It’s Baseball Season and These Autographs are Worth Chasing
With baseball season in full swing, you won’t have any trouble finding a game on television to keep you occupied for a few hours.
Just the same, there’s no better time of the year to grow your autographed baseball collection.
Most recently, “the greatest signed baseball ever” sold for a record $623,369. It was signed by 11 early MLB Hall of Fame players, including: The ball contains the signatures of Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb, Cy Young, Tris Speaker, George Sisler, Walter Johnson, Connie Mack, Nap Lajoie, Eddie Collins and Grover Cleveland Alexander.
While an autographed baseball by one of these greats is sure to set you back thousands of dollars, there’s no greater feeling than adding one to your collection.
If you’re on the search for the next addition to your collection, here are some other all-time greats to chase after:
· Lou Gehrig
· Mickey Mantle
· Roger Maris
· Willie Mays
· Joe DiMaggio
· Hank Aaron
· Barry Bonds
While these are some of the biggest and best names from the past, don’t forget about the players of today. The most valuable and sought after autographs include:
· Mike Trout
· Bryce Harper
· Aaron Judge
· Giancarlo Stanton
· Clayton Kershaw
Just the same as any sport, some autographs are more valuable than others. Since it’s baseball season, take some time to review your collection and decide what to add next. There’s nothing more exciting!