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going to the Bills signing for sure since i live close by. You going to any of them, Roberto?
Broxton is my little brother's favorite player, and his birthday is next week. I was thinking about going to the signing this weekend and asking him to sign a birthday card to him. Is that something they'd do at these signings?
Shoe- They'll usually allow you an item of your choosing to get signed.I don't know if he'd write a huge message but he'd probably write something like "Happy Birthday, blah blah blah- Jonathan Broxton".Good luck, hope you get it.
@ Dodgers Baseball - Not sure yet. I hope so! :)@ Shoe - Yeah, you choose your own item.
I went to Broxtons signing last weekend in Pomona and asked him if he could sign Iron Man after his signature and he said he can't do personalizations...but it wouldn't hurt to ask i guess.
Yeah, the personalization is really what I was looking for. Roxanna's answer was what I was afraid of. It's a long time to wait to not get what you're looking for.
The dream: "Happy Birthday, Clark. Your brother's a pimp." Jonathan Broxton.
Casey Blake personalized an item for someone, so it's worth asking at least.http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_ydk3KOgwe9s/TAsbVwksmfI/AAAAAAAAAqc/55UkNu2Zb-c/s1600/013.JPG
@ KempKershaw - Oh man.... with a fake ball. That's going to fade really quick. I need to do a post about these things. I've done if before but I keep seeing fans getting useless items signed...
Roberto- I did chuckle when I saw it was a Macy's ball.
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