This week’s announcement that he’d become the first unanimous MVP in NBA history means a new line of products for the company that handles his online autograph exclusives. Some of those items began showing up online Wednesday.
There won’t be a lack of different themes.
Curry will sign memorabilia relating to the team’s record-breaking 73-win season, his new three-point record and the MVP awards during a post-season signing session with Fanatics.
8×10 and 16×20 pieces are being pre-sold now.
Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo are among several Cubs slated to sign autographs during the Fanatics show in Chicago this weekend but if you haven’t bought an autograph ticket for them, you’re too late. Both have sold out.
You can buy already signed items for both players on the company’s website.
The show takes place Friday and Saturday at the Stephens Convention Center.
Piazza will appear at the Roosevelt Mall in Garden City, NY on Tuesday, May 17. He and do private signings for Steiner as well.
According to this page, the price for pre-sold 16×20 photos via mail order is $300. Photos without the inscription are $50 cheaper. Piazza will also sign baseballs with the inscription for $300.
Piazza’s homer in the first game following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks became a seminal moment in Mets history. The jersey he was wearing that night belonged to a private collector who sold it through Goldin Auctions last month for $365,000. The new owners plan to display it at a trio of museums, including the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Jackie Robinson’s first baseball contracts are on display in Canada.
Collectors Café, the new company which purchased them for a heavy seven-figure price, has taken them on the road with stops in Toronto and Montreal.