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From Jackie Robinson to Joe DiMaggio, the biggest names of baseball history invoke the spirit of the
game with their mere utterance. Baseball autographs for sale allow this spirit to stay alive and carry the
avid fan one step closer to being a part of one of America's greatest games.
The tradition of seeking baseball players' signatures is almost as old as baseball itself, a sport first
played in 1846. In the aftermath of the Civil War, professional baseball teams emerged, ushering in the
idolization of individual players and the demand for autographs. Between baseball cards and baseballs
themselves, the autographs of popular players became the ultimate collector's item. As a result, demand
(and prices) skyrocketed for signed baseball memorabilia.
With a vast field of players from which to choose, collecting baseball autographs begins by
determining the theme desired for one's collection. Whether it’s the greatest names of baseball history, or
all the players of a given team's season, collecting baseball players' autographs is sure to delight
The world's most expensive baseball card is one depicting Honus Wagner, an early 20th
century Pittsburgh Pirates Hall of Fame inductee. One sold at auction in April of 2013 for
Babe Ruth's signed contract with the New York Yankees sold in 2005 for $996,000. His signed
baseball sold in 2012 for $388,375
The world's largest signed baseball collection is known as Little Cooperstown, located in Saint