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I've never heard of a ballplayer refusing to sign a sweet spot. This might just be an isolated incident. If anything a ball player if handed a Baseball will most likely sign on the sweet spot. the sweet spot is the most desirable spot for an autograph for a single-signed baseball. The sweet spot is the section of a baseball typically reserved for the team manager on team signed baseballs or the top stars on the team. If a group of players are signing a baseball they might not sign the sweet spot in respect for the player or players that it is reserved for.

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