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Postby MMoNeY24 » Sat Jul 09, 2005 4:01 pm

Yankes commentator for years... What do you guys think that can fetch? I don't plan on selling it because my dad knows him and got it signed personally and I remember him telling me that Bob said he doesn't normally sign, so don't go selling it. Just curious as to what it can be worth.

It's on a newer MLB authentic ball in a hard case. No certificate... I figure w/o the certificate it's worth a lot less, but wanna know what the price could be with and without it.
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Postby Padres19 » Sat Jul 09, 2005 4:32 pm

It really depends on what a Yankee fan would want for it. There isn't much of a market outside of New York for him since he is all Yankees.

I checked a few sites, one had one for sale for around $450, but they are a huge company and they always overprice their stuff. For example, they sell Tom Arnold autographed baseballs for $89, and a Pat Borders baseball for $159!!!

It also says on that site that he rarely signs.
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