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Old 02-05-2013, 03:04 PM
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Default Willie Mays and Willie MCcovey dual signed baseball

here we have a dual signed baseball of San Francisco Giants hitting greats. Picture on request.
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Old 02-05-2013, 03:12 PM
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here we have a dual signed baseball of San Francisco Giants hitting greats. Picture on request.
Wow, that's great.

Here's my 1972 Giants-signed ball. It has Marichal and Bobby Bonds, but no McCovey or Mays. I can provide a pic of the area on the ball where I would have asked them to sign, on request.
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Old 02-05-2013, 03:26 PM
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Seriously, take your selling efforts to the B/S/T board. You have been asked multiple times to do so.

The leniency in posting items for sell in the memorabilia and autograph forum is extended to members who contribute to the discussions in other meaningful ways. In reading through your previous posts, all but 1 have been you pitching your wares (with the 1 that wasn't being a two-word response, "sandy koufax"). It is getting tiresome to say the least.
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here we have a dual signed baseball of San Francisco Giants hitting greats. Picture on request.
Does it also have a COA from B&J?
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Wow, that's great.

Here's my 1972 Giants-signed ball. It has Marichal and Bobby Bonds, but no McCovey or Mays. I can provide a pic of the area on the ball where I would have asked them to sign, on request.
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Hey, I'm serious. It was 1972. Mays didn't play that day and didn't join his buddies outside after the game. Willie McCovey wouldn't sign my ball, but that was partly my fault, and partly because he was an ass (sorry in advance to McCovey fans).

In any case, the next season I got the empty spots filled in by the Phillies, including Steve Carlton and Mike Schmidt. That ball looks great without McCovey. I just wish I had never met him to begin with - I don't think a lot of adults realize how long a negative experience with a child can last; conversely, so does a positive one.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:35 PM
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Cool.
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Wait, how could you guys ever doubt the integrity of someone who puts '69' not once, but TWICE in his screenname???
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6969 is the year we will take him seriously!
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The weird thing is, it's not even real, effortless spam - he's actually typing this stuff, and sending PM's. All that work, but no possibility of selling even one item
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The weird thing is, it's not even real, effortless spam - he's actually typing this stuff, and sending PM's. All that work, but no possibility of selling even one item
Some people don't get it...
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