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mike squires
05-18-2004, 01:29 PM
but for some reason still mean something to you...

Several years ago I got Rodney Mcrays autograph (90~91) (the guy that ran through the wall in the minorleagues.)

My sister got Harry Carray's autograph on the 77 program.

Palehose13
05-18-2004, 01:41 PM
My dad got Steve lyons to autograph a pair of boxers shortly after he dropped his drawers after sliding into first.

Hangar18
05-18-2004, 01:50 PM
My Jerry Reinsdorf Bobblehead Doll ..........
Smashed it a few years ago ........

Baby Fisk
05-18-2004, 01:53 PM
The shelf space I've been reserving since 1983 for "White Sox World Champions" gear.

whitesoxwilkes
05-18-2004, 02:09 PM
I have one of Gary Ward's hats. Way too big for my melon, but it's cool-looking.

mantis1212
05-18-2004, 02:18 PM
Xerox copies of my 1993 World Series game 6 tickets- Chicago White Sox vs. National League Champions

DrummerGeorgefan
05-18-2004, 02:30 PM
I know its somewhere in Mom and Dad's house, but my Bob Feller autograph from April 15, 1990 (the game at old comiskey that celebrated his opening day no hitter). Feller signed nicely and then I gave it to Edgar Smith (sox pitcher that day) who signed right over Feller's signature, either out of haste or anger that more people were getting Feller's than his.

Jerko
05-18-2004, 02:31 PM
Baseball related; foul ball from 2000 playoffs

Non baseball related: my ex-girlfriend's ass

Tekijawa
05-18-2004, 02:53 PM
Autographed Charlie Hough Rookie Card... We laughed when I handed it to him... I was about 15 at the time and he looked at it and looked at me and said "son this cards is older than you are"

Where is that guy now?

JRIG
05-18-2004, 02:55 PM
McKay Christensen's autograph on a Trival Pesuit card I keep in my wallet.

He always was a favorite of mine for no good reason..

jabrch
05-18-2004, 02:56 PM
Originally posted by Tekijawa
Autographed Charlie Hough Rookie Card... We laughed when I handed it to him... I was about 15 at the time and he looked at it and looked at me and said "son this cards is older than you are"

Where is that guy now?

That's a good question - we need a 5th starter. They say Knuckleballers can go fairly late in their careers!!!!

mike squires
05-18-2004, 04:09 PM
Originally posted by Palehose13
My dad got Steve lyons to autograph a pair of boxers shortly after he dropped his drawers after sliding into first.

That reminds me...I got Lyons before a gamein 91. Then on the way back to my seat saw Sammy sitting on top of th railing of the dugout. I threw him the ball and he signed it. Kinda bugs me tat I got the great sammy sosa on the same ball as Lyons.

Fisk72
05-18-2004, 04:14 PM
Originally posted by mantis1212
Xerox copies of my 1993 World Series game 6 tickets- Chicago White Sox vs. National League Champions

I still have xerox copies of the 2003 ALDS game 1 at the Cell. :gulp:

ChiWhiteSox1337
05-18-2004, 04:18 PM
I have an autograph from Terry Bevington. He was the only guy who had a short line on autograph day at the park!

ma_deuce
05-18-2004, 04:33 PM
Originally posted by Jerko
Non baseball related: my ex-girlfriend's ass

You mean the actual ass? :?:

Deuce

ScottyTheSoxFan
05-18-2004, 04:44 PM
ive got a don slaught autographed ball.

markp8867
05-18-2004, 04:54 PM
I got a Josh Paul autographed baseball at Soxfest in 2002. Sure he is on the Cubs now and wasn't very good when he was on the Sox but he did hit a game winning home run on my birthday which I will never forget! Not only that but he is a very nice guy too.

Jerko
05-18-2004, 05:25 PM
Originally posted by ma_deuce
You mean the actual ass? :?:

Deuce

I should have put that in teal, but yeah, I guess her actual ass still means something to me; I'd like to give it a good kick every now and then.

Another baseball one: Don Kessinger autographed card. Not that I was a big Kessinger fan but my buddy actually chased him as he was gettin into his car and we got his sig.

HomeFish
05-18-2004, 05:55 PM
I have balls autographed by Keith Foulke and Kelly Wunsch. I also have a baseball hat autographed by Bob Howry as well as a framed, autographed, glossy picture of "Bullet Bob."