Growing up, I lived in a house that loved baseball. I remember anytime the Big Red Machine was on T.V. my Mom and Dad were watching. My father absolutely loved baseball and I remember spending hours playing catch in the yard with my Dad. Baseball cards were a big part of my childhood, as was a fasci
Last year, a auction winner paid $60,972 for a beautiful 1915 Cracker Jack baseball poster promoting the cards of Ty Cobb and Shoeless. Now he's...
Knick-knacks and heirlooms were never very important to Charlie Cobb.Following the death of his grandfather and baseball god Ty Cobb in 1961,