Americans began playing baseball on informal teams, using local rules, in the early 1800s. By the 1860s, the sport, unrivaled in popularity, was being described as America's "national pastime."


In the mid 1980's people would make cabinet cards to display favorite family players and in the late 1860's Peck & Snyder printed the first trade card with a professional player on the front and and advertisement on the back. In the early 1920's Canada started printing the official baseball card, with a player on the front and their stats on the back.


It would be hard to count the number of cards made over the years but

More Sport Memorbilia is happy to say that we have collected


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Mickey Mantle - New York Yankees

Mickey Mantle was known as one of the greatest switch hitters of all time, and one of the best players in baseball history. This autotgraphed baseball is a treasure in any collection.          


We also have autographed baseballs from players of the Toronto Blue Jays...


Juan Guzman

John Olerud

Todd Stottlemyer, Pat Hentgen & Shawn Green 

Paul Molitor, John Olerud, Shawn Green, Pat Hentgen & Joe Carter

Woody Williams, Darren Hall, Ed Sprague & Paul Menhart 


John Olerud - Toronto Blue Jays

This autographed, framed photo of John Olerud,  gives you a glance at the well known, sweet swing he brought to baseball. 



Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees

Joe DiMaggio played his 13 year carreer with the New York Yankees and was best known for his 56 game hitting streak, a record that still stands today. This autographed photo would be a special piece for any Baseball Lover. 


Pat Borders - Toronto Blue Jays

Pat Borders, one of the few players in baseball history to win both a World Series Ring and a Olympic Gold Medal, this autographed photo is a valuable piece for any collector. 


Juan Guzman - Toronto Blue Jays

Juan Guzman played most of his career with the Toronto Blue Jays and was part of both the 1992 & 1993 World Series Championship Teams.


Joe Carter - Toronto Blue Jays 

Joe Carter was well known for his walk-off home run, to win the 1993 World Series for the Toronto Blue Jays. This autographed photo shows the strength and power that Joe brought to the game. 


Paul Molitor - Toronto Blue Jays

This autographed photo shows Paul Molitor lifting his MVP trophy, presented to him after the 1993 World Series win, as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. 


Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays

Dazzling, talented Roberto Alomar was arguably the premier second baseman of his era, earning a dozen consecutive All-Star selections  and 10 Golden Gloves. In 2011 Roberto was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, making this framed, autographed photo a great piece for any collector. 


Pete Rose Autographed Jersey #14