Chicago White Sox Memorabilia

Chicago White Sox Autographed Memorabilia
Fans do not like the term, rebuilding but that is exactly what the Chicago White Sox are doing at the exact moment in time but there’s a rich history for the pale hose in Chicago. A history that includes three World Series titles, countless Hall of Famers and plenty of baseball signed for fans. The Chicago, Illinois based franchise was established in 1901. The White Sox are one of the American League’s charter franchise and has been playing ball on the southside of Chicago for over a century. Top moments of the Sox franchise include the 2005 World Series and the careers of Harold Baines, Frank Thomas and old-timer, Nellie Fox. A low-point in the franchise was the “Black Sox Scandal” following the 1919 World Series, where many players were accused of shaving points and fixing game results. The White Sox operate as Chicago’s second-team as far as fan interaction and attendance. The rival Cubs have been the lovable losers for years.

2005 World Series Champions
It has been almost a century since a Chicago based ball club hoisted the Commissioner’s Trophy. The 2005 Chicago White Sox shocked the sport with an unpredictable title run led by savvy veterans and true grit. The pale hose were led by the usual suspects during the 2000’s: Pierzynski, Konerko, Dye and Buehrle. Of course every World Series run has its unknown heroes. The southsiders suited up AJ Pierzynski, Paul Konerko, Tadahito Iguchi, Juan Uribe, Joe Crede, Scott Podsednik, Aaron Rowand, Jermaine Dye & Carl Everett on the night they clinched the World Series against the Houston Astros. The pitching staff did not light up the radar guns, but consistently shut down the American League. The pitching staff was led by Freddy Garcia, Jose Contreras, Jon Garland and fan-favorite, Mark Buehrle. The ’05 Sox were managed by Ozzie Guillen.

2017 Chicago White Sox
Catcher Omar Navarez
1st Base Jose Abreu
2nd Base Tyler Saldino
Shortstop Tim Anderson
3rd Base Todd Frazier
Outfielder Melky Cabrera
Outfielder Charles Tilson
Outfielder Avisail Garcia
Utility Man Matt Davidson

Starting Pitcher Jose Quintana
Starting Pitcher Carlos Rodon
Starting Pitcher James Shields
Starting Pitcher Miguel Gonzalez
Starting Pitcher Derek Holland
Closer David Robertson

Manager Rick Renteria

Collect the entire Chicago White Sox line-up: Opening Day Line-Up: Omar Navarez, Jose Abreu, Tyler Saldino, Tim Anderson, Todd Frazier, Melky Cabrera, Charles Tilson & Avisail Garcia or collect the 2017 Starting Rotation: Jose Quintana, Carlos Rodon, James Shields, Miguel Gonzalez and Derek Holland.

Down on the Farm
Charlotte Knights (AAA)
Birmingham Barons (AA)
Winston-Salem Dash (Advanced A)
Kannapolis Intimidators (Low A)
Great Falls Voyagers (Rookie)

Chicago White Sox Farm System
From worst to first. In the 2016 offseason, the Chicago White Sox were dealing like a baseball card trader. Swapping their top pieces to completely overhaul a tepid minor league system. The Sox acquired the biggest prospects in the game: Lucas Giolito, Yoan Moncada, Michael Kopech, Carson Fulmer & Reynaldo Lopez. Giolito & Moncada are the new face(s) of a franchise that was in dire need of change. GM Kenny Williams made some trades to get younger and it will take some time to see dividends but there is no question the talent is now on its way to Chicago.

Facts & Figures
The Big Three: Frank Thomas, Minnie Monoso & Nellie Fox
3 World Series Titles: 1906, 1917 & 2005
6 American League Pennants
Guaranteed Rate Field, formerly US Cellular Field & Comiskey Park
Rivals: Kansas City Royals, Chicago Cubs & Detroit Tigers

White Sox Retired Numbers
#2 Nellie Fox
#3 Harold Baines
#4 Luke Appling
#9 Minnie Monoso
#11 Luis Aparicio
#14 Paul Konerko
#16 Ted Lyons
#19 Billy Pierce
#35 Frank Thomas
#72 Carlton Fisk

Top Selling White Sox Products:
Chicago White Sox Throwback Jerseys
Chicago White Sox Signed MLB Baseballs
Licensed Framed Photos of Guaranteed Rate Field

Chicago Cubs Memorabilia

Chicago Cubs Autographed Memorabilia
The party may never end. The Chicago Cubs erased over a century of futility on one night in Cleveland. What an amazing season the ’16 Chicago Cubs gave the baseball world. Despite not winning a title for 108-years, the Chicago Cubs franchise boasts some of the best and diehard fans in the sport. The Cubs have been lovable losers for quite some time now but have had Hall of Fame talent take the field on the Northside of Chicago, IL. Hall of Fame legends include Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Fergie Jenkins and many more Cubbies. The Chicago Cubs memorabilia industry has boomed since the final count recorded last November. These items are expected to hold their value, similarly to the 2003 Red Sox and 1985 Bears. Chicago faithful will never forget this team, the team that won 103 games and nevr gave in. The team that boasts MVP Kris Bryant and a host of young talent with stars like Anthony Rizzo, Addy Russell and Willson Contreras.

2016 Chicago Cubs World Series Champions
Fly the W! The 2016 Chicago Cubs ended a 108-year World Series drought and pushed the “curses” aside by winning an unforgettable Game 7 over the Cleveland Indians after trailing 3-1 heading to Cleveland. Cubs manager Joe Maddon brought joy to Cubs fans across the country and pushed all the right buttons to bring the Chicago Cubs to their first World Series since 1945, and led the team to their first World Championship since 1908. Now is the perfect time for Chicago Cubs fans to commemorate this incredible feat! sells Joe Maddon autographed baseballs, as well as signed baseballs by World Series heroes Kyle Schwarber, MVP Ben Zobrist, Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Dexter Fowler, Kyle Hendricks, Javy Baez, Willson Contreras, and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to add authentic Chicago Cubs memorabilia to commemorate the Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Championship! Go Cubs Go! One top selling photo from the World Series is a Mike Montgomery signed 16×20 with “Last Out” with a shot of Kris Bryant fielding the final out. We will never forget the amazing night in Cleveland where the Cubs rose the top of the baseball world.

2017 Chicago Cubs
Catcher Willson Contreras
1st Base Anthony Rizzo
2nd Base Javy Baez
Shortstop Addison Russell
3rd Base Kris Bryant
Outfielder Kyle Schwarber
Outfielder Albert Almora Jr.
Outfielder Jason Heyward
Utility Man Ben Zobrist

Starting Pitcher Jon Lester
Starting Pitcher Kyle Hendricks
Starting Pitcher Jake Arrieta
Starting Pitcher John Lackey
Starting Pitcher Mike Montgomery
Closer Wade Davis

Manager Joe Maddon

Collect the entire Chicago Cubs line-up: Catcher Willson Contreras, 1st Base Anthony Rizzo, 2nd Base Javy Baez, Shortstop Addison Russell, 3rd Base Kris Bryant, Outfielders Kyle Schwarber, Albert Almora Jr., Jason Heyward and Ben Zobrist. Collect the top starting pitchers in the game: Starting Pitcher Jon Lester, Kyle Hendricks, Cy Young Jake Arrieta, John Lackey and Mike Montgomery. The Cubs will surely miss fan favorite, David Ross in 2017 and beyond. A true gentleman of the game who won the hearts of Cubs fans.

Down on the Farm
Fans are excited for the arrival of top prospects: Eloy Jimenez, Ian Happ, and Jeimer Candelario. The Cubs run into a good problem, not having any spots to play these young players. Maybe Theo Epstein has some tricks up his sleeve to swap for veteran pieces during a pennant chase like he did in 2016 when he traded #1 Prospect Gleyber Torres to New York (AL) for Aroldis Chapman. Chapman was a key contributor on the World Series championship team.

Chicago Cubs Farm System
Iowa Cubs (AAA)
Tennessee Smokies (AA)
Myrtle Beach Pelicans (High A)
South Bend Cubs (Low A)
Eugene Emeralds (Short Season)

Cubs Facts & Figures
3 World Series Titles: 1907, 1908 and 2016
17 National League Pennants
Historic Wrigley Field – 1916 to Present
Rivals: St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds & Chicago White Sox

Retired Numbers
#10 Ron Santo
#14 Ernie Banks
#23 Ryne Sandberg
#26 Billy Williams
#31 Ferguson Jenkins
#31 Greg “Mad Dog” Maddux

Top-Selling Cubbies Memorabilia
The Chicago Cubs are Champions of the Baseball World. The 108-year drought is over. Fly the W!

Cubs Jerseys
Cubs Photos
Cubs Baseballs
Cubs Framed Photos
Cubs Coins
Cubs Bats
2016 Exclusive Cubs Items
Best Selling Cubs Items

Top Selling 2016 Champions:
Addison Russell
Jake Arrieta
Jon Lester
Javier Baez
Anthony Rizzo
Kris Bryant
David “Grandpa Rossy” Ross
Joe Maddon
Kyle Hendricks
Ben Zobrist (World Series MVP)
Dexter Fowler


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Boston Red Sox Memorabilia

Boston Red Sox Autographed Memorabilia
The Boston Red Sox boast one of the finest sports histories in American sport. Fenway Park is the most historic park in all of baseball, the oldest stadium in the country. The Red Sox and Yankees have been battling for the American League for over a century. The two teams make for the best rivalry in American sports. The Red Sox broke the curse in 2004 with a team constructed by Theo Epstein. The Red Sox won their first world series since 1918 when they defeated the Cardinal four games to zero. The 2004 Red Sox teams will always go down as the most famous Red Sox team. The ’04 Sox were led by Jason Varitek, David Ortiz, Kevin Millar, Nomar Garciaparra, Manny Ramirez and Johnny Damon. The ’04 Sox had amazing performances from Curt Schilling (Bloody Sock Game), Bronson Arroyo and Pedro Martinez. boasts a large, authentic Red Sox memorabilia collection. Our collection includes Ted Williams authentic autographs and David Ortiz sports collectibles. Our best-selling items are signed Dustin Pedroia jerseys, Pedro Martinez signed baseballs, Red Sox signed hats and Manny Ramirez autographed photos.

Farewell, David “Big Papi” Ortiz
Red Sox fans said farewell to the most popular players of the 2000’s. David Ortiz spent fourteen seasons with Boston which included 10 All-Star appearances, 3 World Series titles and a World Series MVP. David was the face of the “Boston Strong” team of 2013 and always had a smile on his face. Fans loved their Big Papi. Even in his final season, Ortiz was still crushing baseballs with 38 homers. Ortiz will be a near First Ballot hall of famer. Red Sox faithful has purchased plenty of David Ortiz memorabilia. Signed David Ortiz collectibles will only gain in value moving forward.

2017 Boston Red Sox
Catcher Sandy Leon
1st Base Mitch Moreland
2nd Base Dustin Pedroia
Shortstop Xander Bogaerts
3rd Base Pablo Sandoval
Outfielder Andrew Benintendi
Outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.
Outfielder Mookie Betts
Designated Hitter Hanley Ramirez

Starting Pitcher Rick Porcello
Starting Pitcher Chris Sale
Starting Pitcher David Price
Starting Pitcher Steven Wright
Starting Pitcher Drew Pomeranz
Closer Craig Kimbrel

Manager John Farrell

Collect the entire 2017 Boston Red Sox Line-Up! Get signed photos, jerseys or baseballs from the whole team: Sandy Leon, Mitch Moreland, Dustin Pedroia, Shortstop Xander Bogaerts, Pablo Sandoval, Rookie Andrew Benintendi, Jackie Bradley Jr., All Star Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez. The Red Sox Pitching Staff led by the Big Three: Chris Sale, Rick Porcello and lefty David Price.

Down on the Farm
Boston Red Sox fans have to be pleased with the strength of their farm system. Their strong minor league rosters led to the acquisition of Chris Sale. Boston parted with top prospect, Yoan Moncada in the winter of 2016. The Red Sox have developed a ton of homegrown talent in recent years: Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr., Xander Bogaerts have developed through the Bo Sox system. The next wave of Boston bombers include Andrew Benintendi & Rafael Devers. Both are top prospects and expect to make an impact at the MLB level as soon as 2017.

Boston Red Sox Farm System
Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA)
Portland Sea Dogs (AA)
Salem Red Sox (High A)
Greenville Drive (Low A)
Lowell Spinners (Short Season)

Facts & Figures
Rivals: New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles, Toronto Blue Jays
8 World Series Titles: 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007 & 2013
13 American League Pennants
Oldest Stadium in MLB – Fenway Park
Sale of Babe Ruth

Retired Numbers
#1 Bobby Doerr
#4 Joe Cronin
#6 Johnny Pesky
#8 Carl Yastrzemski
#9 Ted Williams
#14 Jim Rice
#26 Wade Boggs
#27 Carlton Fisk
#45 Pedro Martinez

Top-Selling Red Sox Memorabilia
Ted Williams Memorabilia
David Ortiz Baseballs
2013 World Series Champions – Boston Strong

Arizona Diamondbacks Memorabilia

Arizona Diamondbacks Memorabilia
There is a lot of excitement in the desert about this season’s Diamondbacks team. The snakes are coming off of a disappointing 69-win season but have a healthy core returning to compete for a NL West title. Centerfielder AJ Pollock is poised to return to All-Star form, Paul Goldschmidt is a perennial MVP candidate and the DBacks return many starters from a high-powered offense. Shop collectibles signed by the 2017 D-Backs Roster: Jeff Mathis, Paul Goldschmidt, Brandon Drury, Nick Ahmed, Jake Lamb, Yasmany Tomas, AJ Pollock and David Peralta. Collect the D-Backs rotation: Zack Greinke, Robbie Ray, Taijuan Walker, Shelby Miller, Patrick Corbin, Archie Griffin and Braden Shipley. Sure the Diamondbacks franchise may only be two decades old but they have a proud history with legends like Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, Luis Gonzalez, Matt Williams and current star Paul “Goldy” Goldschmidt. A true Diamondback collector’s collection includes a Signed Arizona Baseball, Framed Jersey and a photo capturing the best moments in Arizona Diamondbacks history.

2001 World Series Memorabilia
Only a few years after the inception of the Arizona Diamondbacks franchise, the D-Backs reached the pinnacle of the sport after a dramatic World Series win over the heavy-hearted New York Yankees. The miraculous victory was clinched by a Luis Gonzalez single up the middle against the best reliever in the sport, Mariano Rivera. The 2001 Diamondbacks roster included Damian Miller, Mark Grace, Tony Womack, Jay Bell, Matt Williams, David Dellucci, Steve Finley and Luis Gonzalez. Their special starting rotation included: Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, Byung-Hyun Kim and Matt Mantei.

2017 Arizona Diamondbacks
Catcher Jeff Mathis
1st Base Paul Goldschmidt
2nd Base Brandon Drury
Shortstop Nick Ahmed
3rd Base Jake Lamb
Outfielder Yasmany Tomas
Outfielder AJ Pollock
Outfielder David Peralta
Designated Hitter Chris Owings

Starting Pitcher Zack Greinke
Starting Pitcher Robbie Ray
Starting Pitcher Taijuan Walker
Starting Pitcher Shelby Miller
Starting Pitcher Patrick Corbin
Closer Fernando Rodney

Manager Torey Lovullo

There is plenty of hype in the desert about this season’s Diamondbacks team. The D-Backs are coming off of a disappointing 69-win season but have a healthy core returning to compete for a National League West crown and more. All Star AJ Pollock is poised to return to form after a season-ending injury in 2016, Paul Goldschmidt is a perennial MVP candidate and their line-up is littered with young talent. Sure the Diamondbacks franchise may only be two decades old but they have a proud history with legends like Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, Luis Gonzalez, Matt Williams and current star Paul “Goldy” Goldschmidt. A true Diamondback collector’s collection includes a Signed Arizona Baseball, Framed Jersey and a photo capturing the best moments in Arizona Diamondbacks history.

Down on the Farm
Arizona Diamondbacks fans are giddy about the prospect of these prospects: Socrates Brito, Anthony Banda, Alex Young and Taylor Clarke. The overall depth of the DBacks farm system is a tad weak at the moment. Trading Dansby Swanson to Atlanta for Shelby left many Diamondbacks fans scratching their heads.

D-Backs Minor League System:
Reno Aces (AAA)
Jackson Generals (AA)
Visalia Rawhide (High A)
Kane County Cougars (Low A)
Hillsboro Hops (Short Season)

Facts & Figures
Chase Field, Bank One Ballpark
1 World Series Title
5 NL West Titles
Rivals: Dodgers, Rockies, Padres and Giants

Retired Numbers
#20 Luis Gonzalez
#51 Randy Johnson

Top D-Backs Memorabilia
Arizona Diamondbacks Autographed Baseballs
Arizona Diamondbacks Signed Jerseys
Arizona Diamondbacks Autographed Baseball Bats

Kansas City Royals Memorabilia

Kansas City Royals Memorabilia
Right on the border of Kansas and Missouri resides Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals. The Royals franchise was dormant for nearly three decades until a core group of stars helped bring the passion back to the fan base. A long, trying rebuild finally ended in 2015 as the Kansas City Royals defeated the New York Mets in the World Series to end a thirty-year title drought. General Manager Dayton Moore can take a lot of the credit for bringing winning baseball back to KC. Moore’s blueprint included the acquisition or drafting of Eric Hosmer, Salvador Perez, Alex Gordon, Yordan Ventura, Mike Moustakas and more key players. This group of star’s autographs were highly coveted after the final out in New York City. Autograph prices nearly doubled for all players on the active playoff roster. The best items signed by Kansas City Royals would be a 2015 World Series Baseball. These balls commemorate the amazing series against the Mets. Throughout the years, Kansas City autograph collectors and fans have collected autographed jerseys, bats, baseballs and photos. A good Royals collection must contain the past and present. It is relatively easy to track down a signature from a member of 2015’s club but to truly honor the tradition of the Royals, a walk down memory lane is in order to boost a collection. Which players should a collector target? Where can they find these exclusive signed Royals memorabilia items? These and more will be answered below.

1985 World Series Memorabilia
Missourians will never forget the “I-70” Series between the hated St. Louis Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals. The Royals ultimately came out on top but it took them seven games to cage the Cardinals. Manager Dick Howser orchestrated through the American League gauntlet with a 91-71 regular season record and a 4-3 series victory over the upstart Toronto Blue Jays. Not every Game 7 of the World Series is created equal, some include pitch-by-pitch, edge of your seat drama but in this Game 7, the Royals cruised to victory, 11-0 in front of a capacity crowd inside Kauffman Stadium. These World Series Champion Royals became immortal in the midwest. The World Series roster included: Lonnie Smith, Willie Wilson, George Brett, Frank White, Jim Sunberg, Steve Balboni, Darryl Motley, Buddy Biancalana and World Series MVP Bret Saberhagen. Autographed memorabilia from any one of these players may not hold strong value over team but if you were lucky enough to get a team signed baseball from this team, that is where the value lies. A combo item signed by George Brett and Bret Saberhagen is a strong piece of sports memorabilia. Those lucky enough to witness both World Series titles would love this World Series Ticket Collection featuring replica tickets from both the 1985 & 2015 World Series.

2015 World Series Memorabilia
The Royals rode the momentum of a great 2014 campaign to qualify for the postseason with a league leading 95-67 record. Dayton Moore pulled the trigger mid-season to acquire All Star Johnny Cueto and Ben Zobrist to an already first place club. These acquisitions paid off when Cueto got the ball in the postseason and Ben Zobrist continued to come up with clutch hits. The Royals scratched and clawed through the Houston Astros in the ALDS then outlasted the Toronto Blue Jays in six games to advance to their second straight World Series. When November rolled around, the Royals lineup consisted of: Salvador Perez, Eric Hosmer, Omar Infante, Alcides Escobar, Mike Moustakas, Alex Gordon, Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain. The pitching staff for Kansas City was led by Yordano Ventura, Edinson Volquez, Johnny Cueto and anchored by Wade Davis and Kelvin Herrera. Ned Yost was on his game for most of the postseason, pulling the right strings when needed and had his Royals running on all cylinders. The Royals closed out the World Series with a remarkable comeback win at Citi Field. The key play in the World Series was the Eric Hosmer slide to tie the game. Christian Colon came off the bench to take the lead then the rest is baseball history. Wade Davis recorded the final out via strikeout. The best memorabilia from the 2015 fall classic would be a team signed Major League Baseball, a photo of Wade Davis getting trampled on the mound or a photograph of Eric Hosmer’s daring dash home.

2017 Kansas City Royals
Catcher Salvador Perez
1st Base Eric Hosmer
2nd Base Whit Merrifield
Shortstop Alcides Escobar
3rd Base Mike Moustakas
Outfielder Alex Gordon
Outfielder Lorenzo Cain
Outfielder Jorge Soler
Designated Hitter Brandon Moss

Starting Pitcher Danny Duffy
Starting Pitcher Ian Kennedy
Starting Pitcher Jason Vargas
Starting Pitcher Jason Hammel
Starting Pitcher Nathan Karns
Closer Kelvin Herrera

Manager Ned Yost

Fans have to be excited about the 2017 Kansas City Royals, a lot of household names in the line-up and a manager who knows how to put the pieces together. Our top autograph recommendations: Eric Hosmer Signed Baseball, Alex Gordon Autographed Jersey and Danny Duffy Signed 8×10 Photo.

Down on the Farm
Kansas City Royals memorabilia collectors are waiting anxiously for top prospects Hunter Dozier, Jorge Bonifacio, Matt Strahm, Kyle Zimmer and Chase Vallot. Prospecting for autographs can be a tricky business venture. Royals fan know this especially after hearing about Top Prospect Bubba Starling for years only to see him fizzle out in the Minor Leagues. KC collectors who bought into the idea of prospecting did well when Dayton Moore’s top talent reached the bigs and ultimately won the World Series.

Facts & Figures
Kaufmann Stadium (1973-Present)
2 World Series Titles (1985 & 2015)
4 American League Pennants (1980, 1985, 2014 & 2015)
Colors: Gold, Powder Blue, Royal Blue & White.

Retired Numbers
#5 George Brett
#10 Dick Howser
#20 Frank White

The best Kansas City Royals Memorabilia can be found at
Royals Autographed Jerseys
Royals Autographed Baseballs
Royals Autographed Photos

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