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Collectible Batting Helmets For The True Fan

Sometimes, finding just the right gift for a baseball fan can be difficult, which is what makes collectible batting helmets such a wonderful find. If you have never seen one of these beauties before, you should know that they are the perfect way for just about any kind of fan to display their love for their favorite team. When it comes to gift giving, you really have it easy when you have the opportunity to purchase one of these babies! Basically, when you make the decision to buy one of the wonderful collectible batting helmets on the market today, you are getting a great little item that will show the collector or fanatic in your life just how much you are thinking of them. For many avid fans, this is one of the ultimate when it comes to Major League Baseball gifts. Perfectly sized and always handsome while on display, these great batting helmets are available with the colors and logos from just about any team that you can think of. Collectible batting helmets make perfect gifts for several different reas...


Curious About The Weekly Salary Of The Boston Red Sox?

You love the Boston Red Sox, go to all the games you can and catch the others on television whenever you can. In your quest for knowledge about the Boston Red Sox, did you ever wonder about the weekly salary of the Boston Red Sox? When the Boston Red Sox got their start in 1912, they played Fenway Park and continue to do so to the present day. There is no data available for the players' 1912 weekly salaries but in 1913 they averaged $67.00 a week with the exception of the player, Tris Speaker that averaged $302.00 per week according to the MLB Baseball Almanac. Fast forward to the great stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression of the 1930's and into World War II the mid-1940's average weekly salaries of the Boston Red Sox propelled towards $960.00 per week for players like Ted Williams and the other team members averaged around $300.00 to $400.00 per week. The 1950's really heralded in the golden age of baseball with most notably Ted Williams salary boosting to $2403.00 per week in the 1950 seas...


How To Get Started With Autograph Collecting So You Don't Lose Your Shirt

As with any new endeavor it is best to start out small when you first begin in the autograph market. It is much better to start small and then increase your exposure as you learn so that your risk of loss is as low as possible. Even if you aren't intending to resell the autographs you are purchasing right now you still don't want to pay too much for them.Some of the questions that you want to ask an autograph or collectibles dealer include things like how long the dealer has operated their business, the source of the particular autograph you are interested in, and possibly even references from prior clients. Still, you could end up with someone who you may not care to do business with if they are not totally honest and upright with their answers. A reputable dealer will be as proud of their reputation and the quality of their merchandise as they are of their overall collection. Even though time can sometimes work against you in collecting memorabilia of any kind it is better to take the time to do your due di...


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