Cubs Fans Can Commemorate World Series Championship with Steiner Sports Memorabilia; Chicago Breaks the Curse with First title Since 1908, Zealots Can Preserve History with Collectibles

Steiner Sports “Fall Classic” Auction “Rocks” with Signed Guitars from The Allman Brothers, James Taylor, Neil Young, Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Matthews, Tim McGraw and Crosby, Stills & Nash Among Memorabilia on Block
***Ringo Starr Drum Sticks, Carlos Santana Bongo Drums In Auction***

Steiner Sports is the leader in sports memorabilia, but rare collectibles from the worlds of music and television have added a new flair to the latest “Spring Fever Auction” on-line auction. A signed Elvis Presley framed check with a 24K gold Viva Las Vegas and Don't Be Cruel Records, an Elvis Presley and Mickey Mantle dual-signed/framed collage, and a Mick Jagger and Keith Richards autographed photo with tour passes are among the highlights. Other music giants featured include Billy Joel, Billie Joe Armstrong and The Who. The auction is underway and bidding continues through May 6.


The wide array of collectibles also includes: a Carrie Fisher signed Blaster Gun in a shadow box collage, a signed Honeymooners collage with Jackie Gleason, Joyce Meadows, Art Carney and Audrey Meadows, a Sylvester Stallone autographed Rocky Balboa original painting on the steps in Philadelphia, and an Arnold Schwarzenegger signed and framed photo.


The auction’s lynchpin collectibles has several presidential pieces, including a Barack Obama series executive trading gold president card, a Dwight Eisenhower signed and framed letter, a Bill Clinton framed autographed photo, an original Ulysses S. Grant 1868 election button, and a Jimmy Carter signed and framed photo.


Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to bid.


The original complete set of blueprints to architect the new Yankee Stadium construction; a tennis racket used by Pete Sampras in his first U.S. Open and Grand Slam victory in 1990; Mickey Mantle’s career 10K gold ring in its original Balfour box; and game-used bats by such baseball greats as Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Elston Howard, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Mike Trout (first MVP season) are among the many sports-related highlights of a treasure-trove collection on the auction block.


Other rare memorabilia up for grabs also includes a Barry Bonds game-used Pittsburgh Pirates glove (circa 1990); the most prolific, multi-signed Hall of Fame bat featuring signatures of more than 60 greats; a baseball signed by 27 members of the old Brooklyn Dodgers; and rare autographed and game-used memorabilia from such baseball icons as Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig, just to name a few.

Michael Jordan Collection on the Steiner Auctions Block; Rare “Air” Artifacts from the Collection of former Gatorade VP of Worldwide Sports Marketing Bill Schmidt

Steiner Sports Founder Brandon Steiner, who has been the innovator of a myriad of memorabilia projects including the original Yankee Stadium collection, team partnerships, game-used collectibles and the sale of stadium dirt, will announce yet another “game-changer,” according to the memorabilia industry leader. On Tuesday, December 9, at Michael Jordan’s The Steak House N.Y.C. in Grand Central Terminal from 10:00 AM to 12 noon, the “In Their Own Words” Collection will be unveiled, featuring personally, hand-written inscriptions of the most memorable moments in sports history as described by the athletes who made them famous.

Prominent athletes, whose special moments are indelibly etched in the minds’ eye of all sports fans, who will attend the product-launch press conference include: Magic Johnson, Dennis Rodman, Dereck Whittenburg, Mookie Wilson, Bill Buckner, David Tyree, Mike Eruzione, Doug Williams, Brian Leetch, Larry Johnson, C.C. Sabathia, Joe Klecko, and Marty Lyons, with many more to be added.


“Collecting is all about having a piece to recall your fondest memories,” says Steiner. “’In Their Own Words ‘will change the business. It used to be about the moment, now it’s about the entire story. The players will describe in their own words how they felt at that magical moment.”

“In Their Own Words” collectibles will go on sale immediately following the press conference at 12:00 noon on December 9, in time for the holiday shopping season. Amazon.com and Steinersports.com will be the main distributors, visit Amazon.com/fanshop and SteinerSports.com.  ‎

Among sports greatest players and coaches who will share their moments “In Their Own Words” will include: Mariano Rivera, Victor Cruz, Frank Robinson, Jim Craig, Darryl Strawberry, Keith Hernandez, Dennis Rodman, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, Marty Lyons, Jim Boeheim, Bob Knight, Adam Graves, Mike Richter, David Cone, Bernie Williams, Nancy Lieberman, Ron Swoboda, Doc Gooden, Mookie Wilson, Mike Bossy, Rudy Rueitteger, Lou Holtz, Stéphane Matteau, “Goose” Gossage, Don Larsen, Eddie Giacomin, Cecil Fielder, Jim Leyritz, Brandi Chastain, Bill Parcells, Lou Piniella, John Wetteland, Mike Torrez, Steve Garvey, Joe Pepitone, Lenny Dykstra, Paul Pierce, Glen Anderson, Dale Murphy, Jesse Orosco, Larry Johnson, David Cone, Andy Pettitte, John Starks,  Joe Montana, Chris Chambliss, Harry Carson, Brian Leetch, Jonny Gomes, Rickey Henderson, Mark Bavaro, Paul O’Neill, C.C. Sabathia, Mel Stottlemyre, Mark Teixeira, Bobby Nystrom, Bucky Dent, Bobby Cox, Nolan Ryan, Dereck Whittenburg, Billie Jean King, Ricky Williams, Tommy Lasorda, Elvin Hayes, Ron Guidry, Doug Flutie, Ozzie Smith, Mike Tyson, Aaron Boone, Mark Messier, Roy Jones Jr., Patrick Ewing, Joe Torre, David Wells, Johnny Damon, Doug Williams, Sparky Lyle, Franco Harris, Ron Turcotte, Joe Morgan, Matt Snell, Martin Brodeur, Dwight Clark, Mia Hamm, Mike Eruzione, Joe Pisarcik, Bernard King, Mickey Ward, Spud Webb, Robert Horry, Eli Manning, and Magic Johnson.

The memorabilia collection of fabled Brooklyn Dodgers third baseman and Oakland, California favorite son Harry Arthur “Cookie” Lavagetto is on the Steiner Auctions online auction block, and will include such vintage collectibles as a baseball signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lavagetto’s game-used baseball glove from the 1940’s, a Dodgers team autographed baseball that includes signatures of such immortals as Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese, and Lavagetto’s 1948 Oakland Acorns Pacific Coast League Championship ring.

His son Ernie has put the memorabilia up for bids in the Mid-Summer Classic Auction, which continues through July 29th. Visit steinerauctions.com to bid and for more details.

Lovagetto’s Silver Lifetime Pass presented by Major League Baseball, an autographed Honus Wagner photograph, and a baseball signed by legendary manager Casey Stengel are also up for grabs.

Lavagetto is perhaps best known for breaking up the no-hitter of Yankees pitcher Bill Bevens in Game 4 of the 1947 World Series at Ebbets Field with two outs in the ninth inning, in what became known as the “Cookie Game.”

Lavagetto’s first professional team was the Oakland Oaks in his hometown, where he was tagged with the nickname “Cookie” after one of the team’s owners. He then played 10 seasons in the National League with the Pittsburgh Pirates (1934-36) and most notably with the Brooklyn Dodgers (1937-41 and 1946-47, missing four seasons serving in the United States Navy during World War II). He finished his career returning to the Oaks for two seasons (1948-50). Lavagetto later managed in the majors with the Washington Senators and Minnesota Twins.

In all, more than 1,000 pieces of memorabilia are on the block.

New York Yankees rookie sensation Aaron Judge blasted a homerun in his first Major League at-bat last August 13th, and that game-used jersey worn by the All-Star outfielder spearheads the multitude of baseball memorabilia. The current bid on the uniform No. 99 Judge jersey from his debut is $21,438.

A bevy of immortal All-Star collectibles are on the block including the legendary Mickey Mantle, whose 1957 All-Star Game Used and Signed Bat has a current bid $48,721, as well as Ty Cobb (Rare Bold Sweet Spot Signed Official American League baseball), Carl Yastrzemski (Rawling’s Career 7-Time Gold Glove Award), Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig (Dual Signed Official American League Baseball), just to name a few. A baseball signed by 18 iconic All-Stars including Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax, Stan Musial, Tom Seaver and 10 other greats is sure to spark spirited bidding.

Here are the links to the Lavagetto collection:
Cookie Lavagetto's Game Used Players Glove (Circa 1940's) Possible 1947 World Series Use

Cookie Lavagetto's 1948 Oakland Acorns Pacific Coast League Championship Ring

Cookie Lavagetto's Personally Owned Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Hodges etc) (JSA)

Dwight D. Eisenhower Single Signed Baseball (One of the Finest Known w Photo Proof) (Full JSA LOA)

Honus Wagner Signed 7" x 9" Wire Photo High Grade (JSA)

Chicago Cubs fans are still celebrating the team’s first World Series Championship since 1908. Now, those zealots can preserve the moment in history forever with special collectibles from Steiner Sports Memorabilia (www.steinersports.com).

World Series hand-signed collectibles include baseballs autographed by MVP Ben Zobrist, sluggers Kyle Schwarber and Addison Russell, and star hurlers Jon Lester and Aroldis Chapman, as well as commemorative, framed “W” moments of the long-awaited triumph inscribed with “I Witnessed History,” and a Cubs World Championship “Subway Sign.”

“We have had an extremely high volume of traffic from fans wanting to purchase exclusive pieces to commemorate the Cubs monumental victory,” said company Founder Brandon Steiner.

Steiner has made historic moments its signature with keepsake memorabilia from the Yankees “Core Four” teams as well as the ’94 Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers, just to name a few.

Here’s the list of Chicago Cubs World Series Championship memorabilia available:
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Championship Bat and Ball Bundle -- $149.99
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Championship Framed 10x20 Subway Sign -- $49.99
Chicago Cubs ‘The W’ 2016 World Series Champions Framed 10x20 I Witnessed History -- $49.99
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Champions Framed 10x20 S Man Cave Sign -- $49.99
Chicago Cubs ‘The W’ 2016 World Series Champions 22x26 Celebration Stretched Canvas -- $129.99
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Champions 16x20 Team Composition Graphic Framed Collage -- $99.99
Ben Zobrist Signed 2016 World Series Baseball -- $199.99
Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Champions Logo Glass Baseball Case -- $49.99
Kyle Schwarber Signed 2016 World Series Baseball -- $299.99
Jon Lester Signed 2016 World Series Baseball -- $349.99
Addison Russell Signed 2016 World Series Baseball -- $299.99
Aroldis Chapman Signed 2016 World Series Baseball -- $249.99

Keith Olbermann commentary on Steiner Sports Jeter final season memorabilia on ESPN/April 2, 2014

Steiner Sports announces Victor Espinoza as Exclusive Athlete and Launches American Pharoah Triple Crown Collection‎‎‎‎‎

“Fall Classic” Auction Highlighted by Rare Memorabilia – The Babe to the Judge – at Steiner Auctions

Yogi Berra, Don Larsen Collections in On-Line “Fall Classic” Auction at Steiner Sports
***Bidding Begins Today and Continues Through October 23***

​​Game-used Uniform Jersey Worn by New York Yankees Rookie Sensation Aaron Judge in MLB debut on Steiner Auctions Block

***Online Bidding on “Mid-Summer Classic Auction” Continues through Sat., July 29***

Yankees Record-Breaking Shortstop Didi Gregorius Signs Exclusive Collectibles Deal with Steiner Sports

Jockey Victor Espinoza, who guided American Pharoah to the first Triple Crown in 37 years, has signed an exclusive athlete agreement with industry-leader Steiner Sports Marketing and Memorabilia, it was announced today by company founder Brandon Steiner.

The agreement will include a collectibles line, as well as a series of fan experiences with Espinoza and special guests, and marketing and sponsorship opportunities with leading companies.

The cutting-edge product of the "Victor Espinoza and American Pharoah Collection" will include: signed photographs from all three Triple Crown races, a variety of collages, racetrack dirt from historic Belmont Park, and shadow boxes featuring replica whips and horseshoes.

Steiner Sports will also be announcing a series of events with Victor Espinoza and the American Pharoah team with the goal of bringing its customers and clients as close as possible to history. 

Racing fans can also have their own ticket and program from the historic Belmont hand-signed by Victor. Email sendins@steinersports.com for pricing and more information.

"We are delighted to welcome Victor to the Steiner athlete family, and to further extend our brand into thoroughbred racing," said Steiner. "The historic performance was one for the ages, and we are thrilled to be able to offer product for collectors to preserve this memory that will last a lifetime.

“The last time there was a Triple Crown champion, I was a student at Syracuse, Jimmy Carter was president, and the cell phone hadn’t been invented,” added Steiner. “To give some historical perspective, Kobe Bryant, Usher, Manny Pacquaio and Ashton Kutcher were all born that year. It was a long time ago.”

How long? The 1978 Yankees World Series roster included Reggie Jackson, Ron Guidry, Thurman Munson, Bucky Dent, Graig Nettles, Lou Piniella, Roy White, Willie Randolph, Catfish Hunter and Goose Gossage.

To view the entire collection visit SteinerSports.com.

American Pharoah captured the imagination of the sports world when Espinoza rode the Bob Baffert-trained/Zayat Stable-owned three-year-old colt to rousing victories in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes to become the first Triple Crown king since 1978 when Affirmed and jockey Steve Cauthen turned the "hat trick." American Pharoah became the 12th Triple Crown champion in history on Saturday, June 6, with his emphatic Belmont triumph, after 13-straight Derby/Preakness winners were thwarted in the third jewel at Belmont.

Ted Williams 1955 Boston Red Sox Contract Tops Steiner Sports Spring Fever Auction with $48,456 High Bid


Brandon Steiner CEO and Founder of Steiner Sports has: developed the Team Collectibles concept when he inked Mark Messier and his Rangers teammates PRIOR to their Stanley Cup win in 1994; made Game-Used Dirt a sports business phenomenon; took apart and sold the old Yankee Stadium in a blockbuster entrepreneurial concept; been the go-to media interview on sports business, appearing on countless national television and radio programs; written two authoritative books on the art of the business deal; had exclusive memorabilia deals with Yankees World Champions Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Derek Jeter and Bernie Williams fortwo decades;  So, you know his latest “PROJECT X,” a television show for aspiring entrepreneurs, be a guaranteed winner.
 
“PROJECT X” hosted by Brandon Steiner: Brandon Steiner, founder and CEO of Steiner Sports Marketing, is one of America’s great business success stories, building a one-man shop into a multi-million dollar sports marketing and memorabilia empire. Now, Steiner has launched “PROJECT X,” a web-based television program, which will give aspiring entrepreneurs of all ages the opportunity to build businesses of their own.
“Project X” will be a platform for college students, recent graduates, individuals making a career transition and business owners to take that “great idea” to the next level. Business plans, marketing, general business advice and investment opportunities will be shared by Steiner and his many celebrity guests ranging from business leaders to sports and media personalities. Viewers will have the chance to interact with Steiner over the phone and be invited in-studio.


“Project X” will air on Brandon Steiner’s Facebook page at  facebook.com/steiner regularly with weekly announcements on dates, times, topics and guests, and will be broadcast from the Steiner Sports headquarters in New Rochelle, New York. The show will range from 30 to 60 minutes in length.
For more information about “Project X” contact projectx@brandonsteiner.com. 


About Brandon Steiner:
Brandon Steiner is the founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing and Memorabilia, the largest company of its kind in America. Considered a sports marketing guru, Brandon is a permanent fixture in the media as a regular on ESPN NY Radio 98.7 FM and as host of "The Hook-Up with Brandon Steiner" on YES Network. He has appeared frequently on CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, ESPN, and in newspapers including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. The author of The Business Playbook: Leadership Lessons from the World of Sports and You Gotta Have Balls: How a Kid from Brooklyn Started From Scratch, Bought Yankee Stadium, and Created a Sports Empire, Brandon lives in Scarsdale, New York, with his wife, Mara.
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JETER, MANNING, MESSIER HEADLINE STEINER SPORTS “CAPTAINS OF NEW YORK” VIP EXPERIENCE ON MONDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 8th, AT MARRIOTT MARQUIS IN TIMES SQUARE

Two iconic names from two different boardrooms will share a morning of pivotal expertise and insights at “Power Breakfast with Mark Cuban and Derek Jeter” on Thursday, December 11, at the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Hotel (145 West 44th Street) in New York City from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. Steiner Sports will present the Power Breakfast, and founder Brandon Steiner will moderate the discussion.

Cuban, the wildly successful entrepreneur, investor, and trailblazer in both the cable television and sports industries, and Jeter, the five-time World Champion New York Yankees captain, will give inspirational reflections on their life-experiences reaching the peak in their professions.

V.I.P. packages starting at $2,500 include two tickets to the breakfast with preferred Orchestra seating to the moderated discussion; photo session with Cuban and Jeter; commemorative photograph; a signed Jeter pinstripe replica jersey; and a parting gift bag.

The Mezzanine Package is priced at just $199.99 and includes: a mezzanine ticket to the moderated discussion; $50 Steiner Sports Gift card; and a New York Yankees Authentic Dirt Capsule Coaster set.

For more information and tickets visit http://www.steinersports.com/events or call 914-307-1065.

Mark Cuban is the Chairman of AXS TV, the founder of HDNET, Broadcast.com and Microsolutions, and the owner of the Dallas Mavericks. Derek Jeter was a 14-time All-Star, five-time World Champion, and five-time Gold Glove Award recipient during his illustrious career in Yankees pinstripes. Jeter is the founder of the Turn2 Foundation, and his entrepreneurial ventures include the recently-launched “Player’s Tribune” website and Jeter Publishing.

STEINER SPORTS RECOGNIZES HISTORIC MOMENTS, CONNECTS CORPORATIONS, FANS WITH TRIPLE CROWN JOCKEY VICTOR ESPINOZA ON MONDAY, ‎‎AUGUST 3, AT STEINER HEADQUARTERS IN NEW ROCHELLE ‎ 

New York Yankees rookie sensation Aaron Judge blasted a home run in his first Major League at-bat last August 13th, and that game-used jersey worn by the All-Star outfielder spearheads a multitude of baseball memorabilia on the auction block in the Steiner Auctions “2017 Mid-Summer Classic” auction. The online auction continues through Saturday, July 29 at 1:00 pm. Visit steinerauctions.com to bid and for more information.

The current bid on the uniform No. 99 Judge jersey from his debut is $12,100.

A bevy of immortal All-Star collectibles are on the block including the legendary MickeyMantle, whose 1957 All-Star Game Used and Signed Bat has a current bid $30,250, as well as Ty Cobb (Rare Bold Sweet Spot Signed Official American League baseball), Carl Yastrzemski (Rawling’s Career 7-Time Gold Glove Award), Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig (Dual Signed Official American League Baseball), just to name a few. A baseball signed by 18 iconic All-Stars including Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax, Stan Musial, Tom Seaver and 10 other greats is sure to spark spirited bidding.

In addition, the collection of fabled Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder Cookie Lavagetto, whose pinch-hit double broke up Bill Bevins’ no-hitter in Game 4 of the 1947 World Series against the Yankees, goes on the block in a consignment by his son Ernie Lavagetto. That collection includes: Lavagetto's Game Used Glove, Circa 1940's, possibly used in ’47 WS; his 1948 Oakland Acorns Pacific Coast League Championship Ring; his personally owned Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Gil Hodges, and others; and a Dwight D. Eisenhower single signed baseball.

Below are some links to the memorabilia expected to fetch top dollars from collectors:
Aaron Judge Game Used MLB Debut and First Career Home Run Jersey

Mickey Mantle 1957 All-Star Game Used and Signed Bat

One of the Finest Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig Dual Signed Official American League Baseball

1963-1977 Carl Yastrzemski Rawlings Career 7-Time Gold Glove Award

Ty Cobb Rare Bold Sweet Spot Signed OAL Baseball

Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Joe DiMaggio (18 total signatures) Baseball

Mickey Mantle Career Ring 10K Gold in Original Balfour Box

2012 Miguel Cabrera Game Used and Signed Detroit Tigers Road Jersey from Triple Crown and MVP Season

Circa 1991 Barry Bonds Pittsburgh Pirates Game Used Glove

Jose Fernandez Dual Signed 2013 Rookie of the Year Game Used Cleats

The Lavagetto Collection:
Cookie Lavagetto's Game Used Players Glove (Circa 1940's) Possible 1947 World Series Use

Cookie Lavagetto's 1948 Oakland Acorns Pacific Coast League Championship Ring

Cookie Lavagetto's Personally Owned Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball with Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Hodges etc) (JSA)

Dwight D. Eisenhower Single Signed Baseball (One of the Finest Known w Photo Proof) (Full JSA LOA)

Honus Wagner Signed 7" x 9" Wire Photo High Grade (JSA)

When heavyweight immortals Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier squared off for the third time in 1975 in the Philippines, it climaxed a bitter rivalry in a fight that many, including The Ring Magazine, rank as the #1 Fight of All-Time. Steiner Sports Memorabilia is now offering fans a chance to own a piece of history with an original promotional poster from the “Thrilla in Manila,” hand-signed by both Ali and Frazier. The “Spring Fever Auction” has over 1,600 collectibles, and this one is certainly one of the rarest. The poster is a lithograph of an original Leroy Neiman painting, and features both Hall of Fame boxers in the classic fighter's stance. The opening bid on this piece of boxing history was $500, but after spirited bidding over the past several weeks – six bids to date – the action is at $1,302. Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to bid. The auction closes at 10:00 pm on May 6.

MARK CUBAN AND DEREK JETER “POWER BREAKFAST” AT HUDSON THEATRE ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11th, PRESENTED BY STEINER SPORTS

World’s Biggest Stocking Stuffer: Shaq’s Size 22 from Steiner Sports‎

The world’s biggest stocking stuffer for a holiday gift has to be Shaquille O’Neal’s Size 22 special edition sneaker available from Steiner Sports. The autographed, Reebok “Shaq Attack” shoe from his rookie 1992-93 season with the inscription “HOF 16” is priced at $1,139.31 in a display case ($999.32 without case). Company Founder Brandon Steiner calls the "Big Diesel" gift “the biggest autographed shoe collaboration in the history of sports.” See below for New York sports stars holiday gifts!‎

Visit https://www.steinersports.com/products/shaquille-oneal-signed-reebok-shaq-attack-size-22-sneaker-inscribed-hof-2016. Steiner offers a wide-variety of gifts for the New York sports fan in your life – from a framed Derek Jeter scouting report to a Home Sweet Home sign with dirt from Citi Field;  and an Odell Beckham, Jr. signed photo of "The Catch" to a Kristaps Porzingis signed mini ball – for both limited budgets and spending sprees!‎ Here are the top 10 gifts for under $100 and the top 10 “wackiest” from Steiner Sports:‎

Top 10 $100-and-under gifts:
MLB and NBA Home Sweet Home signs
MLB and NBA Subway Signs
13 Rules of Golf Framed Print
Yogi Quotes
Facsimile Story Canvases
Porzingis Signed Mini Basketball
Odell Beckham JR framed “the Catch” 16x20 Photo
MLB and NBA Man Cave Signs
Notre Dame Stadium Commemorative Bench Piece


PLUS:
$99 section in our holiday gift guide which will include 1000+ autographed item

Top 10 Wacky Gifts:
MLB dirt pens
Major League signed movie poster
Jeter Scouting report framed print
Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) autographed photo
Caddyshack Signed Pin Flag
Burt Reynolds Signed Car
Shaq Size 22 Sneaker
Chevy Chase “Fletch” Jersey
Yankee Bat Coat Rack
Hockey Stick Bottle Opener

Cookie Lavagetto Memorabilia Collection on Steiner Auctions Block
***Dwight D. Eisenhower Signed Baseball, Game-used Glove from 1940’s, Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese Signed Baseball Among Collectibles***

STEINER SPORTS TO LAUNCH “IN THEIR OWN WORDS” HAND-WRITTEN COLLECTION ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, AT MICHAEL JORDAN’S THE STEAK HOUSE N.Y.C.

STEINER CONNECTS CORPORATIONS, FANS WITH GREATEST CHAMPIONS IN SPORTS; MARIANO RIVERA LUNCHEON SET FOR JULY 21; TRIPLE CROWN JOCKEY VICTOR ESPINOZA ON JULY 27; AND CELEBRATION OF BATTERYMATES PETTITTE AND POSADA ON AUGUST 24

As Vice President of Gatorade Worldwide Sports Marketing, Bill Schmidt was instrumental in helping to develop the iconic "Be Like Mike" advertising campaign, and was a fixture at Bulls games during the heyday of Michael Jordan for the Chicago-based company (1984-99). Now, Schmidt’s extensive collection of “Rare Air” artifacts – from ’92-93 Nike Air Jordan Game-used autographed sneakers to a signed, game-used Jersey from Jordan’s first championship season to a Jordan Signed ‘92 Finals Seat Cover - "The cover from MJ's on- court chair" – goes on the auction block in Steiner Auctions “2017 Mid-Summer Classic” auction.

More than four dozen Jordan memorabilia pieces from the Schmidt collection – jerseys, sneakers, and more – are sure to sparked spirited bidding. The online auction continues through Saturday, July 29 at 1:00 pm. Visit Steinerauctions.com to bid and for more information.

Basketball collectibles are front and center in the Mid-Summer Classic auction, including game-used memorabilia from such stars as Robert Parish, Patrick Ewing, Kevin McHale, David Robinson, Moses Malone and dozens more.

Here are links to 10 of the Jordan collectibles on the block:
Michael Jordan Signed White Sox St. Patrick’s Day Game Worn Jersey, Hat, Stirrups- White Sox Charities Loa

1990-91 Michael Jordan Game Used and Signed White Bulls Jersey (First Championship Season) (MEARS/JSA)

1992-93 Signed Michael Jordan Game Used Nike Air Jordan 7 Sneakers (Mears/JSA LOA)

Michael Jordan Signed 92 Finals Seat Cover -"The cover from MJ's on court chair" (JSA) (Letter From Bill Schmidt)

1994 Michael Jordan Game Used and Signed Cleats (Mears/JSA LOA)

Michael Jordan Charity Golf Tournament Multi-signed Sign 16x20 (JSA)

Michael Jordan Red Game Worn 92-93 Shorts (Mears Authentication Letter)

Michael Jordan Signed White Sox Jersey (JSA)

Michael Jordan Signed Augusta National Hat (JSA)

Michael Jordan Signed Gatorade Special Edition Rare Air Book (JSA)

In addition, authentic baseball collectibles are up for grabs, as well. New York Yankees rookie sensation Aaron Judge blasted a homerun in his first Major League at-bat last August 13th, and that game-used jersey worn by the All-Star outfielder spearheads a multitude of baseball memorabilia on the auction block.

The current bid on the uniform No. 99 Judge jersey from his debut is $21,438.

In addition, the immortal All-Star collectibles on the block include the legendary Mickey Mantle, whose 1957 All-Star Game Used and Signed Bat has a current bid $48,721, as well as Ty Cobb (Rare Bold Sweet Spot Signed Official American League baseball), Carl Yastrzemski (Rawling’s Career 7-Time Gold Glove Award), Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig (Dual Signed Official American League Baseball), just to name a few. A baseball signed by 18 iconic All-Stars including Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax, Stan Musial, Tom Seaver and 10 other greats is sure to spark spirited bidding.

Game Model Bats, Special Inscription Baseball Among Signed Memorabilia


Steiner Sports Memorabilia “Spring Fever” Auction Rocks! Elvis Presley Signed Check, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards Signed Photo among featured items; On-Line Auction Continues through May 6

Three of the greatest leaders, world champions and most revered figures in New York sports history – Derek Jeter, Eli Manning and Mark Messier – will make a rare appearance together at the “Captains of New York” VIP experience presented by Steiner Sports on Monday night, December 8, at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square, from 5:00-7:30 PM.

Jeter’s Yankees, Manning’s Giants, and Messier’s Rangers are all indelibly etched forever in the fabric of New York’s rich sports history, underlined by their clutch performances, accomplished leadership and world championship performances.

For one night only, fans will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a VIP experience with these legendary sports figures. The exclusive package includes: two tickets to the “meet and greet” and photo opportunity, and one limited edition “Captains of New York” set featuring a Jeter autographed baseball, Manning autographed mini-helmet and Messier autographed Rangers logo puck, all showcased in a limited edition panoramic glass display case. The VIP packages start at $2,500.

(Note that the players will not be signing any other merchandise at the event and that the limited edition collectibles will be shipped following the event).

General Admission tickets are priced at $125, which includes a ticket to the moderated discussion and a $50 Steiner Sports Gift Card.

For tickets and information call 914-307-1065 or visit http://www.steinersports.com/events.html.

The classic, oft-repeated Mick Jagger hit lyrics “it's only rock 'n roll but I like it” have resonated since 1974, and they will ring true for collectors when a bevy of vintage pieces of rock memorabilia go on the auction block in the on-line “Fall Classic Auction” from Steiner Sports Memorabilia which continues through October 23.

The music collectibles are highlighted by vintage, acoustic and electric guitars from such musicians of mythical proportions as The Allman Brothers Band, James Taylor, Neil Young, Richie Havens, Jon Bon Jovi, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Dave Matthews, Tim McGraw, Joan Baez and Willie Nelson, just to name a few. They will accompany pieces of sports memorabilia from the collections of such legends as the late, iconic New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, Yankees “Perfect Game” pitcher Don Larsen and football Giants Super Bowl XXV MVP Ottis Anderson.

Ringo Starr signed drum sticks framed with color artwork of Starr by Bart Forbes, and a Carlos Santana signed set of red bongo drums are also among the rare memorabilia available. A Baseball signed by Nelson and a Garth Brooks autographed baseball bat add a sports twist to the music memorabilia.

Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to check out the myriad of collectables and to bid on the auction.

“Music aficionados will be amazed at the classic memorabilia on the block,” said Steiner Sports CEO Brandon Steiner. “These rare, hand-signed guitars are sure to spark spirited bidding.”

Here is the complete list of rock and music memorabilia which are on the auction block:

  • Melissa Etheridge signed ovation celebrity acoustic guitar
  • Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and Alec John Such Triple Signed Fender Stratocaster Guitar
  • Allman Brothers Band Signed Fender Squier Electric Guitar
  • Pat Benatar and REO Speedwagon Signed Ovation Acoustic Guitar
  • Bonnie Raitt Signed Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar
  • Jackson Browne and John Hiatt Dual Signed Takamine Acoustic Guitar
  • James Taylor Signed Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
  • 1998 Lilith Fair Artists Multi-Signed Olympia Acoustic Guitar
  • Styx Signed Peavey Electric Guitar
  • The Cardigans Signed Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
  • Moody Blues Signed Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
  • The Cranberries Signed Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
  • Dave Matthews Signed Gibson Chet Atkins Model Epiphone Guitar
  • Neil Young Signed Angelica Acoustic Guitar
  • Everly Brothers Signed Fender Squier Electric Guitar
  • Joe Cocker, Buddy Guy, Big James, Paul W. Mundy, Fabulous Thunderbirds, Radiators, Buddy Guy Multi-Signed Fender Stratocaster Guitar
  • American Signed Eleca Acoustic Guitar
  • Doobie Brothers Signed Copley Acoustic Guitar
  • Richie Havens Signed Copley Acoustic Guitar
  • Steppenwolf Signed s101 Electric Guitar
  • Joe Bonamassa Signed Gibson Epiphone Special II Acoustic Guitar
  • The Monkees Signed Gibson Epiphone Special Model Electric Guitar
  • Kenny Chesney Signed Takamine Acoustic Guitar with Corona Stamped on Body
  • Crosby, Stills and Nash Signed Epiphone Acoustic Guitar
  • Los Lonely Boys Signed Fender Squier Bullet Electric Guitar
  • Edgar Winter Signed Fender Squier Electric Guitar
  • Tim McGraw Signed Alvarez Acoustic Guitar
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter Signed Fender DG15 Acoustic Guitar
  • Randy Travis Signed Epiphone Acoustic Guitar
  • Joan Baez Signed Fender Acoustic Guitar
  • Willie Nelson Signed Johnson Acoustic Guitar
  • ZZ Top Signed Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar
  • Ringo Starr Signed Drum Sticks framed with Color Artwork of Starr by Bart Forbes LE/500
  • Carlos Santana Signed Set of 2-LP Aspire Signed Red Bongo Drums
  • Willie Nelson Signed OML Baseball

The treasure trove of memorabilia, called by Steiner “our biggest auction in history,” that includes 2,500 gems for collectors highlighted by Berra’s 1953 World Series Championship ring, which was the only one of his 10 title rings that the legend actually wore after winning five straight Fall Classics from 1949 through 1953; as well as both his National Baseball Hall of Fame ring and plaque which were presented upon his induction in 1972; Larsen’s “Babe Ruth Award,” which was presented to the hurler as the 1956 World Series Most Valuable Player in recognition of his historic Fall Classic performance, heads the Larsen lot.

New York, September 22 — Didi Gregorius continues to have the hot hand. The New York Yankees shortstop, who made history Wednesday (September 20) by shattering Derek Jeter's single-season franchise home run record for a shortstop with his 25th circuit blast of the campaign, has signed an exclusive collectibles deal with Steiner Sports, it was announced today.


Gregorius joins Steiner’s impressive exclusive lineup which includes Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Eli Manning, Odell Beckham, Jr., Mark Messier, Henrik Lundqvist and newly-inked Stephen Curry.


The Didi memorabilia line which is sure to delight collectors and Bombers fans alike will include autographed game model bats, special inscription baseballs, game-used collectibles, and special edition pieces. Visit https://www.steinersports.com/collections/didi-gregorius.


Gregorius has emerged as a bona fide star, capturing the fancy of Yankees zealots with his charm and demeanor off the field, and a display of power and clutch-hitting that has kept the Bronx Bombers in stride with the Red Sox in the American League East pennant race. The Yankees have won three straight, seven of their last eight, and 10 of their last 12, in large part thanks to Didi’s potent bat.

Tyson, Holyfield, Leonard, Duran, Hearns Meet 700 Fans of the Sweet Science  ​at the Steiner Store on April 5
​***700 Flock to Autograph Session/Meet and Greet***

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Aaron Judge Debut Jersey Top Seller in Steiner Online Auction at $160,000

Steiner Sports Memorabilia “Spring Fever” Auction Highlighted by Original Set of Blue Prints for New Yankee Stadium, Pete Sampras U.S. Open Tennis Racket, and Game-Used Bats; On-Line Auction Continues through May 6

Brandon Steiner, the Founder and CEO of Steiner Sports Marketing, has long recognized the importance of historic sports moments, and does so again when Triple Crown champion jockey Victor Espinoza, who recently signed an exclusive deal with Steiner, will be front and center on Monday night, August 3, at Steiner Sports headquarters (145 Huguenot Street) in New Rochelle, New York (please note the date and venue have changed). ‎ ‎
 
Steiner Sports will hosting the “Triple Crown Celebration with Victor Espinoza,” featuring the rider of American Pharoah, who will meet fans, and talk about the first Triple Crown victory in 37 years from 6:30-8:30 PM. 
 
VIP Packages are priced at $199‎,‎ ‎including two tickets to the Q and A discussion, a photo with the jockey, and a signed 8x10 photograph. 
For information and tickets, please call 914-307-1065 or email MarketingGroup@steinersports.com.
 
To view Victor Espinoza's signed Triple Crown Sports Collection or for additional information about Steiner Sports, please visit: www.steinersports.com.
 
"The historic performance was one for the ages, and we are thrilled to be able to give fans and corporate clients the chance to preserve this memory that will last a lifetime first hand," said Steiner.
 
“The last time there was a Triple Crown champion, I was a student at Syracuse, Jimmy Carter was president, and the cell phone hadn’t been invented,” he added. “To give some historical perspective, Kobe Bryant, Usher, Manny Pacquaio and Ashton Kutcher were all born that year. It was a long time ago.”

Winning bids totaling more than $1.2 million on nearly 2,000 memorabilia pieces – with the 1953 World Series Championship ring of late, legendary Yankees Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra the top-seller at $159,720 – highlighted the Steiner Sports Memorabilia Fall Classic Auction on-line, which concluded yesterday (Monday, October 24). In all, gems from the Berra Collection sparked the auction, garnering $493,855 in total bids on 81 lots.

The auction began on September 13th.

A bidder who wished to remain anonymous made the fourth and final bid on the ring that was said by Yogi’s son Dale to be the “only one of 10 title rings that Berra wore after winning five straight World Series.”

Here are the high bids on the items from the collections of Yankees icon Berra, which had the three leaders and four of the top five highest bids, Yankees Perfect Game pitcher Don Larsen, Giants Super Bowl MVP Ottis Anderson, and Rangers Stanley Cup Champion coach Mike Keenan, as well as signed collectibles by Yankees immortals Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Mickey Mantle, and basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan.


$159,720: Berra’s 1953 World Series Championship ring, which was the only one of his 10 title rings that the legend actually wore after winning five straight Fall Classics from 1949 through 1953;
$90,000: Berra’s 1972 Hall of Fame induction ring;
$71,874: Berra’s 1961 Game-Worn World Series jersey;
$60,000: Anderson’s Vince Lombardi Trophy from Super Bowl 25;
$36,300: Berra’s 1972 Hall of Fame Induction plaque;
$27,584: Gehrig OAL signed baseball inscribed to the best man in his wedding;
$21,013: Jordan’s game-worn and signed 1989 Air Jordan IV sneakers;
$20,724: Keenan’s 1994 Stanley Cup Trophy;
$14,153: Ruth De Beers signed baseball;
$12,545: Larsen’s personal 50th Anniversary Perfect Game ring;
$10,900: Mantle’s #7 Diamond “Career” ring;
$6,000: Keenan’s 2006 Harley Davidson Motorcycle

Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ for the full results.

The family of the late, iconic New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, and Yankees “Perfect Game” pitcher Don Larsen will sell pieces of their personal baseball memorabilia collections in an on-line auction through Steiner Sports Memorabilia. The “Fall Classic Auction” will begin today (Tuesday, September 13), and continue through October 23, it was announced today by company CEO Brandon Steiner.

Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to bid.

The treasure trove of memorabilia, called by Steiner “our biggest auction in history,” that includes 2,500 gems for collectors highlighted by Berra’s 1953 World Series Championship ring, which was the only one of his 10 title rings that the legend actually wore after winning five straight Fall Classics from 1949 through 1953; as well as both his National Baseball Hall of Fame ring and plaque which were presented upon his induction in 1972, and a vintage,1961 game-used, home pinstripe #8 jersey; Larsen’s “Babe Ruth Award,” which was presented to the hurler as the 1956 World Series Most Valuable Player in recognition of his historic Fall Classic performance, heads the Larsen lot.

The Berra collection also includes a bevy of photographs, his driver's license, credit cards, signed checks, signed contracts, signed baseball cards and other personal documents.

Berra’s sons Larry, Tim and Dale Berra decided to give their father’s legion of fans the chance to own a piece of history. “It is a pleasure and honor for the Berra family to share dad’s history with his many followers,” said Dale Berra, “because they are responsible for his legacy.”

“His ’53 championship ring is a real collector’s item because it has a diamond 'Five' on it," added Dale. "It was given to the few players like dad and Phil Rizzuto who had won five World Series in a row. That’s a very special piece.”

Many of the Larsen pieces are connected to his 1956 World Series Perfect Game, including a 1956 letter from President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and 2006 letters from Governor George Pataki and Mayor Rudy Giuliani of in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the “Perfecto.”

Mike Tyson hasn’t been in the ring in nearly a decade, but his popularity hasn’t waned. You would have thought that he had a championship fight on the horizon when 700 fans of the “Sweet Science” flocked to meet the former heavyweight champ at the Steiner Store on Saturday (April 5) in Garden City on Long Island. It took 12 security guards to escort “Iron Mike” from the signing because a massive crowd had gathered in Roosevelt Field Mall. The Tyson fans paid from $149 for a photo op to $2,000 for a VIP package with all five former champs.


Evander Holyfield vs. Mike Tyson II (June 28, 1997) and Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Duran II (November 25, 1980) produced two of the most bizarre finishes in the history of boxing. The headlines blared “Tyson bites Holyfield,” and “No Mas.” Steiner Sports presented boxing aficionados the chance to meet these boxing legends, along with Thomas “Hitman” Hearns, at the ticketed event. The Tyson fans paid from $149 for a photo op to $2,000 for a VIP package with all five former champs.


Tyson quipped that Steiner needed to put a fan in between he and Holyfield so that another brawl wouldn’t ensue similar to their heyday battles, but both former kingpins were all smiles during the many photo ops. Duran hugged just about everyone there, including Holyfield upon his arrival.

​Holyfield and Tyson renewed their late nineties heavyweight rivalry.  The duo had engaged in a pair of epics at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In the first on November 9, 1996 Holyfield outmuscled Tyson to score one of the most monumental upsets in boxing history. Holyfield became the first heavyweight since Muhammad Ali to regain the heavyweight title twice. The rematch was one of boxing’s most bizarre encounters on June 28, 1997, and saw Tyson bite off a piece of Holyfield’s ear to be disqualified by referee Mills Lane.

Like Holyfield and Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran battled in one of the most famous championship fights in boxing history. After Duran took the title from Leonard in a unanimous decision on June 20, 1980 in Montreal, a rematch was inevitable. Just five months later, on November 25 in New Orleans, Duran said “No Mas” and Leonard regained the belt. It gained its famous moniker at the end of the eighth round when Durán turned away from Leonard, towards the referee and quit by saying "No más." To this day, Duran says that stomach cramps. Leonard was the winner by a technical knockout at 2:44 of Round 8, regaining the WBC Welterweight Championship.Nine years later, Leonard again beat Duran in their third match up by unanimous decision on December 12, 1989, in a fight that didn’t have nearly the hoopla of the first two.


Leonard and Thomas “Hitman” Hearns  likewise had classic encounters. They fought twice, once in 1981 and again in 1989, both are considered to be epics, both at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. In their first encounter on September 16, 1981, for the undisputed Welterweight championship, Leonard beat Hearns by TKO at 1:45 in the 14th round when the referee stopped the fight.

After almost eight years, the Leonard-Hearns rematch finally happened. It was promoted as "The War". Leonard (35-1 with 25 KOs) and Hearns (46-3 with 38 KOs) met on June 12, 1989 at Caesar's Palace in a scheduled twelve-rounder for the WBC & WBO super-middleweight titles. Though Hearns had Leonard on the canvas twice, the judges scored the fight a draw, with both boxers retaining their respective titles. The decision was soundly booed, as most felt that Hearns had won.


Hearns and Duran fought only once for the WBO Super Welterweight championship. That was a dominating performance by the Hitman, who dropped Duran twice in the first round. After nailing Duran with a devastating right to the jaw in the second round, Hearns stepped back and Duran fell face first to the canvas. The fight was over.​​

The original complete set of blue prints to architect the new Yankee Stadium construction; a tennis racket used by Pete Sampras in his first U.S. Open and Grand Slam victory in 1990; Mickey Mantle’s career 10 K gold ring in its original Balfour box; and game-used bats by such baseball greats as Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Elston Howard, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Mike Trout (first MVP season) are among the highlights of a treasure-trove collection on the auction block in the “Spring Fever Auction” presented by Steiner Sports Memorabilia from now through May 6.

The wide array of memorabilia up for grabs also includes a Barry Bonds game-used Pittsburgh Pirates glove (circa 1990); the most prolific, multi-signed Hall of Fame bat featuring signatures of more than 60 greats; a baseball signed by 27 members of the old Brooklyn Dodgers; and rare autographed and game-used memorabilia from such baseball icons as Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig, just to name a few.


Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to bid.


The auction’s lynchpin collectibles also include: the prolific autographed bat which has five dozen signatures includes Aaron, Ted Williams, Sandy Koufax, Mantle, Willie Mays, Willie Stargell, Catfish Hunter, Tony Gwynn, and Stan Musial; the Brooklyn Dodgers signature baseball which includes Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, and Gil Hodges; a dual-signed, Ruth-Gehrig Goldsmith Semi Pro League Baseball; and an Aaron cracked game-used Adirondack professional model bat with heavy use.


A home plate set from historic Fenway Park signed by the Boston Red Sox 2007 World Series Champions; a game-used baseball from Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star pitcher Clayton Kershaw’s first Major League start (vs. San Francisco Giants); and a game-used first base set from the 2004 ALCS signed by David Ortiz (inscriptions: '04 ALCS MVP' and Final Out 2004 ALCS) are among the other memorabilia pieces highlighting the hundreds of collectibles on the block.


“This is a statement auction for Steiner Sports,” says company founder Brandon Steiner. “Past auctions have been led by rare and remarkable memorabilia such as Jackie Robinson’s game-used World Series Glove and Don Larsen’s Perfect Game Uniform, but never before has there been a lineup like this! We expect spirited bidding.”


Babe Ruth Memorabilia
Babe Ruth Signed OAL Baseball PSA/DNA
Babe Ruth Game Model Bat (MEARS A6)
Babe Ruth/Lou Gehrig Dual Signed Goldsmith Semi Pro League Baseball (JSA LOA)
Babe Ruth Signed 28"x32" Framed Collage (BVG Encapsulated High Grade Auto)
Babe Ruth Signed Original 4 x 6" Photo with Strong Signature Framed 20" x 24" Collage (Needs Auth)
Babe Ruth Signed Who's Who in Baseball 1933 Book Page Framed (Needs Auth)
Babe Ruth Signed Boston Mass. Envelope with June 24 - 1926 Inscription (PSA/DNA High Grade Ruth)

Mickey Mantle Memorabilia
Nineteen (19) Signature HOF Baseball with Mickey Mantle, Carl Hubbell, Berra, Snider, Aaron, Yaz, Gomez and Many More (Needs Auth)
Movie Set Multi Signed Baseball with Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Whitey Ford, Feller, and More (Needs Auth)
Mickey Mantle Joe DiMaggio Yogi Berra Multi-Signed Yankees Stars Baseball (Needs Auth)
Mickey Mantle Career Ring LE /536 10K Gold in Original Balfour Box
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball PSA/DNA Graded 10
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball PSA/DNA 
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball PSA/DNA Graded 8.5
Mickey Charles Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball PSA/DNA Graded 8.5
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball PSA/DNA 
Mickey Mantle Signed Baseball w/ "To Joe, Great Shot Asshole" Insc
Mickey Mantle Signed no 7 Inscribed Baseball JSA
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball No 6 1951 7/16/94 Inscription
Mickey Mantle, Bobby Richardson Dual Signed Inscribed ball PSA/DNA Holo Only
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball 18 WS HR Inscription JSA
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball 1710 k's Inscription JSA
Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris Dual Signed OAL Baseball PSA/DNA
Mickey Mantle Signed OAL Brown Baseball 536 HR Inscription JSA
Mickey Mantle Baseball Signed/Inscribed “Our shake was funny asshole” Mickey Mantle & Greer Johnson
Mickey Mantle Signed Hand Painted Baseball JSA
Mickey Mantle Signed Hand Painted Baseball JSA
Framed Mickey Mantle Signed Panoramic 1947 Whiz Kids Photo 8" x 22" (Full JSA LOA)

Baseball Bats
The Most Prolific Mutli-Signed HOF Bat with over 60 Signatures (Jeter, Aaron, Williams, Koufax, Mantle, Mays, Stargell, Catfish, Gwynn, Musial, and tons more) (JSA LOA)
Ken Griffey Jr. Signed Seattle Mariners Game-Used Home Run Bat 6/6/1998 (HR No. 23- AL Home Run Leader) (Full JSA LOA, PSA/DNA GU7, Griffey Jr. LOA)
Hank Aaron Cracked Game Used Adirondack Professional Model Bat with Heavy Use (PSA/DNA)
Jimmy Foxx Signed Bat - PSA/DNA
Stan Musial Louisville Slugger Musial Model Game Bat Cracked with Heavy Use (PSA/DNA)
2005 Gary Sheffield Game Used Signed Bat with "2005 Game Used, .291 Avg. 34 HR, 123 RBI" Inscription (Sheff Auth and All American)
Mel Ott Game Model Bat (MEARS A7)
Elston Howard Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Professional Model Bat (PSA/DNA)
2014 Mike Trout Anaheim Angels Old Hickory Game Used Bat (PSA/DNA GU 9.5) (1st MVP Season)
Hank Bauer Professional Model Cracked Bat with Excellent Use (PSA/DNA GU 9.5)
Gil McDougald Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)
Tito Francona Game Used Louisville Slugger Professional Model Bat with Heavy Use Cracked (PSA/DNA)
Jerry Zimmerman Game Used cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)
Mike De La Hoz Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)
Harry Simpson Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)
Ty Cline Game used Cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)
2012 Bryce Harper Unsigned Game Used Louisville Slugger Rookie Season Bat (Altman LOA) (PSA/DNA)
2002 Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners Mizuno Professional Model Game Used Bat (MEARS A6.5)
2001 Tino Martinez Game Used Signed New York Yankees Bat with "Game Used 2001" Inscription
2000 - 2001 Jorge Posada Game Used Bat World Series Years (Steiner Certified) Used by Tino Martinez Also
Bernie Williams Game Used Yankees Bat (PSA 8)
2011 Jorge Posada Game Used Bat (Steiner Authenticated)

Baseball Memorabilia
Hall of Fame multi signed baseball with DiMaggio, Greenberg, Wynn, Gomez, Cronin, 23 total signatures JSA
HOF and Star Baseball Signed by Roger Maris, Hank Aaron, Joe DiMaggio and More!  JSA LOA
Brooklyn Dodgers 27 Signature Baseball with Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Snider, Reese, Hodges and More (Needs Auth)
Multi-Signed Hall of Fame Logo Baseball (incl. T. Seaver, Pee Wee Reese, R. Jackson, Y. Berra, J. Hunter and More)(Full JSA LOA)
1977 New York Yankees Team Signed (30 Signature) Baseball with Thurman Munson, Elston Howard, Catfish Hunter and Yogi Berra (PSA/DNA LOA)
1964 Yankees Team Signed 27 sig Baseball PSA/DNA Graded 6.5
2004 Boston Red Sox Team Signed Baseball (MLB MR580911)
2009 Philadelphia Phillies Team Signed World Series Baseball (37 Signatures) (Full JSA LOA)
Clay Buchholz No Hitter Game Used Baseball 9 - 1 - 2007 (MLB BB 635328)
Mariano Rivera Signed & Inscribed w/ "Save #649, Last Save at Home" White Sox at Yankees 9-04-2013 Game Used Baseball (MLB Auth)
Andy Pettitte Signed and Inscribed w/ Final Home Win Blue Jays at Yankees 8-22-2013 Game Used Baseball (MLB Auth)
Hank Greenberg Single Signed Baseball with "Best Wishes, Sept. 24th 1945" Full JSA LOA
Billy Martin Signed OAL Cronin Baseball JSA
Pittsburgh Pirates 16 Signature Team Signed Baseball with Strong Roberto Clemente (Needs Auth)
Thurman Munson Single Signed Little League Baseball (Needs Auth)
1979 Pete Rose Johnny Bench Phillies/Reds Signed ONL Feeney Game Used Baseball (MEARS LOA/JSA)
Phillies Multi-Signed Baseball with Steve Carlton, Schmidt, McCarver, Boone, Taylor Etc (Needs Auth)
St. Louis Cardinals Multi Signed Baseball with Stan Musial, Curt Flood, Brock, Schoendienst, Gibson, Slaughter and more (Etc)
St. Louis Cardinals Multi Signed Baseball with Red Schoendienst, Lou Brock, and Early Career Keith Hernandez (Needs Auth)
Ken Griffey Jr. Signed Fastest to 400 HR OMLB Baseball (UDA LE/2000)
Elston Howard Single Signed Little League Baseball (Needs Auth)
1998 Yankees Team Signed Baseball with Derek Jeter, Joe Torre, Rivera, O'Neill, Posada (25 Signatures) (Steiner Holo Only)
Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa Dual Signed Baseball (Needs Auth)
Yankees Multi Signed Baseball with Thurman Munson (Needs Auth)
Atlanta Braves Mutli-Signed Baseball with Hank Aaron. Ed Matthews, Neikro and More (27 Signatures)(Needs Auth)
Game Used Baseball from Clayton Kershaw's 1st Career Start vs. Rival San Francisco Giants
Honus Wagner Signed and Framed 22" x 22" Collage (Needs Auth)

Fenway Park Memorabilia
2007 Boston Red Sox Team Signed Game Used Home Plate Removed 5/31/2007 (BB 557649, Steiner)
2007 Boston Red Sox Team Signed Game Used Home Plate Removed 6/26 - 7/10/2007 (BB 558169, Steiner)

Other Baseball Memorabilia
Alex Rodriguez, Matsui, Boggs, Brosius, Damon, Cone, Torre, Girardi, Pettitte, Dent, Torrez, Jeter, Rivera Multi-Signed New York Yankees Game Used Home Plate (Main Field) (10/1/2015) (HZ998767) (10,000th Franchise Win)
Lou Gehrig Signed 8 x 10 Photo (PSA/DNA Graded 10 Gem Mint and JSA LOA)
Aaron Judge & Tyler Austin Dual Signed New York Yankees Game Used Home Plate w/ MLB Debut, 1st MLB Debut HR's, Back To Back Insc (Main Field) (8/13/2016) (JB772852)
1955 Ted Williams and Joe Cronin Signed Red Sox Contract with Original revisions from Lawyer Jack Hayes (PSA/DNA)
Thurman Munson Signed New York Yankees Payroll Check dated Feb 7, 1979 (d. 1979) (PSA/DNA Encapsulated)
Circa 1991 Barry Bonds Pittsburgh Pirates Game Used Glove
Bob Ojeda Signed Game Used Glove 1986 Season with "1986 Season" Inscription (Needs Auth)
Jason Varitek Game Used Catcher’s Mask from 2004 World Series
Madison Bumgarner 10/3/2015 San Francisco Giants Game-Used Home Jersey (MLB Hologram- Pinch-Hit Single)
1994 Barry Bonds Turn Back the Clock San Francisco Seals Game Used Uniform (Mears)
2015 Gary Sanchez Pre-Rookie New York Yankees Surprise Saguaros Arizona Fall League Game-Used Pinstripe Home Jersey (MLB Hologram)
David Wells 2002 New York Yankees Game Used Home Jersey
Frank Pepidino Game Used and Signed 1970 New York Yankees Flannel Jersey (JSA and Heritage LOA)
2009 Max Scherzer Arizona Diamondbacks Game Worn Alternate Jersey (MEARS LOA)(First Full MLB Season)
Barry Larkin's 2004 All-Star Weekend Worn Jersey Team Signed (MLB Holo)
2002 Roberto Alomar New York Mets Signed Game Worn Home Jersey (MEARS LOA/JSA)
Kevin Youkilis Game Used and signed Jersey BB556237 (No Auth for Game Use)
Bob Welch Oakland Athletics 1988 World Series Used Professional Model Jersey (Mears Auth)
Home Plate Umpire Randy Marsh Game 7 2004 ALCS Game Worn Uniform (Hat, Jersey, Brush)
Cory Lidle Game Used Norfolk Tides Road Jersey (Tides LOA)
Clay Buchholz No Hitter Game Used Rosin Bag 9 - 1 - 2007 (MLB BB 635374)
2007 World Series Game 3 Used 2nd Base Signed by Daisuke Matsusaka (UDA) and (BB 513902)
2004 ALCS Game Used 1st Base Set 2 Signed by David Ortiz with '04 ALCS MVP' Inscription (UDA and MLB MT00510116)(Final Out 2004 ALCS)
Game Used and Signed Home Plate From Joe Torre's Final Game as Yankee Manager 2007 ALDS Game 4 (BB 700056, Steiner)
Roger Clemens Signed Pitching Mound From Last Start of Career with "Last Start" Inscription (700055 BB and Steiner)
2004 WORLD SERIES USED ST. LOUIS CARDINALS VISITORS BULLPEN PITCHING RUBBER MT00427489
Original Complete Set in binding of Blueprints from New 2009 Yankee Stadium Construction (Stamped 2007) 58 Total Plans
Original Osborne Engineering Yankee Stadium Architectural Plan/Blue Print 36 x 24" (9/16/1921)
1911 World Series Game 1 Ticket Giants Vs. Athletics (Polo Grounds) VG+

NBA Memorabilia
NBA Top 50 Signed and Framed 44"x 64" Collage (Jordan, Chamberlain, Maravich, etc) (Needs Auth)
Michael Jordan Signed Air Jordan 1984 Throwback Shoe Pair (Both Signed) 17/23 (UDA)
Kobe Bryant Signed 2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers Team Issued/Used Official NBA Game Basketball (Team Sourced)
LeBron James Game Worn Sneakers from Nov 2 2012 vs Knicks (LeBron’s First Championship and MVP Season) (Photo Style Match) (LeBron Charity LOA)(MEARS)
Kevin Durant Rookie 2007-08 Seattle Super Sonics Game-Used Road Jersey (Rookie of the Year / BBHOF LOA)
Kobe Bryant 2007-08 Los Angeles Lakers Game Used Alternate Jersey - MVP Season - 60th Patch (DC Sports LOA)
Kobe Bryant 2000-01 Los Angeles Lakers Game Used & Signed Adidas Sneakers - Title Season (MEARS)

NFL Memorabilia
Michael Strahan 1994 New York Giants Signed Game Used Jersey Hammered (MEARS)
Troy Aikman Signed Dallas Cowboys Game-Used Mid 1990s Helmet (Full JSA LOA,Originally Sourced From Aikman)

Martin Brodeur Memorabilia
Martin Brodeur Reebok White/Red/Black Blockers (08-09 Used) Photo Matched Getty #83528133 – 552 season, used in Oct/Nov 2008
Martin Brodeur Reebok White/Red/Black Gloves (08-09 Used) Photo Matched Getty #83455693 – Oct. 2008
Martin Brodeur Vaughn 12-13 Game Used Pads (Pair) Photo Matched Getty #161774261 Used in Feb 2013
Martin Brodeur Game Used White/Red/Black Sherwood Goalie Stick- 12/7/09 vs. Buffalo Sabres (103rd Career Shutout)
Martin Brodeur Game Used White/Black Reebok Goalie Stick- 3/10/09 vs. Calgary Flames Win #549
Martin Brodeur Game Used White/Red Sherwood Stick- Shutout #119 Vs. Carolina

Other Memorabilia
Elvis Presley Signed Check (PSA/DNA 8) 28" x 32" Framed Collage with 24K Gold Viva Las Vegas and Platinum Don't Be Cruel Limited Edition Records
1990 Pete Sampras US Open Match Used Tennis Racquet (First US Open and Grand Slam Victory)
Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier dual Signed Original Thrilla in Manilla Fight Poster Framed (JSA Holo)
Jack Nicklaus Signed Golf Club in Massive Shadow Box
Masters Winners Signed Framed 44" x 64" Collage (Nelson, Woods, Snead, Mickelson, Nicklaus, Palmer etc) (1934-1998 Complete) (Needs Auth)
Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles Kings Game Used Stick
Original Boston Garden Triple Seat Pair Signed by Bob Cousy and Red Auerback with photo proofType your paragraph here.

Big Blue Duo at Steiner Store in Long Island
Rookie of the Year Odell Beckham, Jr., Running Back Rashad Jennings to Appear at Steiner Store in Roosevelt Field Mall on Wednesday, June 24th

Hockey zealots will be salivating at the chance to own the memorabilia pieces from the greatest players to ever hit the ice from the collection of longtime New York Islanders equipment manager Joe McMahon on the Steiner Auctions block in the Mid-Summer Classic auction. With game-used sticks, and personally autographed game pucks and other collectibles from Hall of Fame legends like Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr and Mario Lemieux to Islanders Stanley Cup heroes such as Mike Bossy, Billy Smith and Denis Potvin, the McMahon collection is sure to spark spirited bidding.

A 20-year veteran of the hockey wars, McMahon has signed Steiner Letters of Authenticity attesting to the provenance of the items on the on-line block, which continues through July 29th. Visit steinerauctions.com to bid and for more details.

Lists of Islanders collectibles and greats on the game memorabilia from the McMahon collection are below:

NHL Greats
Wayne Gretzky Game Used Titan TPM 2020 Stick with Heavy Use Signed and Personalized ‘To Joe’

Chris Chelios Signed Game Used Sherwood SOP 9950 Stick with Heavy Use

Adam Graves Game Used Signed and Personalized ‘To Joe’ Model Victoriaville Ultra Vic 4050 Stick with Heavy Use

Felix Potvin Signed Game Used Ultralite Brians Stick with Heavy Use

Mario Lemieux Signed Game Used Koho Revolution stick with Heavy Use

Bobby Orr Signed NHL Official Game Puck

Rob Gilbert Signed 75th Anniversary Official Game Puck

Mike Modano Signed Stanley Cup 1893-1993 Official Game Puck

Jaromir Jagr Signed Stanley Cup 1893-1993 Official Game Puck


Islanders Stanley Cup Champions
Denis Potvin Signed Game Used Titan TPM 2020 stick with Heavy Use


Mike Bossy Signed Game Used Titan TPM 2020 stick With Heavy Use


Billy Smith Signed Game Model Victoriaville Pro Vic Stick with Heavy use

Bryan Trottier Signed Game Used Victoriaville Ultra Vic 4050 stick with Heavy use

Brent Sutter Game Used Sherwood PMP 9030 Stick With Heavy Use

Billy Carroll Game Used Victoriaville Ultra Vic Stick w/Heavy use

Denis Potvin Signed Official NY Islander's Game Puck

A "Big Blue" summer wave will hit Long Island when two New York Football Giants will be at theSteiner Store in Garden City  on Wednesday, June 24th . Rookie of the Year Odell Beckham, Jr. and running backRashad Jennings will appear at the Steiner flagship  location at Roosevelt Field Mall (630 Old Country Road) from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. ‎


For tickets and more information call the Steiner Store at 516-739-0580 or visit  http://www.steinersports.com/upcoming-signings.html.   ‎


Odell Beckham, Jr. turned heads with his sparkling catches in his debut season in the NFL.  After missing the first four games of the season due to a hamstring injury, the wide receiver made his presence known in the 12 remaining games. He led the Giants in receptions (91), receiving yards (1,305) and touchdowns (12).


Rashad Jennings joined the Giants before the 2014 season to help Big Blue’s running game. He led the team in yards per attempt (3.8) and found the end zone four times in the 2014 season. Previously, Jennings was with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2009-2012) and the Oakland Raiders (2013). ‎


The duo will be available to sign autographs, meet fans and take photos. Beckham, Jr. will be signing flats for $109 and any equipment for $119. Jennings will be signing any item for $29.  ‎

Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux Game-Used Sticks Among Hockey Memorabilia on Steiner Auctions Block from Collection of Islanders Equipment Manager

The uniform jersey worn by Aaron Judge in the Yankee rookie's debut game, which fetched a high bid of $160,644, was the top seller in SteinerAuctions' Mid-Summer Classic online auction which concluded Saturday (July 29).

There were 22 bids and over 13,000 views on the jersey worn by Judge when he smashed a home run in his first MLB at-bat on August 13, 2016.

Another Aaron Judge jersey that was auctioned off was his game used Father’s Day jersey, which went for $23,597.

A Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig Dual Signed Ball sold for $33,688.

A total of more than $1 million in winning bids was collected on 1,006 memorabilia pieces.

The CookieLavagetto Collection was highlighted by a $28,159 final bid on a baseball signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, which was consigned by the famous Brooklyn Dodgers' son, Ernie.

The star memorabilia piece of the Michael Jordan Collection consigned by former Gatorade VP Bill Schmidt was a pair of Jordan signed, game-worn baseball cleats that drew a winning bid of $25,958. Jordan played for the White Sox AA affiliate Birmingham Barons in 1994. Also in this collection were a pair of game used sneakers and a pair of Player Editions sneakers that sold for $16,115 and $13,317.

Collectors interested in consigning memorabilia to the next Steiner auction may call 914-307-1058 or email auction@steinersports.com.

There’s a new kid in town and his name is Gary Sanchez!

The New York professional athlete with the shortest time on his team’s roster has emerged as the leader in holiday gift-giving among sales at SteinerSports.com. Neophyte Gary Sanchez, the Yankees rookie sensation whose torrid hitting led to a pair of Player of the Week honors and Player of the Month for August in the American League, is atop the sales meter since Black Friday.

Bronx Bombers’ all-time greats, the  “Core 4” duo of Derek Jeter (sixth), Mariano Rivera (seventh), and iconic catcher Yogi Berra (ninth) give the Yankees four in the top 10.

Rangers’ zealots show their passion, as they always do, with goaltender Henrik Lundqvist ranking second, and the captain, Ryan McDonagh, who rounds out the top 10.

Second-year forward KristapsPorzingis, emerging as a legitimate NBA star with the Knicks on a roll, rates third in sales, and is the only hoopster in the top 10.

The football Giants have a trio on the list: two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning ranks fourth, the sensational wide receiver OdellBeckham, Jr. follows in fifth, and the biggest surprise to make the top 10 is safety Landon Collins, the Alabama defensive whiz who rates eighth.

"Gary Sanchez is the new kid in town, he's provocative." says Steiner Sports executive vice president Sean Mahoney. "The incredible numbers he put up in just two months have fans dreaming that he could be the next big star in baseball, and want to be a part of that. Gary has had one of the most impressive starts to a career in New York sports history, and that's intriguing."

Here’s the list:

Steiner Sports Top 10 Holiday Sales /Black Friday (Nov. 24) through current
1. Gary Sanchez/Yankees
2. Henrik Lundqvist/Rangers
3. Kristaps Porzingis/Knicks
4. Eli Manning/Giants
5. Odell Beckham, Jr./Giants
6. Derek Jeter/Yankees
7. Mariano Rivera/Yankees
8. Landon Collins/Giants
9. Yogi Berra/Yankees
10. Ryan McDonagh/Rangers


“PROJECT X” Entrepreneurial Television Show Launched by Sports Business Leader Brandon Steiner
Steiner Sports Founder, Industry Experts to Give Advice to Entrepreneurs

"Thrilla in Manila" Poster Signed by Ali and Frazier Headlines Steiner Sports Auction

New Rochelle-based Steiner Sports Marketing specializes in connecting both corporate clients and fans with the biggest stars from every sport, and this summer’s offering of fantasy experiences featuring Yankee “Core 4” legends Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, and Andy Pettitte, as well as Triple Crown champion jockey Victor Espinoza are prime examples.


On Tuesday afternoon July 21, at 12:00 PM, baseball’s all-time closer Mariano Rivera will host a luncheon at NYY STEAK (7 West 51st Street), giving those in attendance a “double-entrée” menu of great steaks and the greatest relief pitcher.


Tickets range from $375 to $1,000. Two tickets to lunch, two signed baseballs and two photos with Mariano are priced at $1,000; Two tickets to lunch, two Mariano Rivera plaques and two photos with Mariano is priced $700; and single person packages are $550 with signed product and $375 with unsigned product.


Victor Espinoza, the jockey of Triple Crown champion American Pharoah, recently signed an exclusive deal with Steiner Sports, and on Monday night, July 27, at the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Hotel, Steiner Sports will be hosting a “Triple Crown Celebration with Victor Espinoza.” Espinoza  will meet fans, and talk about the first Triple Crown victory in 37 years from 6:00-9:00 PM.


VIP Packages are priced at $499 including two tickets, a photo with the jockey and a limited edition signed canvas. General admission is $119 for a ticket to the discussion and Q & A with Brandon Steiner and Victor Espinoza. These guests will receive a commemorative Triple Crown framed art piece. 
On the Monday following their number retirements, August 24, Steiner will present “New York’s Batterymates: A Celebration of Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte” from 6:00-9:00 PM at an exciting New York City location to be announced.

The fan experience with this amazing pitcher-catcher tandem which captured four world championships in pinstripes includes: Discussion and Q&A session; VIP reception-open bar with lite fare; photo opportunity with Pettitte and Posada; and a limited--edition dual signed canvas by the batterymates; the package is priced at $799.


For information and tickets, please call 914-307-1065 or email  MarketingGroup@steinersports.com

While baseball aficionados are getting primed for the start of the World Series, Steiner Auctions has launched the “Fall Classic” Auction beginning October 16th, highlighted by something new and some things very, very old.  The Aaron Judge Game Used No. 99 Home Uniform Jersey from September 30, 2017 when he broke Babe Ruth’s 96-year record for most Home Runs at Yankee Stadium juxtaposed against the 1925 Lou Gehrig Signed Yankees Players Contract and a Yankee Stadium Guest Book Signed by Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Walter Johnson and Mickey Mantle are among the rare collectibles on the auction block. The on-line bidding continues through Saturday, November 18th.
 
Visit steinerauctions.com to bid and for more information.
 
Five more rare collectibles – a photograph signed by many of the greatest hitters in baseball history includingTy Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Tris Speaker and Nap Lajoie; an Official 1934 American League Baseball with 34 signatures including Ruth, Gehrig and Bill Dickey;  a 1931 Yankees Team Signed Baseball with bold “sweet spot” signatures of Ruth and Gehrig;  a Major League Baseball autographed by Three Generations of Yankees Hall of Famers: Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle (with Ruth on the sweet spot); and Lou Gehrig’s Signed 1925 Rookie Season Payroll Check (check when his consecutive game streak began – June 1, 1925) are all sure to spark spirited bidding.

Another pair of rare collectibles that definitely have a “ring” to them are Mickey Mantle’s 1962 New York Yankees World Championship 14k Gold  Ring (salesman’s sample) from his last World Series season; and a 1967 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Championship Ring (Broadcaster Jerry Gross).
 
More recent collectibles include: another Aaron Judge Game Used No. 99 Home Uniform Jersey this one from April 17, 2017, the rookie star’s first multiple homerun game; and anOriginal Framed Catfish Hunter Painting by acclaimed artist LeRoy Neiman.
 
In late July, the uniform jersey worn by Aaron Judge in the Yankee rookie's debut game, which fetched a high bid of $160,644.05, was the top seller in Steiner Auctions' Mid-Summer Classic on-line auction which concluded Saturday (July 29). A total of more than $1 million in winning bids was collected on 1,006 memorabilia pieces.
 
Collectors interested in consigning memorabilia to the next Steiner auction may call 914-307-1058 or email auction@steinersports.com.

Yankees Rookie Slugger Gary Sanchez Tops Steiner Sports Holiday Gift Sales

Bids Totaled over $1.2 Million in On-line Auction
Yogi Berra’s 1953 World Series Ring High Bid of $159,720 on Steiner Sports Memorabilia’s Fall Classic Auction; Legendary Yankees Catcher’s Collection Sparks Bidding with Total of $493,855

After a bidding war with a total of 32 bids in the final two days, the 1955 major league contract that Ted Williams signed with the Boston Red Sox sold for $48,456 as the leading seller on the Steiner Sports Memorabilia "Spring Fever" auction which concluded last night (Sunday, May 7). The contract also included the signature of Red Sox President Joe Cronin and original revisions made by Red Sox attorney Jack Hayes.

The winning bidder asked not to be identified.

More than 1,600 were on the on-line auction block during a 33 day period. Sales for the auction totaled nearly $1 million.

Yankee Hall of Fame players from yesteryear spearheaded the next four leading bids. The $36,716 winning bid on an 8x10 photograph signed by the Yankee immortal first baseman Lou Gehrig (16 total bids) was second on the leaderboard, while an official American League baseball signed by iconic outfielder Babe Ruth garnered $20,206 (nine total bids). Mickey Mantle memorabilia nailed down the fourth and fifth spots: Mantle's 10-karat gold "Career Ring" with uniform #7 in its original Balfour box sold for $16,955 (eight total bids), and a Mantle signed baseball with a personal inscription had a final bid of $12,756 (17 total bids).

"The action was fast and furious on the Williams contract during the last day," said Steiner Sports founder Brandon Steiner. "These one-of-a-kind collectibles attract great attention, and sports collectors know that they can always find a priceless memorabilia piece in our auctions."

Previous Steiner auctions were headlined by the uniform of Yankees pitcher Don Larsen worn during the only World Series Perfect Game in history in 1956 with a winning bid of $756,000, and a game-used glove worn by Brooklyn Dodgers immortal Jackie Robinson during the 1955 and 1956 seasons which sold for $373,000.Type your paragraph here.