When we hear screen printed, most collectors shy away. Opting for the sewn on jerseys which replicate what the athletes wear and generally holds a better autograph.
But is that the case for the Nike Game jersey? Why would someone get this jersey signed? What are the positives and negatives of this jersey?
Major League Baseball has a long and rich history, with dynamic players, along with all of the sports memorabilia collected over the years. However, within that history are many smaller, intriguing tales. More specifically, the stories of how each MLB team got their names.
If you've ever wondered why a team is called what it is, you've come to the right place. Sit back and get ready for a history lesson!
Most of us don’t buy autographs every day, usually every once and a while as a gift for someone. Or maybe this is your 1st time buying an autograph.
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The Millville Meteor: Seven-time MLB All-Star, six-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award, and winner of the American League Rookie of the Year Award.
In 2019, he smashed records after accepting the richest contract in the history of North American sports, all $426.5 million of it. Of course, a long history of athletic achievements paved the way, stretching back to his teenage years.
It’s time to take a deeper look into the player who many consider to be the very best in Major League Baseball.
There are a few teams in sports history that are synonymous with the sport that they play. Baseball has the New York Yankees, football has the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, and college basketball has the Duke Blue Devils.
In over 100 years of basketball, Duke has churned out some of the best players in college history. Here is a little background on the program, and some of the best players to ever come through the university.
So, where do I see Zion’s market going? How much will his autograph be? Depends on who he signs an autograph deal with and who drafts him