2019 Sports Collectors Digest Digital Issue No. 10, May 10

2019 Sports Collectors Digest Digital Issue No. 10, May 10

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Sports Collectors Digest, the most respected sports collectibles magazine in the hobby, keeps you informed about every aspect of sports collecting, including trading cards, memorabilia, autographs, online auctions, grading, and authentication. Each issue includes information and insight on the latest news and trends from some of the most respected experts in the hobby, as well as athlete interviews, auction coverage, stories about collectors, reviews of new releases and vintage and modern sets, offbeat collectibles, and more. 

In this issue:

- Ted Williams signed a lot of autographs, but collectors still need to be wary of forgeries 

- Tony Stewart signs in Chicago: Autograph collectors received a pleasant surprise at this year’s Chicago World of Wheels 

- Lee Smith - HOFer: The Baseball Hall of Fame called to the bullpen in 2019 to select Lee Smith 

- Third baseman to pitcher: Brad Peacock reached the majors as a pitcher after starting his journey at third base 

- N173 Old Judge Cabinet cards sell: Sold individually, 37 N173 Old Judge Cabinet baseball cards recently sold for $431,000 

- Collecting for fun and investment: Brady Hill still has fun collecting baseball cards, but also collects as a form of investment 

- Track & Field cards: Columnist George Vrechek takes a look at the track & field cards in the Hobby 

- 1953 Bowman B&W Baseball: Not as popular as its color counterpart, the 1953 Bowman B&W set has unique qualities 

- Baseball Autographs Through the Mail success stories 

- Chasing orange and yellow tigers 

- New Releases: New basketball, football and baseball cards

- Online Auctioneer: The return of Tiger Woods

- Departments: Leading Off, Auction Coverage, Baseball Art, Industry News, Show Calendar