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. 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 visit the following page from the link I left below.
either the phillies,red sox,dodgers,twins,or cardinals. It could be anybody except for the Yankees and mets because they stink
yankees except if u live in chicago P.S. im from kansas city
Except on a specified condition; if not
Since being renamed the Yankees in 1913, the team has won a WS championship in each decade except the 1910-1919 and 1980-1989 decades. The Yankees have reached the WS in every decade except 1910-1919. With a record 40 WS appearances since their first in 1923, the Yankees have averaged,approximately, one WS appearance every two years.
all of them except baseball
every team except the white sox, yankees, and marlins as far as I KNOW
The White Sox, in 1960, became the first team to put names on their jerseys. As baseball popularity grew, other teams began to do the same. At this point all teams except the Yankees, wear jerseys with their names on them.
no because none cares about american sports except for the united states themselves
Just like baseball except with a kickball.
That would be every Yankees player in franchise history, except for Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra. Those were the only three Yankees to win three MVP awards. Alex Rodriguez also won three MVP awards in his career, two with the Yankees and one with the Texas Rangers.
A 1957 New York Yankees Year book could be worth a couple of hundred dollars in near mint condition. Once you start putting signatures on it you devalue the year book. A collector of year books will prefer the book without signatures, and will not pay more money for the added signatures, and more than likely pass on it all together. On the other hand a collector of autographs most likely will not pay the extra money for the signatures on a collectible unless it is presented in a displayable fashion. If you can acquire the same signatures on a less expensive Photo or item than a collectible year book why pay the extra $200.00? In the world of autograph collecting photographs, and equipment (ball, Bat, Jersey) are the most desirable items to be signed. That's not to say there are not collectors out there that would not desire a 1957 autographed year book. It's just harder to find one willing to pay the extra money. Condition of the year book, as well as the signatures being authenticated will also effect the value. The key signatures for the 1957 New York Yankees are Stengel, Slaughter, Berra, Mantle, and Howard and will be valued at about $600. - $900. You are missing two of the key signatures, with Mickey Mantle being the most important. I would estimate the value of your 1957 Yankee year book at about $250. - $500. The same signatures on an William Harridge Official American League Baseball would be worth more.
Well I'm not sure about a resale value, but I bought one today from Amanda Borden for $50, it has all signatures except for Dominique Dawes.
They are discontinued and no longer sold except used or as a collectible to remain boxed and in new condition
The curve must have a derivative at every point (except its end point).
No, there is no medical need for any man to be circumsized, except if as a cure to a condition such as phimosis.
College baseball and Pro baseball are the same thing except that in collee they are allowed to use alluminum baseball bats and college players dont get paid to play.
From 1996 to 2000, the N.Y. Yankees won the World Series every year, except in 1997. That year the Cleveland Indians won the American League pennant and were defeated by the National League Florida Marlins in seven games.
Although many baseball fans who despise the Yankees say that they cheat and that they buy all their championships, it isn't really true. However, if you look back at A-Rod (A-Roid) or Jason Giambi and their steroid acts, you could say the Yanks cheat a lot. However, if you look at all the other steroid users, they weren't all on the Yankees. And the buying championships thing is ridiculous because if you look at the top 5 highest payrolls for a team, although the Yankees are on top, the last four all didn't make it to the playoffs except for the Red Sox who didn't get too far. The Yankees just make good picks on buying people.(They get help from people who want to play on the Yanks.)
The New York Yankees won 11 games and lost 7 against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Yankees .611 winning percentage was the best aagaints all other American league teams they played except the Orioles who they also had a record of 11-7 against.. The Yankees scored 76 runs, and the Rays 75.
Nobody knows............. Except for maybe a mind reader..........
same problem except from baseball
The price of the autographed shirt depends on four factors:How famous the celebrity is e.g. Is the celebrity a radio broadcaster, Hollywood star.The age of the shirt (the older the better).Is the star deceased (which skyrockets the price if he/she is!)And what condition is the shirt in.If The star is a radio broadcaster, TV presenter or small time movie star the shirt would be approximately $75-$100AUD or if he/she is deceased $100-$150AUD if the shirt is damaged deduct $15AUD if the shirt is older than 30 years add $50AUD.If it is a Hollywood actor, double the prices except if the actor is deceased then you triple the prices.
Basketball , soccer and volleyball there might be more though