Through The Mail Autographs

Starting next week, I am going to mail out some items to several baseball players, with the hopes of autograph success. I haven’t decided exactly who yet, or how many players I’m going to send things to…..but I am going to send out at least a few.

I have no idea what to expect…….Will they sign at all? How long will it take? But I am looking forward to finding out the answers to these questions.

I am not going to send out items to the TOP players, such as Derek Jeter, (Basically the entire Yankee team), Albert Pujols, etc.
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I’ll probably just send out items to the less popular players.

I’ll post an entry of the autographs I get (if any) at a later time. So stay tuned……

In other autograph news, I am planning on going to the June 21st game between the Reds and the Yankees. (It is in Cincinnati, Ohio.) I am planning on arriving at Great American Ballpark at around 1:00 for a 7:10 game. Why? For autographs……of course. I am going to stand at the Yankees entrance from around 1:00 to around 4:00. Then try my luck during BP for autographs. I know it sounds stupid to arrive at 1:00 for a 7:10 game. But the way I see it, I REALLY want an autograph. So why not give my self the best opportunity to do so?

If there is anyone reading this that has ever tried and succeeded (or failed) at getting an autograph by mail, I’d love to hear your story.

4 Comments

I only tried getting autographs by mail 2 or 3 times. The only one I ever got was Bill Mazeroski.

Well, I sent two cards out. One to Mark McGwire and one to Mariano Rivera. I only recieved the Mark McGwire back. (You can see a picture of it in my ‘AUTOGRAPH SUCCESS!!!!’ entry.) Can’t say that I’m shocked that I didn’t recieve the one back from Mo. I’ll try again for his autograph at a game in June.

I’m a 12 year old boy and Im sending out like 30 autographs to spring training…… How much do u guys think I’ll get bak

Depends on who youre sending to. If you plan to send to lesser known players you’ll probably get most, if not all of them back. If you plan to send to the top players like Pujols, A-Rod, etc., you probably won’t get any back.

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