PSA Collectors Club Membership Has Its Rewards In this Submissions 101 video, aptly entitled “Redeeming Vouchers,” PSA Customer Service rep Carlos De La Torre and PR Specialist Terry Melia break down the three easy steps to remember when redeeming…


When Getting Cards Graded, Choosing the Right ‘Submission Type’ is Important To show more collectors how easy it is to submit their cards to get graded, PSA is now launching several new company-produced videos within its “Submissions 101” lineup. The…


After batting a “pedestrian” .289 (pedestrian according to his remarkable career numbers) during his brief rookie season, Tony Gwynn’s batting average never dipped below .309 for the remainder of his 20-season career. Now, over 30 years after his big league…


Dumping One’s Collection Can Be Emotionally Draining I’ve asked myself this question a hundred times over the past 10 years: When is the right time to sell? As a sports memorabilia collector for the past 30 years, I’ve acquired my…


  Only one switch-hitter amassed more RBIs over the course of his career — Eddie Murray — and no other switch-hitter compiled at least a .300 batting average with 400 or more dingers. So naturally, his rookie cards should command a…


Albert Pujols is About to Enter Uncharted Hobby Territory Collecting 3,000 hits in one’s career is an impressive feat for any baseball player. Only 31 players to date have reached the milestone in Major League Baseball’s glorious 149-year history. Hitting…


The Process for Submitting Your Cards for Grading is Simple In an effort to encourage more collectors to submit their favorite cards for grading, PSA will be launching new videos within its “Submissions 101” lineup in the coming weeks. The…


  Fast on the heels of the record-setting sale of a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card in PSA Mint 9 condition that fetched $2.88 million at auction, the PSA team is proud to present its second episode of the…