Red Sox Memorabilia

I love the Red Sox. I have a giant "K" I got signed at Game 5 of the (ulp) 1986 World Series by Luis Tiant and Dick (the Monster) Raddatz. I also have a signed ticket stub from that same game by starting pitcher Bruce Hurst.

My son's two most prized possessions are a hat signed by New England Patriot Troy Brown and a signed baseball by non other than Cal Ripken which he got at Cal's final game at Fenway Park.

My kid now has the Baseball Memorabilia bug! He collects baseball cards and he loves getting signed baseballs from the Cape Cod League players when we go to the Wareham Gatemen games in summertime. He always says: "Hey dad, this guy could be a future All Star!"

So now when I want to get my son a gift, I like to get him some quality memorabilia. He'd rather have that than just about anything (except maybe a deep sea fishing trip).

I came across a great site called MLBFANSITE.COM that carries all sorts of signed baseballs, cards, bats-you name it, they've got it.

They even have gift certificates so the discerning baseball fan can pick and choose whatever they want.

If you have a young or old baseball fan that you want to find a gift for, this is a great site to shop at. They've got tons of stuff from every Major League team. Of course I'm partial to Red Sox memorabilia, but whatever team you root for, MLBFANSITE.COM is sure to please!




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