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I'm interested to see some of the peoples collections on here feel free to display some of your more finer and charished pieces. I don't have much but would like to start it anyway. Being a Twin fan and having access to autograph sessions with them only that is mainly all I got for memoribilla. Cards is another story but I don't feel much like posting those yet..
1.My teamed signed ball, first thing I got signed personally.
2.Torii Hunter Gold Glove Award ball
3.GU Michael Cuddyer and Torri Hunter bats autographed
4. Killerbrew and Santana ball
I got more stuff but it ain't worth the time to put on here really. I want to start collecting more rarer stuff to be signed, other then just balls. GU jerseys will be one of those items eventually, as well as miniture sports figures and what not.
Like I said feel free to post some of your collections.
06-30-2006, 01:39 PM
I have a Greg Maddux signed ball. And a Braves spring training ball.
06-30-2006, 01:44 PM
Hmm.. Well I have:
2 Derek Jeter signed baseballs
Mark Teixiera signed baseball
1991 Atlanta Braves team signed baseball
Hank Blalock signed baseball
Joe Torre signed baseball
Derek Jeter signed rookie card
Barry Bonds gem mint rookie cards
Alex Rodriguez signed mint rookie card
Got them all personally signed except the Alex Rodriguez card.
07-05-2006, 02:56 AM
I have a lot of stuff but the short list would be several baseballs signed by Pete Rose, a card signed by Rose, a napkin signed by Rose (whom my aunt waited on at a Cincinnati restaurant) and nearly every Ken Griffey Jr. card ever produced. I've been a big Junior fan since his Seattle days because he is a Cincinnati native.
07-05-2006, 05:23 AM
I have a 1940 MLB bat that belonged to Whitey Wietelmann. I also have a bunch of cards of every team thats probably not worth anything. There all from 1980's and 90's. Sadly I dont have an autographed anything :( But one day I will hopefully can get up close to a player and get em to sign something.
07-05-2006, 02:09 PM
1973 American League Signed Baseballs
Does anyone have any idea what this collectionmight be worth? I have had them since I was born. There are 12 balls all Official American League Cronin Baseballs, and they are each signed by 1 of the 12 American League Teams from 1973.
Many, Many, HOF signatures
many, many, more
each ball has an average of 20-28 signatures and they are all in very good condition....I would think this is a fairly rare collection, but what do you think?
19th Century Indiana Jones
07-06-2006, 01:46 PM
Ken Griffey Jr
Johan Santana (game-used)
My card collection can be seen on my webpage.
07-13-2006, 07:38 PM
I have a ball autographed by Kevin Orie, Terry Mulholland, and Bob Patterson. Beat that. :o
07-13-2006, 07:48 PM
I mainly like to collect of the 1930s time. My favorate player is Red Ruffing(incase you didn't already know from my username) and I mainly am in the looking for all of his cards, this is what I had of him several months ago http://img131.imageshack.us/img131/1048/dd0025ry.jpg
Since then I've added several more cards, as well as a few Wheaties backs and some more news papers.
But right now, I'm in the hunt for getting all the Yankees 1939 PlayBalls(only 11) and their auto to go with it, along w/ the rest of the team. I've got them all except Jake Powell.
I Collect a lot of autographs too, but my best would probably be a 1950s era autographed Whitey Ford Ball I have(and its very worn, I've always wondered if its a possible game used). But I'm always in the looking for new sets to try and get, and for only a 17 year old...I'm doing pretty good.
07-14-2006, 09:16 AM
I have a boatload of sports memorabilia, things that are of particular interest to me. I collect items for that reason, interest to me, not just to sell later. Since you started this thread based on items of your favorite team, that is what I will list here. My Nats memorabilia collection:
1. Jose Guillen bobblehead
2. Chad Cordero bobblehead
3. Balls signed by Brad Wilkerson, Ryan Zimmerman, Brian Schneider, Jose Guillen, Brandon Watson, John Patterson, Nick Johnson, Gary Majewski, Jon Rauch.
4. Souvenir program, medallion, pin, and ticket from regular season home debut, 4/14/2005.
5. All regular season programs issued to date.
6. Team photo from inaugural season.
7. Souvenir schedule cups from 2005 and 2006.
8. Livan Hernandez and Chad Cordero all star jersey cards. (The 2 nats reps in the 2005 all star game.)
9. The Nats prospects from the 2005 Top Prospects sets in the PCL, EL, and CL.
10. A game ticket from Ryan Zimmerman's professional debut.
11. Roughly 300 other trading cards.
12. The 2005 Team photo and 2005 and '06 souvenir program from the Nats High-A affiliate at Potomac. (They are located 30 minutes from Washington.)