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Old 08-05-2017, 10:19 AM
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Thanks so much Scott. I saw that and reached out to MAB (the promoter) but they unfortunately told me the only way to get Sheen is if I buy the VIP ticket and appear in Dubuque Iowa in person (they won't do mail order)! I've been to the field of dreams once before, and as cool as it was, I just don't think I'll be flying out there for Charlie!

All kidding aside, I really appreciate the heads up, and I'm hopeful MAB may change their mind in the next few weeks before the appearance.
Yeah, the problem with going out there is that Charlie sometimes tends to cancel at the last minute, or so I remember seeing. The upside is that if he does show up that there will be one hell of a party at the local hotel. LOL
Anyway, good luck on your project.
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Old 08-05-2017, 08:44 PM
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MAB will be taking mail in for Sheen.

Contact them Monday

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Old 08-06-2017, 11:24 AM
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I was thrilled to win this Trout ball. This is Mike Trout's 410th career hit signed and authenticated by MLB:

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Old 08-06-2017, 09:37 PM
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was waiting for the stub to come back from psa for ages...
*early 1980's cut signature
*program from the 1973 Yankees oldtimers game
*stub from that game where Mickey hit the final homer of his life off of former teammate whitey ford...

Really big display put together by my friend at the Framer's edge-Orange CT
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Old 08-07-2017, 08:52 AM
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Interesting legal document signed by several HOFers including Leo Durocher, Juan Marichal and Willie Mays. The Mays signatures (there are two) contain his full name, including middle name, from his playing days.



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Old 08-07-2017, 10:36 AM
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was waiting for the stub to come back from psa for ages...
*early 1980's cut signature
*program from the 1973 Yankees oldtimers game
*stub from that game where Mickey hit the final homer of his life off of former teammate whitey ford...

Really big display put together by my friend at the Framer's edge-Orange CT
Nice display David. I love displays with both an autograph and a ticket.
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Old 08-11-2017, 11:21 AM
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was waiting for the stub to come back from psa for ages...
*early 1980's cut signature
*program from the 1973 Yankees oldtimers game
*stub from that game where Mickey hit the final homer of his life off of former teammate whitey ford...

Really big display put together by my friend at the Framer's edge-Orange CT
Beautiful piece
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Old 08-11-2017, 11:36 AM
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was waiting for the stub to come back from psa for ages...
*early 1980's cut signature
*program from the 1973 Yankees oldtimers game
*stub from that game where Mickey hit the final homer of his life off of former teammate whitey ford...

Really big display put together by my friend at the Framer's edge-Orange CT
That's a Beautiful Piece! Great frame job too!
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Just got back from Jim Thome's signing near Philly. He signed 4 items for me. An early Indians bat, a 200th HR dugout scorecard, a 500th HR ticket and his actual 484th HR baseball.

The bat was acquired many years ago from a guy who said he got it from Manny. The knob was blacked out with Manny's 24 written in silver over it. But the name says "Tim Tony". For years I didn't understand what it was. Then I noticed the barrell end was cupped and in the cup was written "25 CI13" in silver. 25 is Thome. Tim Tony= Jim Thome! Either misheard in the bat oreder or some sort of joke. I wanted to ask him but they kept us moving pretty fast. But the bat was definitely used by both a righty and a lefty. So I believe this bat was used by both 500 HR Club members.
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Oh how I miss the days when players of Thome's caliber were signing locally.
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