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Tag Archives: game-used memorabilia

Exclusive Preview Gallery: 2011 Prime Cuts

Panini America’s first high-end baseball card line under its MLBPA license has been delayed a bit — now scheduled for an April 11 release — but the newest batch of preview images for 2011 Prime Cuts released on Friday show that it just might be worth the wait.

Game-used baseball bat collectors might have something new to look for

There’s something new for game-used collectors to look for as the Baden Axe is a model with a simple difference — its knob is skewed and tapered

Earliest known Babe Ruth game-used New York Yankees jersey hits auction block in April

A circa 1920 New York Yankees road jersey worn by Babe Ruth might fetch seven figures when it hits the auction block thorough SCP Auctions on April 30.

PSA/DNA tags Super Bowl items to prevent fakes

Once the Super Bowl is over, sports fanatics will scour the Internet and auction houses for pieces from Super Bowl XLVI – especially if their team wins.

Your Turn (BSCM): What’s your favorite type of game-used memorabilia card?

We’re not wanting a dream list or a who’s who of sports legends. We simply want to know … What types of game-used memorabilia would you like to see more of (in any sport)?

Numbers crunching: Memorabilia cards have made their mark on hobby

We took the time to do some digging in the Beckett database to crunch the numbers and discover a bit more about memorabilia cards. The statistics? Well, they are quite telling.

Yankees grand slam jerseys join Chris Chambliss relic in 8D Network’s debut auction

A trio of game-used New York Yankees jerseys from one memorable game this season — and one from a rather memorable game from 35 years ago — have hit the auction block through the 8D Network’s first auction, which launched today.

Three memorabilia dealers plead guilty to mail fraud in sales of fake game-used jerseys

The New York Daily News reported on Monday night that three sports memorabilia dealers pleaded guilty to mail fraud on Monday as part of a long-running investigation conducted by the FBI and other federal agencies.

8D Network readies first sports memorabilia auction

the 8D Network is a way for athletes to have their causes be found and a portal to help bring the casual fans into the sports memorabilia world while bringing the memorabilia collectors in as well all in once place. If needed, it also offers support for those groups to have websites built.

New Steiner items commemorate Rivera’s MLB record

New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera now sits atop the all-time saves list with 602 — and counting — and that means one thing … Steiner Sports has the commemorative memorabilia covered.

A patriotic piece of Packers memorabilia straight from Lambeau Field

As we march toward the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a new NFL season here this evening with the Packers-Saints game, one new piece of one-of-a-kind memorabilia up for grabs each and every week has a bit more appeal than it might in different days.

Bryce Harper’s Futures Game items heat up auction

The batting helmet and cap used by the 18-year-old Washington Nationals outfield prospect during his 0-for-4 day at the Futures Game as part of the MLB All-Star Game festivities have hit the auction block and they’re in demand.

Preview Gallery: 2010-11 Panini National Treasures basketball

The high-end NBA release that is Panini’s National Treasures arrives on Aug. 3 with plenty inside its famed wooden boxes, but that nearly month-long wait was satiated somewhat on Friday afternoon as Panini unleashed a new wave of card images for collectors to examine.

USA Baseball isn’t messing around with its Nine Innings of Summer promotion — game-used items up for grabs

By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor | Commentary Perhaps it’s just a personal bias toward the Red, White and Blue uniforms worn by some of the best baseball players in the country long before they become pros, but the Nine Innings of Summer promotion currently under way from the USA Baseball organization is one that [...]

MLB authenticates items from Harper’s MiLB debut

The lineup card, several baseballs and the locker nameplate used in Bryce Harper’s first minor league game have all been authenticated and stashed away for upcoming auctions, according to an MLB employee who gave Beckett Media an exclusive peek at some of the items this week.

Ever wanted to land memorabilia straight from prospects? That’s where Onyx comes in … (updated)

Landing an unquestionably authentic item of a promising prospect before he’s a star? That takes some work — unless the prospect is a member of the Onyx Authenticated team.