Cleveland Indians Memorabilia Purchasing Guide

Cleveland Indians Autographed Memorabilia
Cleveland Rocks! The Indians boast one of the oldest and most storied franchises in the sport. The Indians have called Cleveland home for over a century. Many great players has donned Chief Wahoo across their chest and their fans have been chanting for decades. A proud franchise who is the team to beat in the American League in today’s day and age.

2016 American League Champions
Heart led the way for the Tribe in 2016. Pitching and chemistry paved the route for the Indians to return to the World Series. The Indians took on the Chicago Cubs in the 2016 World Series, a fall classic we will not soon forget. Cleveland jumped out to a 3-1 series lead before fate took over as the Chicago Cubs ended their 108-year World Series drought on a wet night in Cleveland. The Indians were led by Francisco Lindor, Corey Kluber and Andrew Miller throughout the ’16 Postseason.

2017 Cleveland Indians
Catcher Yan Gomes
1st Base Carlos Santana
2nd Base Jason Kipnis
Shortstop Francisco Lindor
3rd Base Jose Ramirez
Outfielder Michael Brantley
Outfielder Tyler Naquin
Outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall
Utility Man Edwin Encarnacion

Starting Pitcher Corey Kluber
Starting Pitcher Carlos Carrasco
Starting Pitcher Danny Salazar
Starting Pitcher Trevor Bauer
Starting Pitcher Josh Tomlin
Closer Cody Allen
Set Up Man Andrew Miller

Manager Terry Francona

Collect the entire Indians line-up: Yan Gomes, Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis, Francisco Lindor, Jose Ramirez, Michael Brantley, Lonnie Chisenhall, Abraham Almonte & Edwin Encarnacion. The Indians top ranked staff includes: Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Danny Salazar, Trevor Bauer and Josh Tomlin.

Down on the Farm
Pick up signed collectibles from the next wave of Indians Stars! Fans in Ohio are excited to meet Bradley Zimmer, Francisco Mejia, Triston McKenzie, Brady Aiken and Yandy Diaz. The front office has done an excellent job recently bringing in and grooming current All Stars: Lindor, Kipnis and Kluber.

Tribe’s Farm System
AAA Columbus Clippers
AA Akron RubberDucks
High A Lynchburg Hillcats
Low A Lake County Captains
Short Season Mahoning Valley Scrappers

Facts & Figures
2 World Series Titles: 1920 & 1948
American League Pennants: Most Recent 2016
Rivals: Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers & 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs

Retired Numbers
#3 Earl Averill
#5 Lou Bordeau
#14 Larry Doby
#18 Mel Harder
#19 Bob Feller
#21 Bob Lemon

Top Selling Cleveland Indians Products:
Bob Feller Signed Jersey
Francisco Lindor Autographed Baseball
Unsigned Indians Collectibles


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Cincinnati Reds Memorabilia Buying Guide

Collect the entire Reds line-up: Billy Hamilton, Joey Votto, Adam Duvall, Eugenio Suarez, Scott Schebler, Zack Cozart, Tucker Barnhart and Jose Peraza. The Reds staff is headlined by DeSclafani, Finnegan, Feldman, Adleman and Cody Reed.

Cincinnati Reds Autographed Memorabilia
One of the oldest baseball teams in America, the Cincinnati ball club formerly known as Red Stockings, Redlegs and currently the Cincinnati Reds have had a storied history involving some of the best players to ever play. The Reds history began in 1882, not a typo. The Reds have played over a century in Cincinnati, Ohio and have a long history of sports memorabilia. The Reds have had multiple Hall of Fame inductees over the years – Pete Rose, Joe Morgan, Tony Perez, Johnny Bench and Barry Larkin are the most popular players. The Reds

Big Red Machine Memorabilia
No team in baseball history has dominated a decade like the “Big Red Machine”. Over the span of seven seasons, the Reds won four National League pennants and two World Series. Their starting lineup penciled in: Morgan, Bench, Foster, Rose, Griffey, Concepcion and Perez. Never has a pitching staff had to gameplan for an unstoppable force like they did against the Reds of the 1970’s. The National Leagu MVP Award stayed in Cincinnati six times during the 70’s. An unrivaled decade of dominance.

2017 Cincinnati Reds
Catcher Tucker Barnhart
1st Base Joey Votto
2nd Base Jose Peraza
Shortstop Zack Cozart
3rd Base Eugenio Suarez
Outfielder Adam Duvall
Outfielder Billy Hamilton
Outfielder Scott Schebler
Utility Man Devin Mesoraco

Starting Pitcher Anthony DeSclafani
Starting Pitcher Brandon Finnegan
Starting Pitcher Scott Feldman
Starting Pitcher Tim Adelman
Starting Pitcher Cody Reed
Closer Raisel Iglesias

Manager Bryan Price

Collect the entire Reds line-up: Billy Hamilton, Joey Votto, Adam Duvall, Eugenio Suarez, Scott Schebler, Zack Cozart, Tucker Barnhart and Jose Peraza. The Reds staff is headlined by DeSclafani, Finnegan, Feldman, Adleman and Cody Reed.

Down on the Farm
Louisville Bats (AAA)
Pensacola Blue Wahoos (AA)
Daytona Tortugas (Advanced A)
Dayton Dragons (A)
Billings Mustangs (Rookie Ball)

Cincinnati Reds Farm System
To compete in the top heavy National League Central, the Reds need to hit on some prospects in the next few years. The Reds do not have the luxury to buy players like their adversaries in the Central so devloping homegrown talent is vital. The next wave of Cincinnati stars could be on their way soon. Top prospects like Nick Senzel, Amir Garrett, Jesse Winker, Robert Stephenson and Tyler Mahle.

Facts & Figures
5 World Series Titles: 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976 & 1990
9 National League Pennants
Great American Ballpark, Riverfront Stadium & classic Crosley Field
MVPs: Joey Votto (2010), Barry Larkin (1995) & Big Red Machine (Foster, Morgan, Rose & Bench)
Rivals: Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals and Cleveland Indians
The Voice of the Reds – Marty Brennaman

Cincy’s Retired Numbers
#1 Fred Hutchinson
#5 Johnny Bench
#8 Joe Morgan
#10 Sparky Anderson
#11 Barry Larkin
#13 Dave Concepcion
#14 Pete Rose
#18 Ted Kluszewski
#20 Frank Robinson
#24 Tony Perez

Top Selling Redlegs Products:
Authentic Pete Rose Sports Memorabilia
Big Red Machine Authentic Memorabilia
Johnny Bench Collectibles