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    Whose autograph is this?

    Hello all!
    I was going through my in-person autographed OMLB from 2011-2012 Mets spring training in Port Saint Lucie, where 99% of the time, I only get Mets' autographs. That said, I came across one that I apparently didn't label and cannot ID...Any idea whose autograph this is?

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    Thanks!
    Hmm...? Not sure, he seems to have a large loop on the bottom of his "J" and a distinct "V".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsCardsRock View Post
    Thanks!
    Hmm...? Not sure, he seems to have a large loop on the bottom of his "J" and a distinct "V".
    Very fair, could be a rushed sig, always a bit different. What makes me believe its him is because of the end of the signature, the accent above the number on the ebay link above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedroia15TheBest View Post
    Very fair, could be a rushed sig, always a bit different. What makes me believe its him is because of the end of the signature, the accent above the number on the ebay link above.
    Yes, I saw that accent, too but still not sure. FWIW, when he's rushed, he appears to sometimes use initials:
    http://www.sportsmemorabilia.com/spo...eball-b11.html
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/JORDANY-VALD...item3d2d211a28

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    FWIW, some have suggested a rushed Justin Turner and/or Josh Stinson...
    Thoughts?

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    UPDATE:
    It's Reese Havens. Prospect who never made the majors due a back injury.

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    Any interest in selling or trading your Reese Havens ball?

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