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By zisetinglan on Aug 14, 2014 06:17 AM
Collecting autographed sports memorabilia is a fun hobby for most sports fans. To others Ryan Shazier Yellow Jersey , it has become a serious business. There are two components that draw people to collecting baseball cards, jerseys and just about every other item signed by a star in a major sport.

The first reason that people like to collect autographed sports memorabilia is that it gives them a connection to their favorite players or sports heroes. The second reason is as an investment. Signed items Ryan Shazier Kids Jersey , particularly rare items, can be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars to collectors.

Collecting for the Love of the Sport

Most sports memorabilia collectors start out very young when they first develop an interest in sports. They may play Little League Baseball or some other sports and then get interested in the professional teams. When they go to their first game with their father Ryan Shazier Youth Jersey , they may try to get an autograph from their favorite player. Once they get that first signature on their scorecard, they are usually hooked.

As a young collector Ryan Shazier Jersey For Sale , you have a better chance of going up to a player and getting them to sign your baseball cap, glove or some other game-related item. Most players are happy to sign an autograph for a 7 year old because they know they are not going to turn around and immediately try to sell the item on eBay.

The fact that some players rarely sign autographs or only sign them at shows where you are required to pay for the signature Ryan Shazier Steelers Jersey , has taken some of the appeal out of the autographed sports memorabilia hobby. You can call it business, but it really represents a loss of innocence.
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