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    Should I continue adding on to this team-signed ball? Or should I start another?

    Hey guys! So as you can see, my 2014 Mets ball is just about full. But I still am a few guys short:

    -Matt Harvey
    -Zack Wheeler
    -Juan Lagares
    -Daisuke Matsuzaka
    -Jeurys Familia
    -Jenrry Mejia
    -Wilmer Flores
    -Kirk Nieuwenhuis

    So...do you guys think I should squeeze them all onto this ball, or should I start a second one? Then, once I finish it off, I can just buy a display case that holds two baseballs and display it that way?
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    The problem with doing team signed items is that unless they are complete it really lowers the collectability. I would seriously suggest going with individual signed items or an item with just a few players that you can just get complete. I love for instance when you can get two or three players pictured on an sports illustrated cover to sign the magazine and would still be cool getting one with just one of the pictured players signed on weeks with multiple players showing. On the other hand a team baseball with 20 players on it seems too incomplete. Best of luck whatever you decide to do with your baseball(s), but the value will be effected either by a abbreviated signature due to lack of space or it being incomplete. Either way it looks like you are collecting for yourself and that is the most important thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by indyreds View Post
    The problem with doing team signed items is that unless they are complete it really lowers the collectability. I would seriously suggest going with individual signed items or an item with just a few players that you can just get complete. I love for instance when you can get two or three players pictured on an sports illustrated cover to sign the magazine and would still be cool getting one with just one of the pictured players signed on weeks with multiple players showing. On the other hand a team baseball with 20 players on it seems too incomplete. Best of luck whatever you decide to do with your baseball(s), but the value will be effected either by a abbreviated signature due to lack of space or it being incomplete. Either way it looks like you are collecting for yourself and that is the most important thing.
    Oh no absolutely, I agree. But in this situation what would you do?

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    I've got a ton of team signed balls. I say squeeze them in there.
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    I say go for it. It will be a fun challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by druce26 View Post
    I've got a ton of team signed balls. I say squeeze them in there.
    I agree.Fit as many on as you can.
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