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Welcome to the Rackrs Autograph Reference Guide, the largest authenticated online autograph guide available to collectors for free. Our guide covers every major sport – Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Racing, Boxing, Wrestling, anything you can think of or need. We have spent thousands of hours creating the ultimate autograph database in order to create a safer experience for collectors, and help make more informed decisions when buying autographs. We have everything from Hall of Fame members to players who might have played one game in the majors.
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The voice (Jones) and body (Prowse) of legendary villain Darth Vader! Note that Jones also starred in the 1989 baseball film Field of Dreams.
Marcos Maidana Autograph....signed 12/13/13 in San Antonio, Tx. Autographed on the bottom right. The other autograph is from Adrien Broner.
Adrien Broner Autograph....signed12/13/13 in San Antonio, Tx. Autographed on the bottom right. The other autograph is from Marcos "El Chino" Maidana.
I was headed to the gym (on a army base where my brother inlaw lives) and me and him drove to the gym. Well we got their and he said oh by the way some soccer players are here. I was thinking oh just some local players. Well needless to say I walked in and saw a huge line and thought this for just some local players to find out it was three player of the US Olympic Soccer team! Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Tisha Hoch. I didnt have anything to get signed but they had card promoting their soccer academy. So I got 2 signed :) Pretty happy.
The #1 (Lafluer) and #2 (Dionne) picks in the 1971 NHL Entry Draft. http://www.tsn.ca/draftcentre/story/?id=398292
ROMLB baseball autographed by hockey legend Wayne Gretzky (sweet spot) and MMA star Georges St. Pierre - two Canadian sports greats!
A photo of the second iteration of Madison Square Garden autographed by seven legendary New York Rangers. Top right-hand corner: Brian Leetch (#2), Mark Messier (#11) Bottom (from left to right): Adam Graves (#9), Harry Howell (#3), Rod Gilbert (#7), Jean Ratelle (#19), Brad Park (#2)
ROMLB baseball autographed by 11 pro wrestling legends. Sweet spot: 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper North panel: Bruno Sammartino; Jushin 'Thunder' Liger; Lanny Poffo East panel: Rick Martel; Tito Santana West panel: Honky Tonk Man; Jimmy Hart; Gene Okerlund South panel: Bret 'Hitman' Hart; Brutus Beefcake Eight of the autographs were obtained at the WrestleReunion Convention in Toronto, Canada, April 2012. The Hart, Beefcake and Poffo signatures were obtained at the Niagara Falls Comic Con in June of the same year.
Obtained the weekend Mark Howe was (FINALLY!) inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Nov. 2011. I obtained Mark's auto the Friday of that evening at Frozen Pond in Concord, ON, and I got Gordie's signature the Sunday at a sports memorabilia convention in Mississauga. Both were very nice, and Gordie had a funny, surprised reaction to seeing Mark's signature on the puck. I asked Gordie if he ever brought Mark to Floral, Saskatchewan and he guiltily confessed to rarely getting back there himself.
This is an official (fighter issue) Pride FC MMA 'white bolt' glove. These gloves are extremely rare.
Obtained at a public autograph signing at AJ Sportsworld in Toronto, Canada (Oct. 2012). After the NY Rangers won the Stanley Cup in 1994 Brian received a congratulatory phone call from President Bill Clinton. "Was that Dana Carvey?", asked Brian, jokingly, after Clinton hung up. (He incorrectly recalled Carvey portraying Clinton on Saturday Night Live; in fact, it was the late Phil Hartman who portrayed Clinton.) Hence the inscription on the side of that ball.