Mickey Mantle's infamous lewd letter up for bid at Lelands; Jim McMahon talks collecting, Super Bowl Shuffle 

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Mickey Mantle's infamous lewd letter up for bid at Lelands 

Yankees legend Mickey Mantle was known for his bawdy humor and practical jokes. An infamous lewd questionnaire that Mantle sent to Yankees execs in 1972 has hit the auction block at Lelands. 

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Jim McMahon talks collecting, Mad Mac and the Super Bowl Shuffle 

Bears legend Jim McMahon was one of the top NFL stars of the 1980s and a cultural icon in Chicago. Tony Reid chats with McMahon about the 1985 Bears, collecting and the infamous Super Bowl Shuffle. 

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Father and son collectors enjoying hobby journey together 

In his latest SCD column, Sports Card Nation's John Newman explains how Zach and Porter Byrne started their hobby journey together and enjoy chasing their favorite sports cards.  

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Tommy Heinsohn Collection, historic Bill Russell items highlight auction 

As a Hall of Fame player, coach and broadcaster, "Mr. Celtic" Tommy Heinsohn was a Boston sports legend. His personal memorabilia collection is coming to auction at Hunt Auctions, along with historic items from Celtic greats Bill Russell and Bob Cousy. 

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Aaron Judge record 62nd home run ball lands at Goldin 

The historic baseball from Aaron Judge's record 62nd home run is finally set to hit the auction block, where it has an opening bid of $1 million at Goldin Co.  

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