out the Store.
January 19, 2009
AUTO'S FOR 2010: 60
TOTAL AUTOS FOR 2009: 643
AUTO'S FOR 2008: 509
TTM Successes: 1/0
2009 TTM Successes: 5/9
2008 TTM Successes: 22/59
Best Autograph of the
Day: Larry Bird
here for scans of EVERYTHING!!
CHECK THE "UPDATES" ON THE LEFT FOR ALL MY UPDATES
My favorite thing to collect is Home Run
balls. Check out the ones I've caught here.
This site will be about my through the mail and in
person autograph collection. I used to run a site similar a few years
that was somewhat popular, but I was forced to shut it down at its peak.
This will be just about my current TTM successes, and autographs I
obtain in person from this point on. I have too many in
my collection to put up on here, so if you stay with this site, it will
be like watching a new collection start out.
I live in San Antonio, Tx. Home of the San Diego Padres AA farmclub,
the Missions. I go to every game I possibly can, which
usually ends up being almost every home game. I started attending games
in 2002, and then started getting the players autographs
the next year. In 2004, I realized, "wait a minute, theres a visiting
team too..." and my collection just took off.
I DO NOT SELL autographs I received through the mail or in person. If
the player took the time and was nice enough to oblige
me with an autograph, I am not going to turn around and sell it for a
profit. Now, I have sold a few autographs on ebay before,
but they were all things that the player was PAID to sign (i.e.
pack-pulled certs, or card show signings that cost money).
If the player does not make a profit off of it, neither do I.
Trading on the other hand, I will do. Because that how the hobby
originated. "TRADING CARDS"... Yes, it makes sense now, doesn't
it? I will ONLY trade if I have more than one autograph of a player I'd
be willing to part with, or if its a certified I