PSA’s Kevin Keating Appears on Episode of ‘American Pickers’

  Kevin Keating is PSA’s principal autograph authenticator. He evaluates and inspects thousands of autographs every year on behalf of PSA and routinely offers his services on the road. Recently, Keating was invited to appear on an episode of “American…

Sizing Up Joltin’ Joe’s 1947 Yankees Jersey

  Every baseball player yearns to play in the World Series. From those early years spent playing tee-ball and Little League to more competitive games played on the collegiate and minor league levels, it’s every ballplayer’s dream to compete in…

PSA Set Registry Starter Kit: Wade Boggs

  In this series, we focus on sets from across sports and non-sports that are easy to build and won’t necessarily break the bank to acquire. Set Registry Starter Kit features sets that can appeal to seasoned hobbyists looking to expand…

The $1 Million Mickey Mantle Cards

Cardboard Treasure Still Exists if You Look Hard Enough If you could pick from just two years in history in which you collected baseball cards, I’m willing to bet 1952 would be one of them. That was the year Topps…

Mickey Mantle’s 1952 Topps Card Sells for $2.88 Million

  Yankee Legend’s iconic #311 issue is now second-highest selling baseball card in history A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle #311 baseball card, graded Mint 9 on a scale of 1 to 10 by PSA, sold for a new Mantle card…

The Evolution of Mickey Mantle’s Signature

  To this day, the name Mickey Mantle conjures up images of baseball’s Golden Age. A switch-hitter that could crush the ball from both sides of the plate, “The Mick” was, and is, a symbol of America’s favorite pastime. And…