almost every one, except for players that want their signature to be RARE
It looks like a baseball with a lot of players autographs on it...what else..
Some do; others don't. It depends on the time of day and where they are.
Meet them in public. Autographs, mascots?
you have to be more specific than that, my friend
You can go to team training camps in order to get autographs from NFL players. You can also visit various events where NFL players are featured. These events can be local shows, charity fund raisers, or commercial events.
The cameraman uses special wipes to clean the player's autographs off.
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About 4 hours so they can stretch and hit batting practice. They also have to sign autographs for fans.
Some do usually the newer or role players. this year we got easley, Anderson and a. Reyes
They usually sign them around the place the enter the arena at.
The Player Entrance Near The Hotel
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They watch practice, many also hope to meet players and aquire autographs.
a lot! some players maybe only a few hundred dollors others into the thousands, deceased players can be in the hundred of thousands, worth more than other sports and celebritys
there are 9 players on the baseball field.
It depends a bit on who the other players are but unless the ball carries Hall of Famer autographs or is of a complete team that won a championship, the value is minimal..less than $75.
To properly value a baseball there are many variables i.e. when were the signatures obtained, the condition of the ball, who signed the sweet spot, the age of the ball etc. So to get a proper valuation of the item I would find an auction house or collector in your area to inspect the ball.
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