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    What should I do to graph Lakeland Tigers

    I am currently in Orlando and have decided to go to a Lakeland tigers against Daytona Tortugas. I have no memmorablia of either team. However I go have balls that I can bring and the whole team can sign one ball. Or should I buy a team set of Lakeland tigers cards and graph them. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions of what to do, who to graph, and what to buy for them to sign. Thank you very much for reading this post!

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    My opinion is to buy a team set and have the players autograph them. When I do that, I then know who each auto is (not the easiest thing to figure out on a ball in 5 years), since they sign their own card, and further, if you are lucky enough to get 20 players to sign, the space on a ball will be tough to come by. I usually do the minor league team cards, unless there is a big-name prospect that I might get on their own ball.

    -arfmax
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    Total Autographed:605!
    Currently Sent (Outstanding):71
    Percent Complete:79.6

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    Thank you very much!! I think that's what I will do!! I will let you know my successes saturday.

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    Only bad thing about the team sets are not all the players are still on the team.
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    Oh very good point. What do you suggest to do with such short notice, the game is tomorrow?

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    That is true, some players are called up and moved on. In those cases, an autograph on a ticket stub or a pocket schedule is my preferred method, but make sure you immediately write down somewhere either who it was or their number.
    Working on autographed 1987 Topps Baseball set:
    Total Cards in Set:792/Total Autographable: 760 (6 Checklists, 26 Team Leaders)
    Total Autographed:605!
    Currently Sent (Outstanding):71
    Percent Complete:79.6

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    Team bat maybe? Bigger than a ball at least.

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    I like both of your ideas arfmax and bryanATX. I will consider both ideas. I really like the team set idea and I think I am gonna try a few of your ideas based on the cost of items at the gift store. Will most high A players sign more than one card?? I think I'm gonna get the team set so they can sign theit card, bring my ball so they can sign the ball too and also buy ether a team bat or mini pennant that they can sign too. Does anyone have an idea on about how many players will sign?

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    Its a crapshoot....but a little advice; knowing their name will help alot!

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    OK thank you I'll have a roster or program in my hand so I can know theit name! thank you so much I will try to memorize their names and I hope that they have their jerseys on with there last names

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