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Autographed Baseball Auction

Well, I’m all done tinkering with all the baseballs I could identify. I have about 22 signed baseballs that I will put up for purchase, and all proceeds will go to my charity. You can check out the details here. The charity is called, Snagging Baseballs for Puppies. Some rules that you need to know: I will not accept cash. There is no exception to this rule, whatsoever. Also, all prices are negotiable but understand this; once you donate and receive the baseball, I will not accept the baseball back. It’s yours to do whatever you want with it. And in the event that you do not like what you’ve received, this is a tax-deductible charitable organization. So in other words, if you are unhappy with what you’ve essentially donated for, you can get your money back at the end of the year (most of it, anyway). Or whenever you do your taxes next. I’m not trying to be unreasonable, I just wanted to point some of these things to you so we are all on the same sheet of music.

So without further ado…

First row from left to right: Troy Glaus, Alex Gordon, Dave McKay, Gary Mathews Jr

Second row from left to right: Brian Moehler, Bruce Chen, Max Scherzer, Dusty Baker

Third row from left to right: Mario Soto, Jose Cruz, Jerry Lynch, Brian Moehler

Fourth row from left to right: Melky Cabrera, Torii Hunter, Kevin Seitzer, Edison Volquez

Fifth row from left to right: Rick Hacker, Bud Norris, Colby Rasmus, Brian Moehler

Last row from left to right: Jim Maloney, Ryan Hanigan

Here’s how this is going to work. I’m going to make things fairly simple to reduce any kinds of problems that may arise. All you have to do to get a hold of one of these prized possessions is leave a comment below claiming which baseball(s) you want (first come, first serve). Secondly, send me an email with your name and address and I’ll take care of the rest! Make sure you go to Crowdrise.com to make your donation! Don’t worry about shipping costs and all that jazz. I’m not really prepared to set up any kind of auction system if someone comes to me with more money for a baseball. It’s simple ,first come, first serve. So if you see a ball you want, jump on it.!I’m not sure how fast these baseballs will go. Also, the Dusty Baker ball and the Ryan Hanigan ball, the signatures are a little faded. And none of these baseballs are on authentic Major League balls.

Now for the best part. I have a 2009 Cincinnati Reds team ball up for purchase as well. And here’s the kicker; since I got Joey Votto on a separate baseball, I’m combining the two! Here, take a look:

The team ball with all those signatures that you see? That’s on an official Major League baseball. The Votto signature isn’t. The reason why I didn’t use authentic MLB balls is because they’re like $15-25 dollars a piece and these Rawlings balls, although, just as good for signatures, were quite a bit cheaper. So I could get more of my favorite players on many more baseballs. I just want you to be aware of what type of baseballs these signatures are on.

Anyway, to wrap this up, I’m listing the prices below:

Troy Glaus: $20.00 (No longer available)

Alex Gordon: $20.00 (No longer available)

Dave McKay: $10.00

Gary Mathews Jr: $10.00 (No longer available)

Brian Moehler: $10.00

Bruce Chen: $10.00

Max Scherzer: $10.00 (No longer available)

Dusty Baker: $15.00 (No longer available)

Mario Soto: $35.00

Jose Cruz: $35.00

Jerry Lynch: $10.00

Melky Cabrera: $15.00 (No longer available)

Torii Hunter: $35.00 (No longer Available)

Kevin Seitzer: $25.00

Edison Volquez: $15.00

Rick Hacker: $10.00

Bud Norris: $20.00 (No longer available)

Colby Rasmus: $15.00 (No longer available)

Jim Maloney: $10.00

Ryan Hanigan: $15.00

2009 Cincinnati Reds w/ Joey Votto: $75.00

There’s your prices, folks! Throw some bids my way in the comments section and we will see what we can work out! Remember, shipping is free, and this is a tax deductible charitable organization! All proceeds go to my charity and I thank you for looking!

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