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Albert Pujols Game Used Worn and Autographed St. Louis Cardinals Items

Albert Pujols Autographed Golf Ball

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Albert Pujols Autographed Golf Ball
This RARE item is a Autographed GOLF BALL from 2009 MVP Albert Pujols. Ball is a Titleist with Albert Pujols name printed in red on it. Ball is also signed in black sharpie nicely. Ball was used at the Michael Jordan Golf Tournament in the Bahamas in 2009. NICE item from the 3 Time NL MVP. The seller stated " Pujols is a very tough signature in person but at the golf tourney he was a little more laid back but still personalized most of the stuff he got". Have you ever seen one of Albert's Golf Balls signed? Let me know if you have seen one since this is the only one that I have seen. This was authenticated by Steve Sipe at Global Authentification. Steve has over 24 years experience. No one in the modern hobby era has collected, witnessed, or authenticated more signatures of modern or vintage athletes than Steve. His career started in 1986 working for Reggie Jackson and two major league baseball rookies named Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire. Steve was in charge of managing the signings for Jose, Mark and Reggie as their popularity grew during the late 1980s and early 1990s. In 1992 Steve joined Upper Deck Authenticated as the Director of Athlete Relations where it was his job to witness all of the signings of the worlds most famous athletes including Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Ken Griffey Jr., Joe Montana, Mickey Mantle, Dan Marino, and Ted Williams just to name a few. Over his 9 years at Upper Deck Steve was responsible for the collection of all of the companies autographs and authenticating totaling well over 3 million autographs across all sports. Steve's latest assignment is VP of Business Development at GAI overseeing the fastest growing part of the business which is autograph authentication and verification working with a team of experts around the country and at shows.
Posted on September 25, 2018