One of the most expensive items ever sold was a Ruth rookie card. You won’t believe how much someone paid for it.
The game has changed since Babe Ruth played. He’d likely be a great hitter but he’d make a lot more money. What would his salary be now?
One would think an autographed Babe Ruth baseball is the most prized treasure a fan could have. But they aren’t as valuable as you think.
As the first Home Run King, Babe Ruth has the most famous bat in the history of professional baseball. In an era that wasn’t bogged down by internet or television coverage, Ruth became a national superstar with his larger than life presence in pretty much every category. As such, it should come as no surprise …
The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is going to auction off the actual plaques used to enshrine some the greatest names in the sport – including Michael Jordan.
No one can doubt Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame credentials, but how many votes did the New York Yankees legend receive in 1936?
Babe Ruth is still one of Major League’s biggest names, but how much money did the Great Bambino make during his playing career?
In a sea of right-handers, the left-handed population is often overlooked. Left-handers have achieved a lot, however, especially with sports,
The Yankees are the most successful team in Major League Baseball history. And with a historic roster full of Hall of Famers like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, and Derek Jeter — who will be inducted in next year’s class — it’s hard to pick the best player in the team’s storied history. So let’s …
Autographs from MLB’s early days hold a special value. And the likes of the most valuable autographed baseball may never be seen again.