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So much randomness to report this week! Autographs go wild, Sumo wrestlers show off their skills, Jurors getting signatures after a trial and more!
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Jack & Jack Support Madison Beer at Her Autograph Signing in NYC
Madison Beer cozies up to boyfriend Jack Gilinsky during her meet and greet inside Dylan’s Candy Bar at Union Square on Tuesday night (march 8) in New York City.
Video: The Art of the Autograph
A highlight of any trip to a spring-training ballpark is the opportunity to snag an autograph from a big league player.And for those hoping to add new autographs to their memorabilia shelf this spring, players say the difference between leaving the park with a prized signature or a blank baseball can be as simple as this:
Autograph Mania at Texas Rangers Spring Training!
For some, autographs are big business. But for most fans, it’s the excitement of being close to a big leaguer and getting a tangible lifelong memory.If it’s autographs you seek, Spring Training is the place to be.
Cambuslang autograph hunter bags his 500th signature and it’s all thanks to the Reformer
A Cambuslang autograph hunter bagged his 500th celebrity scribble last week – and it was all thanks to the Reformer.Two weeks ago, we reported that Ewan Allan, 14, was looking to do something special when he completed his journey.So we arranged for the Still Game fan to meet actress Jane McCarry, who plays gossip Isa in the hit show, at Rutherglen Town Hall.
Champion sumo wrestler show off his amazingly efficient autograph production line
As a sumo wrestler, it takes speed and precision to succeed in the ring, and to keep your fans supplied with autographs.When sumo wrestlers want to give a memento to their supporters, they don’t just sign an autograph placard, like regular Japanese celebrities. To drive home just how massive these athletes are, a sumo wrestler’s autograph is usually accompanied by a tegata, or inked handprint.
The Latest: Jurors hug Andrews, get autograph after verdict
The Latest on Erin Andrews’ $75 million lawsuit against two hotel companies and a stalker who took nude photos of her and posted them online (all times local):5:55 p.m.Several jurors hugged Erin Andrews and at least one appeared to get an autograph after the panel awarded the sportscaster and TV show host $55 million over a nude video a stalker secretly recorded in a hotel and posted online.
Jim Harbaugh donates $10K autograph fee to ChadTough
Jim Harbaugh’s autograph signing last week at the M Den seemed unusual for a head coach. But apparently, there was a plan.Harbaugh, who signed for 200 people over 1 1/2 hours and took a few photos at the end, donated his $10,000 appearance fee directly to the ChadTough Foundation, according to a post on the foundation’s Facebook page.
SPECIAL REPORT: An autograph for the ages
They say you never know what’s going to walk through the doors of a pawn shop and by their own admission, the owners of one local shop have pretty much seen it all.But even Nick Fulton, co-owner of USA Pawn, couldn’t believe what was in a box of stuff a man brought in towards the end of 2015. Fulton says the man got a $10 loan, but never came back for the box.
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Hulk Hogan autograph session interrupted by sinking floor
Hulk Hogan has taken his lumps over the years, but the past decade has been particularly turbulent.There’s been a costly divorce, a racist rant that led to his exile from the WWE and, of course, a sex tape that sits at the center of litigation that’s spanned almost four years.On Saturday, even a simple autograph session that drew some of his most passionate fans nearly turned catastrophic.
For Eugene man, the autographs just keep coming….
When you have more than 4,000 of something, each and every one unique, it’s difficult to choose a favorite.But a couple of weeks ago, Randy Morrow was reminded of his “all-time favorite autograph” and posted it on Facebook.“To Randy/My best to you always/Jesse Owens ’36 Olympics,” reads the black penmanship, printed beneath a photograph of the legendary track star taking the baton on the final leg of the 4×100-meter relay, on his way to his fourth gold medal, at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin.“His victory was bigger than winning a gold medal,” Morrow, a 55-year-old freelance graphic designer and sports artist in Eugene, says of Owens.“It was a victory for his race,” says Morrow, whose wife, Denise Thomas-Morrow, a Eugene fitness trainer, is African-American.
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