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Old 06-02-2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default Bud Selig & Donald Fehr

I was thinking of sending my 1994 World Series Baseball to Bud Selig & Donald Fehr to see if they would sign it.

I know the ball is worthless as a collectible but I would hate to lose it since my Dad gave it to me and it was a big deal to him.

Anyone think they actually might sign it and who should I send it to first? Should I tell them I plan to send it to the other one?

I think it would be great to have the ball signed by the two forces in charge at the time of the strike. If they signed I have thought of sending it Roger Goodell.

Anyone have any odd pairings? I was also thinking about Nolan Ryan / Robin Ventura but I don't know if Ventura would sign.
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Old 06-02-2011, 11:04 AM   #2
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First rule of TTM is NEVER send anything you definitely want to see again. Even if a person is known to have signed 100% of the items they receive, stuff can happen.

With that said, I've seen returns recently for Selig on items such as a 2011 Topps Heritage Dodgers team card, so he probably would be likely to sign something like that.

I have no knowledge of Fehr.
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