Originally Posted by Keyser Soze
You sign your name 3000 times and tell me it looks at the end like it did at the beginning. Part of the blame goes to the excessive print runs of autograph cards. It's easy to sit here and throw stones, but chances are that you'd do the same. And chances are that you'll also reply here and tell me that you wouldn't.
Look at Brett Lawrie, beautiful, artistic signature. Topps then requests he sign 5000 different cards and now this is what we're left with:
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Nothing left but a small seizure of a signature. It should really make you appreciate the Felix Hernandez, Julio Teheran, Jose Fernandez, and Mike Morse's of the baseball community, but don't hate on those that do the same thing you would do
I agree..a beautiful signature 5000 times is too much to ask for..doesn't need to be 1500-2000 autos of the same person in almost every product over 2-3 years..