Tag Archives: MLB authentication

The Relic contained in this Chris Davis Museum Collection card is from a specific game and season

It’s a nameplate of a black Louisville Slugger M356 model that Davis splintered at the handle when facing Jon Lester during the bottom of the fourth inning on March 31, 2014, in Oriole Park at Camden Yards. How do I know this? The MLB Authentication sticker tells me just that.

Beckett 20 Questions on … memorabilia cards

It’s all memorabilia cards all the time as we prep The Game-used Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, so it is right here, too. Here is the latest installment of 20 Questions — all about mem cards.

Want a World Series team’s celebration-used champagne cork? It’ll cost you …

A post-game NLDS celebration-used and MLB-authenticated champagne bottle cork might cost you a few bucks to own.

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.

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.