Autographed Baseballs

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About Autographed Baseballs

For any avid Baseball fan, it is hard to forget that first autographed baseball you were given at a young age by a friend or relative. You cherish the item, whether you know the name on the ball or not. Naturally, for avid MLB baseball memorabilia collectors, it becomes a hobby rather than an interest. The constant research of up and coming rookie stars, the trips to Spring Training facilities in search of a rising star or All-Star, and attending batting practice a few hours before the game with your son or co-worker clearly define the passion for a freshly signed MLB baseball by one of your favorite players. Over time, whether or not these players thrive determine the value of their autographed MLB baseball.

But what determines the value of that signed MLB baseball you have on your shelf in your bedroom? Many collectors will argue that the Sweet Spot of the baseball is the most valuable spot; however, PSA (Professional Sports Authenticator) does not consider this to be a deciding characteristic when it comes to grading. While the location of the baseball signature will not necessarily lose grading value, it may very well hinder the eye of a customer or buyer. An MLB autographed baseball may have a signature on the sweet spot of the ball or on the side panel, but it may be slightly to the top, left or right of that particular spot that may interfere with the buyers’ interest.

Another important detail of autographed MLB baseballs is the actual baseball itself, prior to it being signed. If you take part in batting practice before the game, you may see multiple fans with a baseball already in their hands. Obviously this is an easier way of obtaining an autograph rather than banking on a foul ball or home run, but most importantly, it is the official Major League Baseball that is worth more than the practice ball used during batting practice. Although, when it comes to grading by PSA, they do not factor the type of ball into the overall grade. For buyers and collectors however, it may alter their decision for personal reasons.

How about preserving autographed baseballs so they keep value longer? Years ago it was very common to shellac, or varnish your baseball in a yellowish coating to uphold its value. It has been proven otherwise and will not only hurt the value of your baseball but crack or peal off. With some of the earlier players who signed baseballs, the value is not hurt as much as those recent players because the autographs are more rare and it was more common at the time. When it comes to grading, the degree of shellacking will in fact have an impact in the value of your MLB signed baseball. Some degrees of shellacking may vary due to the appeal of the eye, but its grade will most likely to be lower rather than higher due to the yellowness, cracking or tearing.

Autographed baseballs will always be an item of interest for fellow MLB baseball memorabilia collectors and buyers. It is not always the grade of the ball that matters (if you decide to get it graded) but mostly the opinion of the buyer that will determine whether or not your ball is worth their buy. Some factors to take into consideration when obtaining MLB autographed baseballs are:

1. The actual baseball.
2. The location of the signature.
3. The way it is preserved.
4. How it looks to the eyes of buyers.
5. The available supply of that particular MLB player’s signature on baseballs.

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