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One of the most overlooked baseball memorabilia item for the team oriented collector is the pocket schedule. Most pocket schedules today are crammed with game information, filled with ads and promotions, and often include a photo of the team’s best player or MVP on the cover. Considering their “price” (usually free, considering the advertising), you can’t go wrong adding these to your collection.

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A Mendy’s Collecting Tip

Specific Event Baseball Memorabilia is one of most challenging to collect, but very satisfying when a hard to find item is located and acquired. Think about putting a ticket, program, and photo, along with a player’s autograph, of a special event (500th homerun, perfect game, no-hitter) either framed or displayed together, and you will have the jealousy of other collectors.

Tony Mendiola
Mendy’s Baseball Memorabilia

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Overlooked Baseball Memorabilia Item – Media Guides

Another great item to add to your team memorabilia collection is the team’s yearly media guide. These books are often covered with memorabilia player photos and crammed with team information and player information. For most teams, the Media Guides have replaced the Yearbook as the annual team information compilation.

Tony Mendiola
Mendys Baseball Memorabilia

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Overlooked Baseball Memorabilia Item – Pocket Schedules

One of the most overlooked baseball memorabilia item for the team oriented collector is the pocket schedule. Most pocket schedules today are crammed with game information, filled with ads and promotions, and often include a photo of the team’s best player or MVP on the cover. Considering their “price” (usually free, considering the advertising), you can’t go wrong adding these to your collection.

Tony Mendiola
Mendy’s Baseball Memorabilia

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