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Autographed MLB Sports Memorabilia — 16 Comments

    • Hi Wendy. That’s awesome that your nephew is into collecting. I still remember when my parents gave me my first pack of baseball cards, I’ve been hooked ever since. If you ever need a hand with anything, stop on by and I will be happy to help. ~Jeremy

  1. It’s a hard line to tread between being a fan and making some money. As a fan it would be awesome to own an amazing piece of sporting history, but if an item really is worth a lot of money, in today’s climate, it would be hard not to sell it to someone with deeper pockets. If you can get something on the cheaper end of things and display it in the old man cave then brilliant.
    Cheers, Tony.

    • I hear you Tony. It’s the letting go part that gets me. I guess it depends on the offer and the need. Cheers back at ya’. ~Jeremy

    • Hey Julian. If you love baseball, I’m sure you will enjoy it. If you need any advice along the way, give me a shout and I’ll be happy to help. ~Jeremy

    • Hey Fred. I sure wish I would of done the same. When I think back to all those cards I used to put in the spokes on my bike, I just cringe and wonder what gem ended up in the trash! Thanks for stopping by and talk to you soon. ~Jeremy

  2. How do you get so many signatures on a single ball?? O.o

    I am not a collector of baseballs, but I know the value of a collection! Wish I had an item that sold for 4.4 million!! LOL gosh

    • I know McKing. Can you imagine? Anything Babe Ruth is highly coveted in the sports memorabilia world. I just hate thinking back on all the cards I threw away when I was a kid! Kind of like throwing out the winning lottery ticket. Thanks for dropping by, and if you ever need a hand, stop back in and I’ll be happy to help. ~Jeremy

  3. That’s cool! My older brother has been a baseball addict all his life. I’m pretty sure he was a card collector back in the 50’s & 60’s…but I seem to recall hearing about when (by accident?) someone in the family tossed all his cards out way back when. A terrible shame which I’m sure he’s never forgotten.

    • Hello Ben. I can only imagine how your brother felt about that. Definitely something you could never forget. The 50’s and 60’s was such a great time in baseball, think of all the great cards he had! Thanks for stopping by and sharing Ben. Stop by any time. ~Jeremy

  4. Hi Jeremy,

    Great article and your passion is infectious 🙂

    I love how you include the wonderful aspect of collecting memorabilia as an activity you can share with your kids – awesome!

    Best Wishes Jeremy,

    – Rich

    • Hey Rich. Thank you for your kind comment. Any time I can find something to do with the kids, I love it! Thanks for dropping by and hope to see you again soon. ~Jeremy

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