Welcome to Mark`s Signing Bonus! Circa 1992.
The best way to make the hobby fun is to make your collection unique.
- This site will be dedicated to a variety of sports with an emphasis towards baseball & football, including hockey, golf, basketball, boxing, olympics, coaching & racing successes. I should point out that your results can vary and of course I can't promise that any player I list will sign. My intent is to update anytime a new success is received. My goal is to provide information to collectors about those players that are willing to sign through the mail. This site is informational in nature and I will NEVER/EVER sell or trade these items. So don't ask.
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
XFL, USFL, CFL & World League Players
My Trips To Cooperstown
My Address Resources & Teams Addresses
Olympic Athletes, Coaches, Boxing, Etc....
Women of the AAGPBL
NBA, ABA & College Basketball Players
Major League Umpires
My Favorite Links
My Negro League Successes
days until the Major League Baseball season opener.
days until the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
The only addresses that Angelfire will allow me to post are:
1)Team Addresses & HOF's.
3)Managenment Groups that athletes use to SELL their autographs. However if you have questions, feel free to email me.
It's time to order the 2016 Collins List NFL Address List. It began mailing the first week of January. This is the most accurate and cheapest list available!
Collins NFL Address List
I've been trying to locate Mr. Harris for several years, if anyone can share information concerning his address I would be most appreciative. I believe that in 2012 he may have lived in Berkeley, CA. Please email me if you have info. Thank You!
Ron Johnson (Baltimore Ravens wide receiver played from 2002-03 and signed from work in 1 month)
Don Porterfield (Running back played at Georgia from 1962-64 and was nice enough to sign in 15 days)
Paul McGowan (FSU linebacker competed from 1984-87 and is a former All-American. He also played for the Birmingham Fire of the World League during the 1991 & 92 seasons. He signed in 15 days per Sports Collectors Net)
Drew Storen (Former Washington Nats relief pitcher was recently traded to the Toronto Blue Jays. He signed from spring training in 2015)
Tyler Naquin (Outfielder played this past season for the Akron Rubber Ducks in the Indians minor league system. He signed in 9 months from the team address)
He passed away on February 8, 2016
Austin Meadows (Outfielder played this past season for the Bradenton Marauders in the Pirates minor league system. He signed in 9 months from the team address)
Roger Kaiser (A two-time All-American guard at Georgia Tech from 1958-61, he's currently the Athletic Director at Mt. Bethel Christian Academy in Marietta, Georgia. He signed in 2 months)
Donnie Gardner (Defensive played for the 1991 Miami Dolphins and for the San Antonio Riders of the former WLAF. He signed in 19 months)
Buddy Brown (Alabama Crimson Tide offensive tackle is a former All-American and played from 1971-73. He was a member of the 1973 national championship team, competed in the WFL for the Birmingham Americans & in the CFL for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The response time was 11 weeks)
Nat Dye (Georgia tackle played from 1956-58 and in the CFL for the Edmonton Eskimos & Saskatchewan Roughriders. The picture on the card isn't that of Mr. Dye but he was still nice enough to sign in 11 days)
Barry Barco (FSU kicker played from 1983-85 and signed in just under one year from home)
Wally Williamson (A three-year letterman from 1960-62 at Georgia, this former military pilot signed in 10 days)
Malcolm McCary (Auburn defensive tackle played from 1985-86 and signed in 33 days)
Nick Torres (First baseman played this past season for the Fort Wayne TinCaps in the Padres minor league system. He signed in 8 months from the team address)
Jack Rutledge (Alabama Crimson Tide guard played from 1959-61 and signed in 3 months from home)
Tim Callaway (Defensive guard played at Georgia from 1967-69 and signed in 1 week)
Steve Boswell (Georgia linebacker competed from 1983-86 and signed in 6 months per Sports Collectors Net)
James White (Former Wisconsin running back plays for the New England Patriots. He signed from the team address in 2 months)
Kendall Carter (Pitched at Arizona State from 1981-84 and during his freshman year had a record of 19-1. The 2016 season will mark his 26th year as a scout, these days he works for the New York Yankees and signed in 2 months)
Bert Jones (LSU quarterback was a former All-American and played from 1970-72 and later for the Colts from 1973-82. He signed in 28 days via Collins NFL Address List)
Tim Goad (UNC tackle played from 1984-87 and from 1988-96 with the New England Patriots. He signed in 22 days per Collins NFL Address List)
Kris Dielman (Former IU great and retired San Diego Chargers guard played from 2003-11. He was nice enough to sign in 8 days)
Blaine Gabbert (San Francisco 49ers quarterback signed in 17 weeks from the team address)
John McIntosh (Alabama Crimson Tide offensive guard competed from 1983-85 and signed in 17 days)
JR Murphy (Yankees catcher signed from spring training in 2015)
Bruce Benedict (Atlanta Braves catcher played from 1978-89 and signed in 13 days using Jack Smallings List)
Mitzi Kremer (Winner of a bronze medal at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games, she is a former NCAA champion & All-American while at Clemson. She signed in 28 days)
Cedric Ogbuehi (Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle was pulled from a pack of cards)
Jahwan Edwards (He is Ball State's all-time leader in career rushing yards with 4,558 yards and rushing touchdowns with 51. This free agent was pulled from a pack of cards)
Josh Hader (Pitched this past season for Corpus Christi in the Astros system. He signed in 7 months from the team address)
Tommie Agee (Auburn fullback played from 1983-86 and then for the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs & Dallas Cowboys from 1988-94. He signed in 26 days using Collins NFL Address List)
Joey Jones (Alabama Crimson Tide split end competed from 1980-83 and for the Atlanta Falcons in 1986 and from 1983–85 with the Birmingham Stallions of the USFL. He signed via Collins NFL Address List in 2 weeks)
Jim Milo (Georgia offensive guard played from 1976-78 and was nice enough to sign in 15 days)
Bill Fahey (Catcher played from 1971-83 for several teams including the Rangers & Padres. He signed from Jack Smallings List in 10 weeks)
Nick Hayden (Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle signed from the team address in 7 weeks)
Michael Williams (Running back played three seasons from 1983-87 for the Philadelphia Eagles & Atlanta Falcons. He signed in 2 weeks)
Bo Ryan (Retired Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball coach had a record of 364–130. He signed in 25 days)
Alex Verdugo (Outfielder played for the Great Lakes Loons in the Dodgers minor league system. He signed in 8 months from the team address)
Jeff Stone (Outfielder played from 1983-90 for the Phillies, Rangers & Red Sox. He signed in 3 years from home)
Jim Delany (Current commissioner of the Big Ten Conference played basketball for UNC from 1967-70. He was nice enough to sign from work in 12 days)
Aggi Hendriks (Former Jet Dragster driver was the first woman in history licensed in the jet category. She signed in 2 weeks from home)
Mike Fitzhugh (Auburn Tigers linebacker played from 1969-70 and signed in 23 days)
Mike Johnson (Played quarterback for the San Antonio Riders of the World League from 1991-92 and he went on to play for the British Columbia Lions & Shreveport Pirates in the Canadian Football League. He signed from work in 2 weeks)
Jerry Sain (UNC tackle competed from 1970-72 and earned All-American status. He signed from work in 16 days)
Freddy Weygand (Auburn wider receiver played from 1984 & from 1986-88. He signed via work in 2 weeks)
Darry Beckwith (Linebacker played for the Chargers & Saints from 2010-11 and signed in 13 days)
Miles Austin (Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver signed in 14 months, my letter was send during his time with the Cleveland Browns in 2014)
Don McCauley (Former North Carolina All-American running back played from 1968-70 and for the Baltimore Colts from 1971-81. He signed in 13 days per Collins NFL Address List)
Tim Drinkard (Transferred from Livingston State to Auburn for his final two seasons (1981-82), this former defensive back signed in 18 days)
Wayne Rhodes (Played for the Alabama Crimson Tide 1973 NCAA football championship team coached by Bear Bryant. He signed from work in 3 months)
Jay Jacobs (Offensive lineman played at Auburn from 1981-83 and is the current Director of Athletics for the Tigers. He signed from the school address in 19 days)
Scott Slater (Texas A&M placekicker competed from 1985-88 and signed in 3 months from work)
David Rollen (Texas A&M catcher played from 1990-91 and signed from work in 2 weeks)
Reggie Jackson hit 563 career home runs.
Did Reggie Jackson ever lead the American League in home runs?
If you have any suggestions or feedback please let me know.