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Thread: In Person Autograph Help
05-11-2009, 01:05 AM #11
Use a binder so you can get to what you need quickly. Go to any game, and you will see what works for collectors and what doesnt. I try to get 1 or 2 of each player. I dont get greedy and try and get 4-6 each. I dont want a player to think they are going right on ebay after the game. THat is what ruins it for everyone else and makes players hate fans. Plus, never get in the way of a kid. There is nothing more rude than a "collector" hogging up the players time and a shy kid with a card or ball, or something gets left out. Its not worth doing that to a kid for an auto. NO MATTER WHO THE PLAYER IS!!!
If everyone would follow these common courtesies, then everyone wins, and we dont end up with baseball players being so aloof when they make it.Collecting Phillies and Eagles cards and autos from any era. If you wore a Phils jersey, I WANT YOUR CARD!!!
05-11-2009, 06:41 PM #12
05-11-2009, 11:50 PM #13
Can somebody plz take a pic of a binder set up with the photo corners. I think I get what to do but it would be alot clearer with a pic.
ThanksI Collect: Todd Helton, MLB Hall of Fame Autos, 2007 Topps 52 Rookies, Cubs
05-12-2009, 02:01 AM #14
Probably not the best way, but i carry a 25 or 50 card plastic case so that I can just have it in my pocket with a pen... (alphabetical seems to do well) this way I'm not lugging around anything I have to keep an eye on or bulky while watching the game!
05-12-2009, 05:16 PM #15
i collect Troy Tulowitzki, Derek Jeter, DeSean Jackson, Deron Williams and any Michigan State players