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I have that same problem and yes it does. If it is signed by joe mauer and Derek Jeter no but if one player is a minor league player or not good then it hurts the value.

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No CoatingYes especially with newer baseballs. It will hurt the value of the signature. Years ago it was a common practice to shellac the baseball to protect the signatures. This practice stopped when it was realized that the balls would turn yellow, crack, and peal off. With some of the earliest signed baseballs, the value is not hurt as much as with newer balls because the autographs are more rare, and it was common.


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No ShellacNo. It will hurt the value of the signature. Years ago it was a common practice to shellac the baseball to protect the signatures. This practice stopped when it was realized that the balls would turn yellow, crack, and peal off. With some of the earliest signed baseballs, the value is not hurt as much as with newer balls because the autographs are more rare, and it was common.


No ShellacNo. It will hurt the value of the signature. Years ago it was a common practice to shellac the baseball to protect the signatures. This practice stopped when it was realized that the balls would turn yellow, crack, and peal off. With some of the earliest signed baseballs, the value is not hurt as much as with newer balls because the autographs are more rare, and it was common.


Absolutely NotNo! It will destroy the value of the signature. Years ago it was a common practice to shellac the baseball to protect the signatures. This practice stopped when it was realized that the balls would turn yellow, crack, and peal off. With some of the earliest signed baseballs, the value is not hurt as much as with newer balls because the autographs are more rare, and it was common.


yes football players get more hurt than basketball players


About 50% of all football players get hurt in one year, football has a 50,50 of getting really hurt or not getting really hurt. Is the reward worth the risk?


are you serious?? players are hurt every day, there are injuries in matches all around the world all the time


1942 New York Yankees Team Signed BaseballA 1942 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: McCarthy, Rizzuto, Dickey, DiMaggio, Ruffing, Gomez, and Gordon is worth about $700.-$1,000. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.Years ago it was a common practice to shellac the baseball to protect the signatures. This practice stopped when it was realized that the balls would turn yellow, crack, and peal off. With some of the earliest signed baseballs the value is not hurt as much as with newer balls because the autographs are more rare but, it will still hurt the value depending on how well the baseball aged. The bottom line will still rely on the condition and display of the signatures.If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide see Related Links below.


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You can get hurt but not once you get signed up



All star cheerleaders get more hurt because they get tossed and football players don't really do anything.......


its the name of the game the point of is to tackle the other players and hurt them as bad as you can


If they slide it won't hurt


so they can play better and hurt other rugby players in order to get the balli think=)


Only if one player is hurt or released.


If they really hurt someone and that guy who's hurt is down or if they showboat they get fined or a suspension.


how many hockey player get hurt from a body check each game


take a knee, and clap when they get up.


Just as easy as all humans can.


This is likely a 1947 Pittsburgh Pirates team ball, as all players were with the franchise that year and '47 was Howell's only year. Wagner served as a coach, and is typically found on Pirates team-signed balls of the era. His signature would be the main determining factor of value, but the overall value is hurt by the fact it's an "American League" ball versus National (Pirates are an NL team) as well as the small number of signatures on it. Even so, depending on the clarity, placement and size of the Wagner autograph, your ball is worth at least $200, but as much as $400, again relative to the specifics of Wagner's signature.


It varies from sport to sport and day to day.


if they are hurt or they broke a law and got suspended


the ones in there knees, shoulders, and elbows.



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