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The last puck of the Stanley Cup Finals: an important relic, timeless for the player who gets to keep it as a souvenir of the greatest achievement of his profession life, yet strangely secondary. In the rush to celebrate the final horn, not a single member of the Kings gave a thought to that little rubber disc. Not…
Head over to OregonAuthentic.com and bid on all your favorite gameworn ducks jerseys. Really love LaMichael James? Purchase his jersey from the night he broke the school's rushing record, and own a reminder of all the great times he provided you and Oregon. And of course, none of your money will actually go to James.
If you have $7,500 burning a hole in your pocket, 80 uninterrupted feet of unused wall space, and a wife you're not that attached to, this might be the perfect eBay auction for you. The original Kingdome visitors' dugout is up for sale, for anyone who wants to sit in the assprints of all the great MLB players who…
This rare photo of Nap Lajoie is expected to fetch $15,000 at auction, and it's stolen from the Hall of Fame. Finding that out is as easy as looking on the back.
Heritage Auction Galleries in Dallas is currently offering a "miracle ball": a "1959 Exceptional Ty Cobb single signed baseball." (UPDATE, 6:40 EST: They pulled the auction. Screengrab is here.) The auction house listing describes the official Little League ball as, "Perhaps the finest we've ever encountered, this…
When Swiss sports memorabilia collector Olivier Démoli ponied up $10K for a jersey worn by French player David Trezequet in the 1998 World Cup final vs. Brazil, the rarity of the item made the purchase worthwhile.
Not minutes after being listed as inactive, Favre's official website started offering a $500 signed football inscribed "297 starts 1992-2010." DIE YOU HORRIBLE MAN. [BrettFavre.com, h/t Andrew]
A Delaware man is allowing the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum in Baltimore to display the Babe's rookie card—he was still a pitcher—for free, even though the card's approximate value is half a million dollars. [Big League Stew]
I was not aware that anyone still manufactured or collected football cards—I kind of chose not to be aware—but the market is apparently still strong enough that an on-duty police officer recently felt compelled to shoplift some from a general store.