Fanboy News! Digital Autographs? Baseball Cards More Popular Than Before? $1,049 for a Tom Brady Autograph? and More!

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Marilyn Monroe’s autograph goes under the hammer

On Thursday, March 26, California-based Nate D. Sanders Auctions will preside over the sale of a 1954 autograph by the 20th-century movie idol Marilyn Monroe.Los Angeles, 1954, a year after the release of the cult films “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” and “How to Marry a Millionaire,” Marilyn Monroe was driving out of the studio parking lot, when she had a chance encounter with a lucky fan, who asked her for her autograph and handed her his little black book.

Got $1,049 for a Tom Brady Autograph?

After 20 years with the New England Patriots, Tom Brady has found a new NFL home in Tampa after signing a two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. With teams like the Oakland Raiders opting to sign Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans re-upping Ryan Tannehill, the demand for a soon-to-be 43-year-old quarterback didn’t appear too overwhelming.

Ottawa man starts digital autograph trend with NASCAR drivers during COVID-19 pandemic

Professional motorsports are at a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic.In an online letter to fans, NASCAR said races are postponed through May 3, for everyone’s safety and well-being.“What is important now is bigger than the world of sports,” the letter reads.

Baseball Cards: More Popular Than Ever?

Baseball cards have remained popular over the years for sports collectors all over the world. The ability to collect sets, autographs, memorabilia cards, short printed cards, and more has continued to enamor collectors. Cards have always been a way for fans to feel closer to the game. Many grew up collecting cards, and a lot still collect or have their prized childhood collections tucked away.

Mia Khalifa Trolled for Punching a Fan who Took Selfie, Mia responded to Trolls –

Now a days selfies are the new autograph. No one ever asks their favorite celeb to sign an autograph for them, rather they want to have a selfie with them. But taking selfie without the consent of your favourite star may turn into something bad.The same happened with Mia Khalifa’s fan. He spotted Mia on the streets of Texas.

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  1. Fermin Alvarez March 30, 2020

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