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Jamie Moyer Success (Philadelphia Phillies)

Posted: Tue May 10, 2011 12:22 pm
by bjerome
Sent Jamie Moyer a LOR, SASE, and a 2010 Topps in Early April 2011 in care of the Philadelphia Phillies. Received my signed card on May 10, 2011. Beautiful success from the ageless wonder of baseball.

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Re: Jamie Moyer Success (Philadelphia Phillies)

Posted: Wed May 11, 2011 2:33 am
by admin
Hi bjerome :)

Thank you for your feedback {up} Great Success :P

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Re: Jamie Moyer Success (Philadelphia Phillies)

Posted: Thu May 12, 2011 2:30 pm
by phlyfan
You should get a ticket for the May 17 Celebrity Dinner at Citizens Bank Park and watch him sign your memorabilia in person, even get to shake his hand and talk with him 1:1. Real genuine guy, very down to earth. Doing great things for children in need with his charities. :D

Re: Jamie Moyer Success (Philadelphia Phillies)

Posted: Thu May 12, 2011 6:13 pm
by bjerome
If I lived a little closer to Philly I would be all over it. I live in North Dakota, so it is a bit of a trip out there. I do attend TwinsFest however, and the money made on autographs goes to charity. Got Joe Mauer and Kevin Slowey in the same booth. $25 covered both players autograph. Can't beat a deal like that. I also got Paul Molitor for $25. Joe Nathan and Erik Hacker for $15. Rollie Fingers, and Phil Niekro were there on behalf of the Fergie Jenkins Foundation. They were $20 each. Jenkins was there too, but I didn't get him. I spent $105 and got 3 Hall of Famers autographs in person, 1 future Hall of Famer, and a the Best Twins Closer Ever, and a couple of decent Twins players. I have yet to meet a Twins Player who was a jerk. Jack Morris has a different sense of humor, but was not by any means a jerk.