Current and former champs, Rookies of the Year and a retired great.
Here’s a look which athlete autographs were the most popular in November, courtesy of Fanatics and its partner website, SportsMemorabilia.com.
Click the player’s name to see his autographed memorabilia.
George Springer – With Houston’s World Series win, there was a huge jump in Astros sales with Springer being the most popular player on a talented roster. The top-selling item was a photograph of the now famous Sports Illustrated cover from 2014, proclaiming the Astros as “2017 World Series champions.”
Jose Altuve – The American League’s 2017 MVP saw a big jump in sales from the beginning of autumn to the start of the holiday shopping season. The top-selling item was a 2017 World Series champions autographed baseball.
Tom Brady –He’s not cheap but the ageless Brady has been consistently one of the top-selling athletes following his latest victory in the Super Bowl.
Carson Wentz – Fanatics says Wentz is its most popular exclusive athlete. Wentz has agreed to do multiple signings per year for the company. Game-used Wentz memorabilia has also been a hot seller.
Aaron Judge – Judge signed an exclusive autograph during the season and has already done several signings, bringing newly autographed baseballs, bats, photos, jerseys to the market. “2017 AL Rookie of the Year” inscribed items are now on the market.
Peyton Manning – Even after his retirement, Manning has continued to be a big seller. The future Hall of Famer recently went to south Florida for a signing session, satisfying what’s been a strong, consistent demand for nearly 20 years.
Aaron Rodgers – Long-time NFL veteran Rodgers is still moving product with everything from footballs to helmets to specially designed pictures selling at a good clip.
Anthony Rizzo – Both Rizzo and Kris Bryant (both Fanatics exclusive athletes) have been the most popular baseball players when it comes to autographs. Each has conducted multiple signings since the 2016 World Series. Just last week, Rizzo sat down for a post-season session with Fanatics.
Alex Bregman – His long-awaited MLB debut hasn’t disappointed and with postseason exposure, Bregman lands in the top 10.
Cody Bellinger – Bellinger was in the minor leagues when the 2017 season began but proved he belonged and quickly became a star. He recently signed items associated with winning the National League Rookie of the Year award.
We’ll have an updated list later this month.