance prior to entering the baseball memorabilia market at some point during the last twenty years. The earliest public reference to it is a 2001 newspaper article in which it is described as “a time capsule for the 1913 dedication of Ebbets Field”.


June 20, 2012
Topps Strata introduces multi-layer Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III cards.   Much like top NFL draft picks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, Topps Strata Football will feature much more depth and layers than your average football card. Using a different type of printing technology, the big hits of the product will be the Starta autograph patch cards, which feature multiple layers designed to showcase the player's image, autograph and worn relic. The resulting effect should be similar to what collectors have seen in Upper Deck's Shadow Box insert cards and in Panini's Gridiron Gems autographs but taking it another step further.


June 20, 2012
Revisiting the Great Bubble Gum Card War.   Topps had proceeded very cautiously when they issued the 1951 Topps Baseball sets, much as Bowman had done with its first national post-WWII issue of cards in 1948. The main reason for packaging the 1951 cards with taffy was to protect the company from a potential legal attack from Bowman. Topps had gotten their feet wet with a very simple set. Topps had learned from its numerous mistakes and would never go to market with a tawdry product again.


June 19, 2012
Mickey Mantle restaurant's creditors hawking memorabilia.   Mickey Mantle’s might be going, going gone, but the shuttered restaurant’s plates, chairs and timeless pictures are still there for the taking. Creditors of the bankrupt eatery are hawking everything that’s not bolted down, including a treasure trove of signed pictures and other New York sports memorabilia. The auction, at the Central Park South restaurant’s old locale, is set for a week from today.


June 19, 2012
Cold Case Warming: The Missing Jim Thorpe Memorabilia.   The medals presented to Thorpe were solid gold, the last time that was true of the top honors in the Olympic Games. It's a mystery what happened to them and many other of Thorpe's memorabilia.


June 19, 2012
"Not Guilty" Verdict for Roger Clemens Won't Restore His Brand Value in Endorsements, Memorabilia.   Despite his legal victory, there is one area in which he has already suffered defeat. One area that he likely will never be able to restore completely. His brand value and earnings potential as a product endorser.


June 18, 2012
Mickey Mantle: How The Hudson River Swallowed the Mick's Rookie Cards.   Today, Mantle’s rookie card is second in Holy Grail status to Honus Wagner’s 1909 T206 baseball card. And with hindsight screaming, “What the heck are you doing?” cases of ’52 Topps baseball cards met their fate at the depths of the historic river.


June 18, 2012
The Mystery of the Mathewson Signed Baseballs: The 1921 Polo Grounds Auction.   Recently Peter Nash published a story alleging several forgeries of Christy Mathewson’s signature on baseballs that have sold at auction for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Each of the bogus signed Matty balls were authenticated by either PSA/DNA or JSA (James Spence Authentication).


June 17, 2012
Fake Roy Campanella signatures still a problem.   "Close to 100 percent of all post-accident Campanella signatures offered in the market are forgeries," said Ron Keurajian, an autograph expert from Detroit.


June 16, 2012
1937: A Turning Point Year for Baseball Hall of Fame.   Jeff Idelson, has the enviable task of going to Major League Baseball cities to bring historic memorabilia, for loan or to keep, to Cooperstown for public display. Alexander Cleland had that similar enviable task 75 years ago, in a year when the new museum was experiencing a major turning point toward its success.


June 16, 2012
American Pickers card fail…   Looks like the guys on the TV show American Pickers got hosed.


June 16, 2012
Eric Kageyama is Upper Deck’s First ‘Father of the Year’.   A few days after Jarrett was born in 2005, his father Eric bought a single pack of Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Basketball to celebrate the birth of his son and pulled a LeBron James autographed buyback rookie jersey card limited to just ten copies. On that day, a collecting duo was born.


June 15, 2012
PSA allegedly confirms the Cobb cut is a laser-copied fake and has taken possession of the item.   Cut signatures of Hall of Famers are the most dangerous for collectors to purchase and for decades astute collectors have avoided them. But as PSA introduced their cut-signature holder products and in-house authentication of those signatures the cut-signature market has picked up as collectors gained new confidence in this form of autograph.


June 15, 2012
Original Photo Used for 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Card Brings $59,750.   The 7-by-9-inch photograph of Mantle is the image that appears on his iconic 1952 Topps rookie baseball card; perhaps the most recognized baseball card in existence. The photograph was one of more than 2,000 lots in Legendary Auctions recent May sale.


June 15, 2012
Security Guard Arrested for Stealing Sports Memorabilia from School.   He allegedly had broken into a display case and removed several items of baseball memorabilia signed by retired major league baseball player and current Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura.


June 14, 2012
Weird Lebron James Memorabilia: The Good, The Bad, The Outrageously Overpriced.   Right now, someone is trying to sell an autographed Lebron James jersey on Ebay for $14,999, or roughly a down payment on a condo. It's a white Cleveland jersey from James' rookie year, and he apparently wore it during a game.


June 14, 2012
Genius or stupid? Fan asks Bryce Harper to sign Mantle ball.   Brian McGinn asked Bryce Harper to sign his prized Mickey Mantle autographed baseball last summer before a Harrisburg Senators game at Metro Bank Park. "I thought maybe something like this would get his attention, considering its his favorite player," said McGinn, who calls himself a big Harper fan. Harper's idol in Mantle. He wears number 34 because three plus four equals seven; which was Mantle's number.


June 14, 2012
The Monet of Baseball Cards.   Amelie Mancini Doesn't Produce Your Typical Packs: Artisanal Cards From Brooklyn by Way of France.


June 13, 2012
Valley Forge Casino Resort to host Philadelphia Sportscard and Memorabilia Show.   Several all-star athletes, including Baseball Hall of Fame’s Jim Palmer, will be in attendance to sign autographs.


June 13, 2012
Former MLB star's home robbed while away in N.B.   Matt Stairs was away in New Brunswick for his induction into the provincial sports Hall of Fame. "They took all kinds of jewellery. There was the NLCS division championship (ring), the American League (ring), the National League ring, my wife's National League pendant, watches and jewellery and stuff. Stairs had his Phillies World Series Ring with him so at least they didn't get that.


June 13, 2012
Baseball Cards Sneak Peak: Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects.   This year’s product will release at the end of November and each pack contains three 2012 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Bowman Draft Picks cards; two Bowman Rookie cards and two Bowman Chrome Draft Picks cards.


June 12, 2012
Pittsburgh Spring Classic Show Changing Promoters.   In the days following the latest Pittsburgh Spring Classic Sports Memorabilia Show in May, Main Line Autographs LLC announced it had purchased the show from J. Paul Sports Promotions.


June 12, 2012
The Most Interesting Baseball Memorabilia Seller on eBay.   Henry Yee sells on ebay the old fashioned way. Every item starts at under $1.00 and is auctioned. No Buy it Now's or Make an Offer. The selection of material is huge and amazing. The readers at net54baseball.com provide a link and discuss the matter.


June 11, 2012
Mets Amazin' Memorabilia and Johan Santana form exclusive partnership for autographed merchandise commemorating first no-hitter in franchise history.   Game-used memorabilia from Santana’s historic June 1 masterpiece at Citi Field, and baseballs, jerseys, photos and other items signed by Santana will go on sale tomorrow, Monday, June 11 at 2:00 p.m. at Mets.com/gameused and by phone at (718) 559-3144.


June 10, 2012
Panini America Peeks Scarce “Cracked Ice” Parallels in Upcoming Father’s Day Set.   While showcasing the shimmering sparkle of the technology, the collection also underscores the far-reaching, multisport appeal of the entire Father’s Day set, with nods to the MLBPA, NFL, NHL and the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team.


June 10, 2012
First Look: 2012 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects.   Topps unveiled the basic information and preview images for 2012 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects on Friday, the latest installment of the annual staple that will have some of the first cards of the 2012 MLB Draft class inside when it arrives on Nov. 28.


June 9, 2012
Mantle's essence captured in Stadium exhibit.   How do you pay tribute to an outsized hero, an iconic idol of a generation, who has maintained his relevance decades after retirement? The Yankees answered that question this week, when they unveiled a comprehensive Mickey Mantle exhibit at the Yankee Stadium Museum.


June 9, 2012
Sandy Koufax Leads Grey Flannel Sale: for $166,818 for 1965 Jersey.   Sandy Koufax, the Dodgers’ left-handed ace and youngest player ever elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, may have left the mound in 1966, but his career accomplishments are far from forgotten. In Grey Flannel’s May 30 Summer Games Auction, a game-used home jersey from Koufax’s 1965 Cy Young and Championship season attracted intense bidding as it sped past its $25,000 reserve to score a $166,818 price realized, making it the top lot of the blockbuster sale.


June 9, 2012
Who’s Coming to the 2012 National? Full Autograph Lineup and Schedule.   The 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention, the 33rd edition of the hobby's biggest annual event, is starting to take shape. Running August 1-5 in Baltimore, TriStar has announced the full lineup of signers, including specific dates, times and prices.


June 8, 2012
Lawrence Taylor and OJ Anderson at the 2012 Fantasy Football Fest.   The date is August 18-19, 2012. The place is Atlantic City, New Jersey. The experience…phenomenal. The 2012 Fantasy Football Fest will be the biggest football event since Super Bowl XLVI and you will get a chance to meet some of your favorite New York Giants, Lawrence Taylor and O.J. Anderson to name a few. LT and Joe Theisman, back together again under the same roof? Yes! Read on for more information about this unforgettable mega-event and how to meet LT and OJ.


June 8, 2012
Minor League Baseball Team to raffle off an unopened pack of 1909-ero Piedmont Cigarettes.   There’s no guarantee of course that a Wagner will be in this pack, but it could be.


June 7, 2012
Top 20 Worst Baseball Card Photos of All Time.   We can’t help but laugh at some of the players of old and how goofy they looked. Whether the photo was staged or impromptu, some are just plain awful.


June 7, 2012
Julien’s Serves Up Sports Legends and Music Icons Auction.   Sports fans can feast their eyes on a collection of sports memorabilia featuring the biggest names in sports. From Nascar to the Olympics and from yesterday’s baseball heroes to today’s basketball champions, the Sports Legends session of the event will no doubt score some of the highest marks of the season.


June 7, 2012
Eight Ways To Make Collecting Pay Off.   People collect for a variety of reasons besides making money: to achieve status (for instance, to be able to say they own Rusty Staub’s game-worn warm-up jersey); because they’re drawn to a particular type of item or genre of art; or out of a desire to own a piece of history or complete set (for example, by collecting every penny minted in the U.S.). When emotions take hold, collectors can overpay and overspend—to the point of financial ruin. Here are 8 ways to make collecting pay off.


June 6, 2012
Packers' Donald Driver rewards boy, 12, with memorabilia.   Driver turned to Twitter to find the boy, arranged to meet him and greeted him with some autographed Packers gear, including a pair of cleats.


June 6, 2012
Philanthropist Jennings Osborne auction features 1200+ rare items including many autographed baseballs and Razorback helmets.   "He loved autographs", explained Thomas Blackmon of Blackmon Auctions. "He would buy autographed picures, anything he could get his hands on."


June 6, 2012
Upcoming Topps Tier One Will Let You Hobnob With Elites Via Massive Bat Knob Set.   In Tier One, there will be a 100-card set of 1/1 knob cards for collectors to chase, including some of the biggest names in the history of the game.


June 5, 2012
Woman Steals Donald Driver’s Cleat From Young Fan.   Are Some Sports Fans Too Obsessed With Memorabilia?


June 5, 2012
How a championship ring is made.   The Dallas Mavericks got one. The Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs want one (or in some cases, another one). But how are these championship rings made? The Mavericks took us behind the scenes, talking to the master jeweler from Jostens about what went into this the most recent NBA championship ring.


June 5, 2012
Think Wikipedia for Cards: PSA’s CollectibleFacts Debuts.   Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) has launched the first phase of a new, free online resource called PSA CollectibleFacts (www.PSACollectibleFacts.com). PSA officials envision it will soon expand to become the Internet’s most comprehensive site for information and illustrations about sports and many non-sports collectibles.


June 4, 2012
DiMaggio, Doby, T. Williams and Stargell Honored on Individual Stamps.   Responding to overwhelming demand following the recent announcement to honor Joe DiMaggio, Larry Doby, Willie Stargell and Ted Williams collectively on a single sheet of 20 Forever stamps, the Postal Service announced that it will issue sheets of 20 stamps honoring each player individually. Events will take place in Cooperstown and the cities where each one played.


June 3, 2012
Marty Brodeur Saves Playoff Memorabilia for Family.   One of the perks of being a 20-year NHL veteran like Martin Brodeur is that all of the gear that lands in his locker comes beautifully customized. Every piece of equipment, from his blocker pads to his training sneakers, is crisply emblazoned with his name and number 30.


June 3, 2012
1951 Mickey Mantle Original News Service Photo Used to Create His 1952 Topps Card Sells at Auction for $59,750.   Did the buyer get hosed or was is a great deal for a very rare piece of history? The collectors at net54baseball.com debate this topic.


June 2, 2012
Preview: 2011-12 Panini Limited On-Card Autographs.   On-card autographs include Julius Erving, Robert Parrish, Kevin Love, John Stockton, Vince Carter and many more.


June 2, 2012
Johan Santana Throws First No-Hitter in Mets History - and Already Has a No-No Baseball Card.   A short-printed gimmick card in the 2008 Topps set — is card No. 661, which is a highlight card for a Santana no-no. It’s a tough find that sells these days for $250 or less even though it’s a card of a no-no against the Marlins that never happened.


June 2, 2012
PSA Strikes Out on Another Ty Cobb Sig Removed By eBay. Update on "Cobb Master Forger".   It appears PSA has made an even more egregious error in relation to another Cobb item; they have certified and slabbed as authentic, a cut signature that was actually signed by Ty Cobb’s wife.


June 1, 2012
10 Collectible Crazes That Ended Up Being Huge Wastes Of Money.   Michael Rorrer made headlines earlier this year when he stumbled upon $3.5 million worth of vintage comicbooks in his great uncle's closet. Too bad Rorrer's in the minority of most collectors.


June 1, 2012
Robert Parish’s 1981 NBA championship ring fetches over $45k at auction.   When he retired from the NBA in 1997, Robert Parish had played in 1,611 career games, a record that still stands and is likely a long time away from being broken (the current active leader, Jason Kidd, has played in 300 fewer and might be staring down retirement). He won four NBA championships along the way and, as you can see in the picture above, four NBA championship rings.


June 1, 2012
One-Year Wonders: Seattle Pilots Memorabilia Highly Collectible.   For one season in 1969, the Pilots bungled their way to an “amazin’” season (64 wins, 98 losses) that had some thinking of the early New York Mets. Today, the Pilots are an overlooked predecessor of the Seattle Mariners and a footnote in Brewers’ history, having moved to Milwaukee in 1970. But they’re definitely not a forgotten club. The memorabilia market makes sure of that, even if the universe of Pilots collectibles isn’t exactly brimming over.


May 31, 2012
Collecting 19th Century British Tobacco Cards and Memorabilia.   In the world of sports, there are all types of collectors. Some collect baseball cards, others sports programs, or sports jerseys. Yet, of all the different types of sports collecting, one of the most fascinating and unusual is that of late 19th Century tobacco memorabilia.


May 31, 2012
‘Final Offer’ on Discovery Looks at Memorabilia Sales.   Adding Some Guesswork to Memorabilia Sales, Just for Televised Fun.


May 31, 2012
Caught My Homer? Let's Make a Deal.   When a player hits a milestone home run, teams often have to barter with fans to get the ball back for him, even if the milestone is only significant to the player. It doesn't have to be Alex Rodriguez's 600th blast or Bryce Harper's first. Just to retrieve the ball pitcher Jeremy Hefner hit for his first home run Tuesday night, the Mets had to get Johan Santana to autograph a bat for the fan.


May 30, 2012
Michael Vick Sued by Sports Memorabilia Company for Alleged Breach of Contract.   J.O. Sports Company is suing Vick because he "failed to live up to an agreement that paid the quarterback $101,500. The agreement reportedly involved Vick supplying the company with game-worn merchandise and attending private signings.


May 30, 2012
Lombardi Golf Classic regains its luster.   In its heyday in the 1970s, the Vince Lombardi Golf Classic rivaled the PGA Tour stop in Milwaukee as the summer's must-see golf event. Thousands of spectators turned out at North Hills Country Club in Menomonee Falls to watch the likes of Bob Hope, President Gerald Ford and Bart Starr chase a little white ball, crack jokes and raise gobs of money for the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Time passed and things changed.


May 30, 2012
Off-condition Hockey Collectibles Have Value.   Condition is only one factor in a hockey memorabilia’s value.


May 29, 2012

Avid Sports Fan and Artist Mike Summo Combines His Two Passions to Create Exclusive Sports Themed Works of Art.
  Employing artistic methods such as abstract expressionism, pop art, graffiti and street art has resulted in something not seen before in the sports collectible hobby.


May 29, 2012
Panini Presents A Blast From the Past with A Glimpse of the Future.   Past & Present Basketball hits the hardwood at $100 per 20 pack box. You'll enjoy players from all eras of the game and a design with a vintage flair. It doesn't hurt that it includes 3 autographs per box.


May 29, 2012
Quarterback Len Dawson’s 1970 Super Bowl MVP game-worn jersey to be auctioned.   The action will kick off on Thursday, June 14, at 2 p.m. (EST) Baseball items will include a nice grouping of PSA-graded Turkey Red Cabinet cards, T205 and T206 cards, a 1937 signed Babe Ruth check (“GH Ruth”), a 1954 Brooklyn Dodgers signed baseball, a ball signed by Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, and balls single-signed by Satchel Paige, Tris Speaker, Roberto Clemente, Lefty Grove, Thurman Munson and Nellie Fox.


May 28, 2012
The Panini America Routing Table Previews the Unique, Fun 2012 Triple Play Baseball.   Here's a look at preliminary routings detailing some of the most unique and entertaining trading cards to come along in quite some time.