bad autographs

Editor’s Blog: Time to Cut the Auto-Relic Cord?

With crummy autographs in pricey products, it might be time for sports card makers to break the cycle and focus on more lower cost, less hit-oriented sets.

Ramblings: Sloppy Signatures and the Brooklyn Dodgers’ Clubhouse Signer

Rich Klein recalls Beckett having some fun with sloppy signatures and recounts a story about a couple of young autograph seekers visiting Thurman Munson.

Mike Schmidt Longs for the Days of Legible Autographs

The Hall of Fame third baseman gets the autograph business but says if today’s athletes won’t take time to write so someone can read it and engage the fans a little, why bother?

More Crummy Looking Autographs Hit Market

Shall we pray for the autograph authenticators of the 21st century? Many of today’s NFL rookies can’t sign their name worth a lick.

Gallery of Awful Autographs

Players might be able to write you a note explaining why they’re giving autographs a bad name…but you wouldn’t be able to read it.