Friday, February 8, 2013

Chicago Sun-Times Sports Collectibles Convention November 2013 Autograph Signings

Back for the 47th time, the Chicago Sun-Times Sports Collectibles Convention is one of the biggest sports memorabilia shows of the entire year. Every year, autograph collectors from all around the country set their eyes on this event as dozens of current and Hall of Fame baseball, football, basketball and hockey players line up to sign autographs.

The show is being presented by MM Shows LLC and scheduled to run from Friday November 22nd, through Sunday November 24, 2013. It will be held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, located in Rosemont, Illinois.



Location/ Address:

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
5555 N. River Road
Rosemont, Il 60018

Daily Admission Prices:

Ages 8 and Up: $10.00
Ages 7 and Under: $5.00

Show Schedule:

Friday - November 22nd 4:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday - November 23rd 9:30am - 5:00pm
Sunday - November 24th 10:00am - 4:00pm

Special VIP members can enter 30 mins early


Autograph Guests

Baseball

Jay Bruce - Cincinnati Reds 2x MLB All-Star Outfielder
2012 Silver Slugger Award Winner

Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals Rookie Starting Pitcher
Outstanding 2013 NLDS and NLCS
0.64 ERA during 2013 Post Season (14 innings)

Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals 2013 All-Star Second Baseman
2013 MLB Leader in Runs (126), Hits (199) and Doubles (55)
2013 National League MVP Candidate

David Freese - St. Louis Cardinals MLB All-Star Third Baseman
2011 World Series Champion
2011 ALCS MVP and World Series MVP
2011 Babe Ruth Award Winner

Lenny Dykstra - New York Mets/ Philadelphia Phillies 3x MLB All-Star Outfielder
2x National Leauge Hits Leader
1986 NY Mets World Series Champion
1993 Philadelphia Phillies National League Champion

Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs 10x MLB All-Star Second Baseman
7x Silver Slugger Award Winner
9x National League Gold Glove Award Winner
1984 National League Most Valuable Player
Class of 2005 Baseball Hall of Fame

Phil Niekro - Atlanta Braves/ NY Yankees 5x MLB All-Star Pitcher
318 Career Wins
5x National League Gold Glove Award Winner
Most Wins Over 40 Years Old (121)
Class of 1997 Baseball Hall of Fame

Don Sutton - LA Dodgers/ Milwaukee Brewers/ California Angels 4x MLB All-Star Pitcher
Five Consecutive Top-5 Finishes for the NL Cy Young Award (1972-1977)
4x National League Champion
1982 American League Champion
324 Career Wins
1988 World Series Champion
Class of 1998 Baseball Hall of Fame

Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners 7x MLB All-Star 3B/DH
1992 and 1995 American League Batting Champion
2000 American League RBI Champion
10x .300 Batting Average Seasons

Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins/ California Angels 18x MLB All-Star 1B/ 2B
1967 American League Rookie of the Year
1977 American League MVP
7x American League Batting Champion
3,053 Career Hits
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 1991

Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox/ New York NY Yankees 13x MLB All-Star Third Baseman
5x American League Batting Champion
4x MLB Batting Champion
Seven Consecutive 200 Hits Seasons
Class of 2005 Baseball Hall of Fame

Terry Pendleton - St. Louis Cardinals/ Atlanta Braves MLB All-Star Third Baseman
3x National League Gold Glove Award Winner
1991 National League Most Valuable Player
1992 NL MVP Runner-Up
5x National League Champion

Bill Buckner - LA Dodgers/ Chicago Cubs/ Boston Red Sox MLB All-Star First Baseman
1980 National League Batting Champion
1974 LA Dodger NL Champion
1986 Boston Red Sox AL Champion

Mookie Wilson - NY Mets/ Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder
1986 World Series Champion

Mark Grace - Chicago Cubs/ Arizona Diamondbacks 3x MLB All-Star First Baseman
5x National League Gold Glove Award Winner
2001 World Series Champion

Prince Fielder - Milwaukee Brewers/ Detroit Tigers 5x MLB All-Star First Baseman
2007 NL Homerun Champion
2009 MLB RBI Champion
4x MLB Games Player Leader
2012 Detroit Tigers American League Champion

Fred McGriff - Blue Jays/ Padres/ Braves/ Rays and Cubs 5x MLB All-Star First Baseman
1995 Atlanta Braves World Series Champion
8x 100 RBI Seasons
10x 30 Homerun Seasons
493 Career Homeruns (Tied with Lou Gehrig)
1,550 Career RBI

Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres 15x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x NL Batting Champion
5x MLB Batting Champion
.338 Career Batting Average (18th Highest in MLB History)
Class of 2007 Baseball Hall of Fame

Gary Sheffield - Brewers/ Padres/ Dodgers/ Marlins/ Mets/ Yankees 9x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1992 NL Batting Champion
8x 100 RBI Seasons
509 Career Homeruns
1,676 Career RBI

Steve Carlton - St. Louis Cardinals/ Philadelphia Phillies 10x MLB All-Star Pitcher
4x National Cy Young Award Winner
6x 20 Win Seasons
329 Career Wins
4,136 Career Strikeouts
1980 Phillies World Series Champion
Class of 1994 Baseball Hall of Fame

Joe Morgan - Cincinnati Reds 10x MLB All-Star Second Baseman
4x Gold Glove Award Winner
1975 and 1976 National League MVP Award Winner
2x World Series Champion
1972 MBL All-Star Game MVP
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2003

Pete Rose - Cincinnati Reds/ Philadelphia Phillies 17x MLB All-Star
MLB's All-Time Career Hits Record
1963 National League ROY
1973 National League MVP
3x World Series Champion

Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds 14x MLB All-Star Catcher
1970 and 1972 National League Most Valuable Player
10x NL Gold Glove Award Winner
2x World Series Champion
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 1989

Tony Perez - Cincinnati Reds 7x MLB All-Star 1B/ 3B
2x World Series Champion
1967 MLB All-Star Game MVP
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2000

Reggie Jackson - Oakland A's/ Orioles/ NY Yankees/ California Angels 14x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1973 AL Most Valuable Player
4x World Series Champion
1973 and 1977 World Series Most Valuable Player
563 Career Homeruns
Class of 1993 Baseball Hall of Fame


Football

Matt Forte - Chicago Bears NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Third All-Time Leading Rusher in Bears History
2,127 Rushing Yards Senior Year at Tulane University

Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears Starting Tight End

Brandon Marshall - Denver Broncos/ Miami Dolphins/ Chicago Bears 4x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
Chicago Bears Single Season Records - Most catches (118) and receiving yards (1,508)
2011 NFL Pro Bowl MVP

Kyle Long - Chicago Bears 2013 First Round Draft Pick
Bears Starting Offensive Guard
QB Jay Cutler is having a career year!

Len Dawson - Kansas City Chiefs 7x AFL All-Star/ NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
3x AFL Champion
Super Bowl IV Champion and Most Valuable Player
Class of 1987 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Herschel Walker - Dallas Cowboys/ Minnesota Vikings/ Philadelphia Eagles 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Georgia Bulldogs 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner
North American Pro Football Single Season Rushing Record - 2,411 Rushing Yards (USFL NJ Generals)

Brian Urlacher - Chicago Bears 8x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2000 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
2005 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Chicago Bears All-Time Leading Tackler

Mike Tomczak - Former Chicago Bears/ Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
4x NFC Central Division Champion - Bears
4x AFC Central Division Champion - Steelers
Super Bowl XX Champion

1972 Miami Dolphins Reunion - Only Undefeated and Untied Championship team in NFL History
Over Two Dozen Players Scheduled to Appear
Seven Pro Football Hall of Famers

Don Shula - Baltimore Colts/ Miami Dolphins 3x NFL Champion
328 Career Regular Season Wins (Most in NFL History)
4x NFL Coach of the Year
Class of 1997 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Bob Griese - Miami Dolphins Class of 1990 Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback
2x AFL All-Star
6x NFL Pro Bowl
Super Bowl VII and VII Champion

Larry Csonka - Miami Dolphins/ NY Giants 5x NFL Pro Bowl Fullback
Super Bowl VII and VII Champion (Dolphins)
Miami Dolphins career rushing leader (6,737 yards and 53 touchdowns)
Class of 1987 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Nick Buoniconti - Boston Patriots/ Miami Dolphins 8x AFL All-Star / NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2x Super Bowl Champion with the Dolphins (SB VII and VIII)
Class of 2001 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jake Scott - Miami Dolphins/ Washington Redskins 5x NFL Pro Bowl Safety
Miami Dolphins 2x Super Bowl Champion (SB VII and VIII)
Super Bowl VII Most Valuable Player

Larry Little - Miami Dolphins 6x AFL All-Star/ NFL Pro Bowler
2x Super Bowl Champion (SB VII and VIII)
Class of 1993 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Mercury Morris - Miami Dolphins 3x NFL Pro Bowl RB/ KR
1969 AFL leader in kick returns, KR Yards and KR TDs
1st 1,000 yards RB duo in NFL history with Larry Csonka
Miami Dolphins 2x Super Bowl Champion

Paul Warfield - Cleveland Browns/ Miami Dolphins 8x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
85 Career Touchdown Receptions
2x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 1983 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Manny Fernandez - Former Miami Dolphins star nose tackle
2x Super Bowl Champion
1972 No Name Defense

Jim Kiick - Miami Dolphins 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
4x 1,000 Yards From Scrimmage Seasons
2x Super Bowl Champion

Bobby Bowden - West Virginia Mountaineers/ Florida State Seminoles Head Football Coach
377 Career Wins
Winningest Coach in FBS/ Division 1-A History
2x College Football National Champion (1993 and 1999)

Tom Osborne - Nebraska Cornhuskers 3x National Championship Head Coach
255 wins in 25 seasons
13 Conference Championships


Hockey

Chris Chelios - Montreal Candiens/ Chicago Blackhawks/ Detroit Red Wings/ Atlanta Thrashers 11x NHL All-Star Defenseman
3x Norris Trophy Winner
3x Stanley Cup Champion
26 NHL Seasons (Tied w/ Gordie Howe for longest career)
1,651 games Played (Most by a Defenseman)
Class of 2013 Hockey Hall of Fame

Gordie Howe - Detroit Red Wings/ Hartford Whalers 23x NHL All-Star
Six Time NHL Most Valuable Player (Hart Trophy)
Six Time Top Points Scorer (Art Ross Trophy)
4x Stanley Cup Champion
2x WHA Champion
Class of 1972 Hockey Hall of Fame Right Wing

The Hanson Brothers - Stars from the movie "Slap Shot"
David Hanson, Steve Carlson and Jeff Carlson


Basketball

Bill Russell - Boston Celtics 12x NBA All-Star Center
11x NBA Champion
5x NBA Most Valuable Player
21,620 Career Rebounds
14,522 Career Points
Class of 1975 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

John Havlicek - Boston Celtics 13x NBA All-Star Guard
8x NBA Champion
1974 NBA Finals MVP
Celtics All-Time Career Leader in Points Scored (26,385)
Class of 1984 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Sam Jones - Boston Celtics 5x NBA All-Star Shooting Guard
10x NBA Champion
15,411 Career Points
Class of 1984 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Jerry West - LA Lakers 14x NBA All-Star Guard
1970 NBA Scoring Champion
1972 NBA Champion
25,192 Career Points (2nd Most LA Lakers History) Class of 1980 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Dave Bing - Detroit Pistons/ Washington Bullets/ Boston Celtics 7x NBA All-Star
1966-1967 NBA Rookie of the Year
Current Mayor of Detroit
Class of 1990 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Julius Erving - Philadelphia 76ers 11x NBA All-Star
Virginia Squires/ New York Nets 5x ABA All-Star
1980-81 NBA MVP Award Winner
New York Nets 2x ABA Champion
1983 76ers NBA Championship Team
Class of 1993 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

David Robinson - San Antonio Spurs 10x NBA All-Star Center
1990 NBA Rookie of the Year
1999 and 2003 NBA Champion
1994 NBA Scoring Champion
1995 NBA Most Valuable Player
Class of 2009 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Nate Thurmond - Golden State Warriors/ Chicago Bulls/ Cleveland Cavs 7x NBA All-Star Forward
5x NBA All-Defensive Team
First Quadruple-Double in NBA History (10/18/74). 22 points, 14 rebounds, 13 assists and 12 blocks
Class of 1985 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame


Soccer

Pele - Brazilian National Football Team
3x FIFA World Cup Champion
#1 Ranked Soccer Player of All-Time


Olympics

Aly Raisman - 2012 Team USA Olympic Gymnast


Schwartz Sports is the Official MAIL-IN Provider for the show. All MAIL-IN orders must be received by Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Prices and scheduling are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit MM Shows LLC for more information.

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