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John Montefusco – 1 FREE Autograph to the first 200 paid customers on Friday

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Friday, September 22, 2017
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Named the National League Rookie of the Year in 1975, Montefusco’s nickname was “The Count”, a pun on his last name which sounds like Monte Cristo. In his 13-year career, his record was 90-83, with 1,081 strikeouts, and a 3.54 ERA. He was a National League All-Star in 1976, winning a career high 16 games that year.
Before a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 4, 1975, Montefusco guaranteed he would win the game. He proceeded to throw a shutout as the Giants defeated the Dodgers 1–0.
On September 29, 1976, Montefusco threw a no-hitter for the Giants in a 9-0 victory versus the Atlanta Braves. It was the last no-hitter to be thrown by a Giant until Jonathan Sanchez threw one on July 10, 2009.  He also is one of only a handful of pitchers to hit a home run in his first at bat (September 3, 1974).
Montefusco is one of two players to hit a home run in his first at bat and win the Rookie of the Year Award. The other is Wally Moon.
Teams
  • San Francisco Giants (1974-1980)
  • Atlanta Braves (1981)
  • San Diego Padres (1982–1983)
  • New York Yankees (1983–1986)
Career highlights and awards
  • All-Star (1976)
  • NL Rookie of the Year (1975)
  • Pitched a no-hitter September 29, 197

Tickets

Autograph$10.00
Inscription$5.00

Joe Pepitone

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Friday, September 22, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

In 1958, Pepitone was signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent. After playing four seasons in the minor leagues, he broke in with the Yankees in 1962, playing behind Moose Skowron at first base.  Yankee management traded Skowron to the Dodgers before the 1963 season.  Pepitone responded, hitting .271 with 27 HR and 89 RBI.  He went on to win three Gold Gloves.  The ever-popular Pepitone remained a fixture throughout the decade, even playing center field after bad knees reduced Mickey Mantle’s mobility.

After the 1969 season, despite having won his third Gold Glove Award, Pepitone was traded to the Astros for Curt Blefary.  He played only about half the 1970 season before being traded to the Cubs. In Chicago, Pepitone replaced Ernie Banks at first base. He stayed with the Cubs through the 1971 and 1972 seasons, and was traded to the Atlanta Braves in May 1973.
Teams
  • New York Yankees (1962-1969)
  • Houston Astros (1970)
  • Chicago Cubs (1970–1973)
  • Atlanta Braves (1973)
Career highlights and awards
  • 3× All-Star (1963–1965)
  • 3× Gold Glove Award (1965, 1966, 1969)

Tickets

Autograph$15.00Includes 1 free inscription

Matt McGloin

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Friday, September 22, 2017
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Matthew James McGloin (born December 2, 1989) is an American football quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). He was the starting quarterback for the Penn State Nittany Lions football team from 2010 to 2012. He is the first walk-on quarterback to start at Penn State since scholarships were reinstated in 1949. Prior to his college career, McGloin was a Pennsylvania all-state quarterback while attending West Scranton High School.

  • Oakland Raiders (2013-2016)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2017 – present)

Tickets

Autograph$25.00Includes 1 free inscription
Photo Op$20.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$40.00

Blair Thomas

23 Sep 1989: Running back Blair Thomas of the Penn State Nittany Lions runs down the field during a game against the Boston College Eagles at Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania. Penn State won the game 7-3.
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thomas was an all-state football player at Frankford High School in Philadelphia. In three seasons at Frankford, he rushed for 3,941 yards and tied a Public League career record with 59 touchdowns. Thomas accepted a football scholarship from Penn State University. He was a backup on the 1986 National Championship team, tallying 504 yards on 60 carries and 5 touchdowns.He finished second on the Nittany Lions’ all-time rushing list with 3,301 yards and 21 touchdowns, just 97 yards shy of the Penn State record set by Curt Warner.
Career history
As player:
  • New York Jets (1990–1993)
  • New England Patriots (1994)
  • Dallas Cowboys (1994)
  • Atlanta Falcons (1995)
  • Carolina Panthers (1995)
Career highlights and awards
  • Second-team All-American (1989)
  • Holiday Bowl MVP (1989)
  • Senior Bowl MVP (1990)
  • Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame (2011)

Tickets

Autograph$15.00Includes 1 free inscription (3 words max)

Ron Jaworski

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Jaworski was born and raised in Lackawanna, New York. A three-sport star in high school, he turned down a professional baseball offer from the St. Louis Cardinals to attend college at Youngstown State University. Nicknamed “Rifle Ron”, and the “POLISH Rifle”. Drafted in the second round of the 1973 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams, In the spring of 1977, Jaworski was traded by the Rams to the Philadelphia Eagles .
The Eagles made the playoffs in 1978 and 1979, but lost in the early rounds. Slowly, Vermeil built the Eagles into a Super Bowl team, and Jaworski was its leader on offense. In 1980, the Eagles started out 11-1 in the regular season, including defeating the eventual Super Bowl champions Oakland Raiders, and won the NFC Eastern Division for the first time.  Jaworski was named the UPI “NFL Player of the Year”, and also in that same year he received the Bert Bell Award, The Maxwell Football Club’s Professional Player of the Year award, and the Professional Athlete of the Year.  Jaworski led the Eagles past the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Round of the playoffs (31-16), and then defeated the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Championship Game (20-7) to reach the franchise’s first Super Bowl.  Tom Landry’s Cowboys had previously dominated the Eagles, a divisional rival, since the formation of the National Football Conference in 1970.
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1977-1986)
  • Pro Bowl (1980)
  • Bert Bell Award (1980)
  • NFC Player of the Year (1980)

Tickets

Autograph$49.00
Photo Op$49.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$90.00
Inscription$20.00

Bill Bergey

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
William Earl Bergey (born February 9, 1945) is a former American collegiate and professional football player. He played collegiately for Arkansas State University and for the American Football League’s Cincinnati Bengals and the National Football League’s Philadelphia Eagles.
Bergey played a key role in the Eagles’ subsequent rise, culminating in the trip to Super Bowl XV. With the Eagles, Bergey, a four-time All-Pro, set the NFL record for most interceptions by a linebacker and became the highest-paid defensive player in the league with a four-year contract for $1 million. He earned Eagles MVP status three times.  Bergey recorded 233 tackles in a single season with the Eagles. He was a popular player who was the foundation of the “Gang Green” defense that brought the Eagles back to the playoffs in 1978, 1979, and to the Super Bowl in 1980.  He retired from professional football in 1981 and was inducted into the Eagles Roll of Honor in 1988.
Career history
  • Cincinnati Bengals (1969 – 1973)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1974 – 1980)
Career highlights and awards
  • AFL All-Star (1969)
  • 4× Pro Bowl (1975, 1977, 1978, 1979)
  • 2× AP First-team All-Pro (1974, 1975)
  • 3× AP Second-team All-Pro (1976, 1977, 1978)
  • Eagles Hall of Fame
  • Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame

 

Highlight Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9yXTQkPZzw

Tickets

Autograph$20.00Includes 1 free inscription (3 words max)
Photo Op$20.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$35.00
1980 Linebackers Triple Ticket$50.00Includes autographs for Bergey, Bunting and LeMaster

John Bunting

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
John Stephen Bunting (born July 15, 1950) is a former head American football coach at the University of North Carolina as well as a former National Football League (NFL) player.
He had an eleven-year NFL career as a linebacker with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1972 to 1982, and he played in Philadelphia’s Super Bowl XV game against the Oakland Raiders.  Bunting then played for the Philadelphia Stars of the United States Football League from 1983 to 1984.  After retiring as an NFL player, Bunting moved into the coaching ranks. He has served as an assistant coach for three NFL teams: Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams, and the New Orleans Saints. As the Rams’ co-defensive coordinator (along with Peter Giunta), he played a key role in leading that team to their victory in Super Bowl XXXIV.

Tickets

Autograph$20.00Includes 1 free inscription (3 words max)
Photo Op$20.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$35.00
1980 Linebackers Triple Ticket$50.00Includes autographs for Bergey, Bunting and LeMaster

Frank LeMaster

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Frank Preston LeMaster (born March 12, 1952 in Lexington, Kentucky) is a former professional American Football linebacker in the National Football League who played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1974 through 1982.  At 6’1″, 195-lb., LeMaster was drafted by the Eagles from the University of Kentucky in the fourth round of the 1974 NFL Draft. He was selected to his one and only Pro Bowl in 1981.
Career history
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1974-1982)
Career highlights and awards
  • 1× Pro Bowl selection (1981)
  • Inducted into KY Pro Football HOF (2007)

Tickets

Autograph$20.00Includes free inscription (3 words max)
Photo Op$20.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$35.00
1980 Linebackers Triple Ticket$50.00Includes autographs for Bergey, Bunting & LeMaster

Herman “Herm” Edwards – RARE Appearance

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Herman “Herm” Edwards Jr. (born April 27, 1954) In the NFL, Edwards played nine seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1977 to 1985, making a championship appearance with the team in Super Bowl XV. His 33 career interceptions is one short of the franchise record. He never missed a game in his nine seasons with the Eagles, remaining active with the team for 135 consecutive regular season games until being cut by then-incoming head coach Buddy Ryan in 1986.
The highlight of Edwards’ playing career occurred on November 19, 1978, in the final seconds of a game against the New York Giants at the Meadowlands. The Giants led 17-12 and the Eagles had no time-outs remaining; but instead of simply taking the snap from center and taking a knee, Giants quarterback Joe Pisarcik attempted to hand the ball off to running back Larry Csonka. However, the ball came loose, and Edwards picked it up and returned it for a touchdown, enabling the Eagles to win 19-17. This play became known in Philadelphia as “The Miracle at the Meadowlands” and in New York as simply “The Fumble.”
Philadelphia’s implementation of the victory formation, which was designed as a result of “The Miracle at the Meadowlands”, was known as the “Herman Edwards play.”  Before being hired as the 10th head coach in Kansas City Chiefs history, Edwards was the head coach of the New York Jets from 2001 to 2005. He is known for his gameday terminology, dubbed “Hermisms” by fans. Of these, the quote and sound bite, “You play to win the game!”, a message that Edwards gave during a New York Jets press conference, became the title of his book, a collection of “leadership lessons” for the reader to use as personal motivation.
As player:
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1977–1985)
  • Atlanta Falcons (1986)
  • Los Angeles Rams (1986)
As coach:
  • New York Jets (2001–2005)
    (head coach)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (2006–2008)
    (head coach)

Tickets

Autograph$39.00
Photo Op$39.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$69.00
Inscriptions$15.00"Miracle at The Meadowlands"

Bill Bradley

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Free Safety, 1969-76 Eagles Hall of Fame Inductee: 1993 Bradley played 8 years (1969-76) with the Eagles as a defensive back, punter, and returner. A three-time Pro Bowler, he is tied for the team’s all-time lead in interceptions (34) and became the first player in NFL history to lead the league in that category in consecutive seasons (1971 & 1972). A 3rd round draft choice from Texas in 1969, he also handled the punting duties for six of his eight years with the Eagles. He was born January 24, 1947 in Palestine, TX.

  • Philadelphia Eagles (1969-1976)
  • Minnesota Vikings (1977)
  • St. Louis Cardinals (1977)
  • 3× Pro Bowl (1971-1973)
  • 2× First team All-Pro (1971, 1972)
  • Eagles Hall of Fame inductee (1993)
  • 2× Grey Cup champion (1996,1997)

Tickets

Autograph$25.00Includes 1 free inscription
Photo Op$25.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$40.00Includes 1 free inscription

Roy Halladay

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Harry Leroy Halladay III  (born May 14, 1977), nicknamed “Doc”, is an American former professional baseball player who pitched in Major League Baseball for the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies between 1998 and 2013. His nickname, coined by Toronto Blue Jays announcer Tom Creek, is a reference to Wild West gunslinger “Doc” Holliday . On May 29, 2010, Halladay pitched the 20th perfect game in MLB history, beating the Florida Marlins by a score of 1–0.  On October 6, 2010, in his first post-season start, Halladay threw the second no-hitter in MLB postseason history (Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series being the first) against the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 of the 2010 NLDS.  It was his second no-hitter of the year (following the May 29 perfect game), making Halladay the fifth pitcher in major league history (and the first since Nolan Ryan in 1973) to throw multiple no-hitters in the same season. During the 2012 season, he became the 67th pitcher to record 2,000 strikeouts. Halladay is also one of only six pitchers in MLB history to win the Cy Young Award in both the American and National Leagues.
Career highlights and awards
  • 8× All-Star (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008-2011)
  • 2× Cy Young Award (2003, 2010)
  • 2× MLB wins leader (2003, 2010)
  • Pitched a perfect game on May 29, 2010
  • Pitched a postseason no-hitter on October 6, 2010

 

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Tickets

Autograph$99.00Flat, Ball
Premium Autograph$109.00Bat, Jersey, Equipment, Photo over 16 x 20
Photo Op$99.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$189.00Flat, Ball
Combo Premium Autograph and Photo Op$199.00Bat, Jersey, Equipment, Photo over 16 x 20
Inscription$40.00

Pat Gillick

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Lawrence Patrick David Gillick (born August 22, 1937) is an American professional baseball executive. He previously served as the general manager of four MLB teams: the Toronto Blue Jays (1978–94), Baltimore Orioles (1996–98), Seattle Mariners (2000–03), and Philadelphia Phillies (2006–08). He guided the Blue Jays to World Series championships in 1992 and 1993, and later with the Phillies in 2008.
On November 2, 2005, Gillick was named the Philadelphia Phillies’ general manager, after which his first big move was to trade Jim Thome and cash to the Chicago White Sox for Aaron Rowand along with prospects Gio Gonzalez and Daniel Haigwood, being a move which cleared the way for Phillies’ Rookie of the Year Ryan Howard to become the permanent starter.  Howard would be named NL MVP that year.
Gillick retired from his position as general manager after leading the Phillies to a World Series championship in 2008. Assistant general manager Ruben Amaro, Jr. was named his successor. Gillick remained in the organization as a senior advisor to Amaro and Phillies president David Montgomery.  In August 2014, Gillick became interim president of the Phillies while Montgomery was on medical leave.  In January 2015, Montgomery returned but became Phillies chairman, while Gillick assumed the club presidency on a permanent basis.  Gillick returned to his senior advisor role after the Phillies promoted Andy MacPhail to President, who first joined the Phillies organization as a special assistant to Gillick during the 2015 season.

Tickets

Autograph$45.00includes 1 free inscription
Photo Op$45.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$80.00

JC Romero

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: TBD
On June 23, 2007, Romero signed with the Philadelphia Phillies. During that season, Romero’s ERA  fell to just over 1.00. Romero improved a weak Phillies’ bullpen plagued by inconsistency and injuries, which posted a 3.17 ERA in the final stretch of September. He also played a crucial role in the Phillies’ triumph on the last day of the season, when in a 6–1 victory over the Nationals that capped the team’s comeback against the New York Mets, Romero pitched one inning and struck out the side. Romero was named the Phillies’ top reliever for the post-season. On November 10, 2007, Romero agreed to a multi-year deal to remain with the Phillies.  On October 29, 2008, Romero was the winning pitcher in Game 5 of the World Series, which clinched the first major championship in the city of Philadelphia in 25 years.  Along with his win in Game 3, he became the first Puerto Rican  pitcher to win two games in one World Series.
His club option for 2011 was declined by the Phillies after the 2010 season, but he agreed to return to the team by signing a one-year contract.
  • World Series champion (2008)

Tickets

Autograph$35.00
Photo Op$35.00
Combo Autograph and Photo Op$65.00
Inscription$10.00

Art Mahaffey

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Sunday, September 24, 2017
Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Arthur Mahaffey, Jr. (born June 4, 1938 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1960–65) and St. Louis Cardinals (1966). He batted and threw right-handed. In a seven-season career, Mahaffey posted a 59–64 record with 639 strikeouts and a 4.17 ERA in 999.0 innings pitched.  He set a club record with 17 strikeouts in a game against the Chicago Cubs on April 23, 1961 and was selected to represent the Phillies on the National League All-Star team in the 61′ and 62′ seasons.  His final major league game was on  July 17, 1966.

  • Philadelphia Phillies (1960-1965)
  • 3× All-Star (1961, 1962)

Tickets

Autograph$15.00Includes 1 free inscription

Bobby Wine

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Sunday, September 24, 2017
Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Robert Paul Wine Sr. (born September 17, 1938) is a former short stop, coach and manager in Major League Baseball.  Wine spent 12 seasons in the National League and was with the with the Philadelphia Phillies (1960; 1962–68) as a player. Wine became a coach almost immediately after his playing days ended.  He worked with the Phillies from July 1972 through the 1983 season — an era in which the Phillies rebounded from cellar-dwellers to National League East Division champions from 1976 through 1978, National League champions in 1980 and 1983 and 1980 World Series champions.
  • Philadelphia Phillies (1960, 1962-1968)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (1972 – 1983) *** as a coach ***
  • World Series champion (1980)
  • Gold Glove Award (1963)

Tickets

Autograph$15.00Includes 1 free inscription

Bobby Shantz – FREE to first 100 paid customers on Sunday

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Sunday, September 24, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Robert Clayton Shantz (born September 26, 1925) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1949–1954), Kansas City Athletics (1955–1956), New York Yankees (1957–1960), Pittsburgh Pirates (1961), Houston Colt .45’s (1962), St. Louis Cardinals (1962–1964), Chicago Cubs (1964), and the Philadelphia Phillies (1964).A highly skilled fielder, Shantz won eight consecutive Gold Glove Awards from 1957 to 1964 (American League, 1957–60; National League, 1961–64; in 1957 the award was rendered for both leagues). Shantz also was selected for the All-Star Game in 1951, 1952 and 1957.[1] In the fifth and final inning of the 1952 All Star Game, the left–handed Shantz exhibited his distinctive sidearm delivery and sharp curve and control and struck out three consecutive National League hitters: Whitey Lockman, Jackie Robinson and Stan Musial.

Philadelphia / Kansas City Athletics (1949–1956)
Philadelphia Phillies (1964)
  • 3× All-Star (1951, 1952, 1957)
  • World Series champion (1958)
  • AL MVP (1952)
  • 8× Gold Glove Award (1957–1964)
  • AL wins leader (1952)
  • MLB ERA leader (1957)
  • Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame

Tickets

Autograph$10.00
Inscription$5.00

Frank Thomas

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Sunday, September 24, 2017
Time: TBD

Frank Joseph Thomas (born June 11, 1929) is a former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a left fielder, first and third baseman.  He batted and threw right-handed.  Thomas  made three All-Star Games, and appeared on the cover of the July 28, 1958 issue of Sports Illustrated.  In 1962  Thomas led the expansion Mets with 34 HRs and 94 RBIs. His home run mark would last as a Mets’ team record until 1975, when Dave Kingman broke it. In a 16-season career, Thomas posted a .266 batting average with 286 home runs and 962 RBIs in 1766  games.

 

Teams

  • Pittsburgh Pirates (1951-1958)
  • Cincinnati Reds (1959)
  • Chicago Cubs (1960-1961)
  • Milwaukee Braves (1961)
  • New York Mets (1962-1964)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (1964-1965)
  • Houston Astros (1965)
  • Milwaukee Braves (1965)
  • Chicago Cubs (1966)

Career highlights and awards

  • 3× All-Star (1954, 1955, 1958)

Tickets

Autograph$20.00Includes 1 free inscription