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Another awesome day at the local Goodwill...

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jasonluckydog    5,027

This is not the most expensive item I found but still pretty cool, will look good with my other autographed jerseys

authentic All-Star jersey signed by Mike Hampton not bad for $3.99

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found a couple of pair of Levis, 2 dvds 1 was new Walk the Line (I love that movie) and Jeff Dunham dvd for the kids and a new looking pair of AirWalks slip on all for $25.:seeya:

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4Corners    2,039

This is really cool.

But, ya know, it doesn't have a certificate of authenticity.

I have a friend who knows all about this sort of thing, so if you don't mind, I'd like to call him and have him come down here and check it out?

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jasonluckydog    5,027

did that come with a certificate of authenticity?

No it was sitting in the clothes rack

I'm pretty good at spotting fakes and I can say for 100% sure it's his auto, If I was to sell it I would get is PSA/DNA certified but I will hold onto it.

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Doc Holiday    2,114
Who's Mike Hampton?
He played for the Colorado Rockys and was a All-Star in 2001

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jasonluckydog    5,027

Who's Mike Hampton?

2-time All-Star (1999, 2001)

2000 NLCS MVP

Led NL in winning percentage (.8462, 1999)

Became the first pitcher ever to win the Gold Glove Award and Silver Slugger awards in the same season (2003). The Gold Glove also snapped then-Atlanta teammate Greg Maddux's streak of 13 consecutive Gold Gloves. Hampton was the only National League pitcher other than Maddux to win a Gold Glove during Maddux's career from 1989 and onward.

Hampton holds the record for most Silver Slugger awards for a pitcher, with five.

signed a 121 million dollar contract

Played for the Braves. wiki

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Bronn    4,391

^ was the kid sitting in right field playing in the grass and eating dirt

pfft... I was pitcher, short stop, third base, l-r-c-field throughout my young career...

But then I realized baseball sucked and was boring as hell, and decided to go inside and play video games...

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