Welcome to Mark`s Signing Bonus! Circa 1992.

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The following are my autograph successes by category.

My Current National & American League Signings
Retired Baseball Players A-I
Retired Baseball Players J-M
Retired Baseball Players N-Z
Minor League Players

Racing Drivers Autographs

Football Players A-I
Football Players J-M
Football Players N-Z

WFL, XFL, USFL, CFL & World League Players

My Trips To Cooperstown

Team Addresses & 2017 Spring Training Addresses

Olympic Athletes, Coaches, Boxing, Etc....
Women of the AAGPBL
NBA, WNBA, ABA & College Basketball Players

Golf Successes
Hockey Successes
Major League Umpires
My Favorite Links
My Negro League Successes

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The only addresses that Angelfire will allow me to post are:
1) Team Addresses & HOF's.
2) University Addresses
3) Managenment Groups that athletes use to SELL their autographs. However if you have questions, feel free to email me.

Robbie Eggers (Forward played for the Indiana Hoosiers from 1994-98 and signed in 16 days)

Corey Dickerson (Tampa Bay Rays outfielder signed in 6 months from the team address)

Robin Ventura (Member of the U.S. gold medal winning Olympic team in 1988, was a three-time All-American at Oklahoma State University. He played 16 seasons in the majors and signed in 34 days via Smallings Address List)

Brad Dusek (Linebacker played eight years with the Washington Redskins from 1974-81. He signed in 1 year using Collins NFL Address List)

Kenshin Kawakami (He pitched in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Chunichi Dragons (1998–08 & 2012–14) and in Major Leagues for the Atlanta Braves (2009-10). He signed in 20 days)

Jon Carter (Defensive end played for the Raleigh–Durham Skyhawks and Frankfurt Galaxy of the WLAF. He also played for the 1989 Dallas Cowboys and signed in 9 days using Collins NFL Address List)

Van Chancellor (Won four WNBA titles as coach of the Houston Comets, coached the 2004 U.S. Olympic gold medal-winning women's team and spent 23 years as a SEC women's head coach with Ole Miss & LSU. He signed in 2 weeks)

Tommy Hottovy (Pitched briefly from 2011-12 for the Red Sox & Royals. He spent 10 seasons in the minors and signed in 9 months)

Jeff Newton (Former IU forward competed in for nine seasons in Japan, most recently playing for the Ryukyu Golden Kings. Now retired he signed in 10 days)

Sonja Henning (Guard played in the former ABL for the San Jose Lasers and would join the WNBA while competing for the Houston Comets & Seattle Storm. She signed in 18 days)

Mery Andrade (Forward had a playing career that spanned over 10 seasons in both the WNBA and Italy. She's currently an assistant coach at the University of San Diego and signed in 24 days from the school address)

Monica Maxwell (Forward played for the Washington Mystics & Indiana Fever from 1999-02. She signed in 2 weeks)

Gordy Foust (Retired drag racer competed in Super Stock and AMC Pro Stock levels. He signed in 6 weeks)

Greg Futch (FSU offensive tackle competed from 1977-80 and was nice enough to sign in 5 weeks)

Myron Jones (Running back was a member of the 1991 Orlando Thunder in the WLAF. He signed in 38 days)

Tucker Barnhart (Cincinnati Reds catcher signed from spring training)

Gibson Alba (St. Louis Cardinals pitcher competed in 1988 and signed in 13 days)

Brendan Donnelly (Pitched from 2002-10 and most of his career came with the Anaheim Angels. He signed in 4 years)

Lee Evans (Buffalo Bills wide receiver played from 2004-11 and signed in 35 days)

Dana Brison (Wide receiver competed in the WLAF with the London Monarchs and one season with the San Diego Chargers in 1989. He signed in 33 days)

Cole Whitt (NASCAR driver competes for TriStar Motorsports and signed in 4 months from the team address)

Richie Frahm (Shooting guard played from 2003-08 for several teams including the Seattle SuperSonics & Houston Rockets. This former Gonzaga star signed in 9 days)

Rebecca Lobo (Played in the WNBA for the New York Liberty and was a member of the 1996 gold medal winning Olympic team. She signed in 2 weeks from information on Sports Collectors Net)

Natalie Williams (Forward competed in the WNBA from 1996-05 with Portland, Utah & Indiana. She signed in 9 days)

Jedd Gyorko (St. Louis Cardinals infielder signed in 5 months from the team address)

Tony Brown (Forward played his college ball at Arkansas from 1979-82 and competed for seven NBA seasons. This former head coach of the Brooklyn Nets signed in 9 weeks)

Cass Bauer (Center played in the former ABL and she became the ABL's all-time free throw percentage leader. She also competed in the WNBA for the Charlotte Sting, Washington Mystics & the Sacramento Monarchs. The turn around time was 16 days)

Gerry Kent (LSU defensive back played from 1966-68 and signed in 25 days)

Ted Ford (Rightfielder played from 1970-73 for the Indians & Rangers. He signed for free in 2 weeks)

Ken Hodge (Competed on the ice from 1964-78 for the Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks and New York Rangers. He signed in 17 days from information on Sports Collectors Net)

Dominique Canty (Guard played for the Detroit Shock, Houston Comets, Chicago Sky & Washington Mystics. She signed in 15 days)

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Malcolm King (Georgia Tech running back competed from 1984-87 and scored the winning touchdown in the 1986 All-American Bowl. He signed in 22 days)

James Henry (WLAF cornerback competed for the Birmingham Fire from 1991-92. He signed in 14 days)

Wiley Barnes (Alabama Crimson Tide offensive tackle/center played from 1978-79 and signed in 25 days)

Murriel Page (Played 11 seasons in the WNBA, including stints with the Los Angeles Sparks & Phoenix Mercury. She's currently an assistant coach at Central Michigan and signed in 13 days from the school address)

Linda Burgess (Forward played in the WNBA with the Los Angeles Sparks & Sacramento Monarchs from 1997-00. She signed in 2 weeks)

Steve Gibralter (Cincinnati Reds outfielder played from 1995-96 and signed in 53 weeks)

Greg Coauette (Safety competed for the Sacramento Surge in the former WLAF and was nice enough to sign in 18 days)

Tricia Bader Binford (Current head coach of the Montana State women’s basketball program competed in the WNBA with the Utah Starzz from 1998-99 and with the Cleveland Rockers from 1999-02. She signed 8 days c/o Montana State University)

Andrea Lloyd Curry (Played in the American Basketball League with the Columbus Quest from 1996-98 and in WNBA with the Minnesota Lynx in 1999-00. She also was a member of the 1988 gold medal-winning USA Olympic Team and signed in 8 days)

Chris Snopek (Infielder played for the Chicago White Sox & Boston Red Sox from 1995-98 and signed in 53 weeks)

Heather Quella (Center competed for the Sacramento Monarchs of the WNBA and signed in 8 days)

Robbie Ray (All-Star pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks signed from spring training)

Brian Anderson (Pitched from 1993-05 for several teams including the Angels, Diamondbacks & Indians. He signed in 22 months)

Randy Rockwell (Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker played from 1984-87 and signed in 28 days)

Carl Painter (Detroit Lions running back competed from 1988-89 and later joined the Orlando Thunder of the WLAF. He would lead the league in kickoff returns during the 1991 season. He signed in 10 days)

Jack Bicknell (Served as the head football coach at the University of Maine from 1976-80 and Boston College from 1981-88. He also led the Barcelona Dragons in the former WLAF. He signed in 13 days)

Wes Pritchett (Notre Dame linebacker played for the Atlanta Falcons in 1991 and spent 1995 with the Frankfurt Galaxy of the World League and was part of a World Bowl championship. He signed in 15 days from information on Sports Collectors Net)

Pat McGuirk (Defensive back was a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks & Frankfurt Galaxy. He signed in 1 week)

Kevin Jones (Wide receiver played for the Detroit Lions & Chicago Bears from 2004-08. He signed in 42 days from work)

Jay Nichols (Former All-ACC and honorable mention All-American golfer at Georgia Tech in 1987. He signed in 1 month)

Rob Manfred (10th commissioner of baseball signed in 12 days from the league office)

Aramis Garcia (Catcher played for the Richmond Flying Squirrels in the Giants minor league system. He signed in 4 months)

Yonder Alonso (Seattle Mariner first baseman signed in 5.5 months from the team address)

Verdell Jones (Point guard competed for the Indiana Hoosiers from 2008-12 and signed in 16 days)

My Past Successes

Terry Glenn

Forgotten Facts

Terry Glenn caught Tom Brady’s first NFL touchdown pass.


Terry Glenn was a first-team All-American for the Ohio State Buckeyes in 1995 and won the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top wide receiver. How many receiving yards did Mr. Glenn have in his senior season?

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