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Newport Beach, California (March 06, 2018) – Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) is happy to announce that it has just launched a new PSA Blog ( that provides timely company information along with multiple featured posts aimed to inform, entertain and educate the collecting community. Covering both the sports and non-sports markets, the blog will be loaded with topical content spearheaded by PSA Content Strategist Ryan Gaeta and PSA PR Specialist Terry Melia. Occasional guest writers will be contributing along the way including none other than PSA President Joe Orlando.

“We are extremely excited to kick off the new blog,” said PSA Vice President Steve Sloan. “It will provide another forum for collectors worldwide to chime in and share their thoughts and learn something along the way.”

The blog, which went live this week, features multiple categories including: Collecting Tips; Autographs; Announcements; Videos; and PSA in the News. There’s even a “Just for Fun” section that bats leadoff this week with a pair of sports/celebrity look-alikes: recent Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee Chipper Jones and actor Matt Damon.

This week’s official unveiling offers four unique posts including “Baseball Card Collecting 101,” “How to Spot a 1st Edition Pokémon Card from Shadowless and Unlimited,” “PSA Unveils Massive Database of Auction Prices Realized,” and “Expensive Pursuit: Chasing Steve Jobs’ Signature.” Videos include “Benefits to PSA Trading Card Authentication and Grading” and “The Scorching Prices of Charizard, Pokémon’s Hottest Card.” 

The blog provides links to each of PSA’s social media venues and encourages users to interact with the content by leaving comments and making suggestions.

PSA is the world’s largest trading card, autograph and memorabilia authentication and grading service. Since 1991, PSA experts have examined and certified over 29 million collectibles with a combined value of over $1 billion. Find more information at