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Old 09-02-2014, 10:12 AM
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Default Unknown Baseball Autograph - help!

Hi everyone - We were cleaning out our office in Manhattan and found this signed baseball. We really have no idea who this is, but would guess that it's a NY-area player. Would also assume that it's relatively recent, since the ball has Selig's signature printed on it.

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Old 09-02-2014, 10:36 AM
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Derek Jeter
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Old 09-02-2014, 10:47 AM
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Jeter for sure.
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Old 09-02-2014, 11:21 AM
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Congrats! 100% Jeter....
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I find it hard to believe anyone with any sports knowledge doesn't know Derek's autograph. Looks authentic also
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Old 09-02-2014, 08:43 PM
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Thanks, everyone, for the help! We actually found a second baseball in another drawer, also signed by Jeter. Anyway, yes, I am a sports fan, but don't have much experience with memorabilia. I'd guess that there are plenty of others who wouldn't recognize the signature.
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I find it hard to believe anyone with any sports knowledge doesn't know Derek's autograph. Looks authentic also

Ehh, give em a break....
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Nice find. All I've got in my office is paperwork.
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I still find it hard to believe he didn't know who that was. One of the most distinctive autographs of a future HOFer. If you are in a business selling sports, you should know that signature
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I still find it hard to believe he didn't know who that was. One of the most distinctive autographs of a future HOFer. If you are in a business selling sports, you should know that signature
Not everyone collects autographs. Not everyone collects game used bats, for example. I could say something similar to all of you regarding a used bat of a specific player, but of course I understand that not everyone collects what I do.
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Yeah but he never said he was in buisness of selling sports memorabilia he just said he was cleaning out his office...he he could be an insurance agent....lol
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he could be an insurance agent....lol
Now that's just plain mean.
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