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How much do you think its worth????

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I have a baseball that is signed by

Boof Bonser

Johan Santana

Ramon Ortiz

and Denny Reyes

just wondering if anyone has any sort of idea what its worth

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$50-$100. Do you have a picture to go with it? You might want to go to Pat Neshek's web site and ask there. Lot's of folk's discuss autographs and such.

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alright thanks for the info...i dont have a pic of it at the moment...but they are easy enought to take

do you have the site url?

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I have been away from the collecting scene for many years. I don't see how a ball signed by a bunch scrubs and one solid pitcher could be worth $50 or more. I would guess around the $20 range.

Doesn't memorabilia need to by verified now days (such as a picture of the player signing) due to so much fraud?

BTW, I have a Dan Gladden autograph on a Stite Light Alumabottle. Any idea what that could fetch?

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I collect a lot of baseball autographs...for that ball you would be looking at $25-$50 range. Believe it or not the other autographs make the Santana autograph less valuable. Still would be a good ball to have.

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ya im not planning on selling it...i was just wondering if it is worth any money

i think its a cool piece to have

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seems now a days nothing is worth much unless there is a picture of them signing it or a certificate of authenticity

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hey i finally got some time to take a couple pics of the ball...i konw they arnt the pictures of the ball being signed but its the best i could do

btw sorry for the poor quality

back side of the ball with Boof's signature

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the other side with the rest of the signatures

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