Friday, April 12, 2013

Houston Texas Autograph Signing May/ June 2014 Tristar Productions

From Friday May 30th through Sunday June 1, 2014, Tristar Productions will host their 28th Annual Houston Collector's Show in Houston, Texas. The show will take place inside the Reliant Center and will feature some of the most famous football, baseball and basketball players that have ever played in the Lone-Star State. It will be one of the largest Texas sports card shows of the year. You won't want to miss it.

Location/ Address:

Reliant Center
One Reliant Park
Houston, TX 77054



Show Schedule:

Friday - May 30th 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday - May 31st 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday - June 1st 10:00am - 4:00pm

Admission Prices:

Daily Admission: $9.00 per day
Three-Day Pass: $25.00

Autograph Guests

Football

Earl Campbell: Houston Oilers 3x NFL Rushing Champion
Texas Longhorns 1977 Heisman Trophy Winner
1978 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
1979 NFL MVP
5x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Class of 1991 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Brian Cushing: Houston Texans NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2009 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

Mike Evans: Tampa Bay Bucs 2014 1st Round Draft Pick
Texas A&M Aggies Wide Receiver 2013 All-American Wide Receiver
2013 All-SEC

Arian Foster: Houston Texans 3x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2010 NFL Rushing Champion
Houston Texans All-Time Leading Rusher (5,063 Rushing Yards)

DeAndre Hopkins: Houston Texans Star Wide Receiver
2013 First Round Draft Pick
52 Receptions and 802 Receiving Yards as a Rookie (2013)

DJ Swearinger: Houston Texas Star Safety
2013 Second Round Draft Pick
71 Tackles as a Rookie (2013)

J.J Watt: Houston Texas 2x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
2012 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
2012 NFL Sacks Leader
Texas 2nd All-Time Sacks Leader


Baseball

Cal Ripken Jr: Baltimore Orioles 20x MLB All-Star Shortstop
1982 American League Rookie of the Year
1983 World Series Champion
1983 and 1991 AL Most Valuable Player
1991 and 2001 MLB All-Star Game MVP
Class of 2007 Baseball Hall of Fame

Pete Rose: Cincinnati Reds/ Philadelphia Phillies 17x MLB All-Star Outfielder
4,256 Career Hits (Most in MLB History)
1963 National League Rookie of the Year
1973 National League MVP

Johnny Bench: 14x Cincinnati Reds MLB All-Star Catcher
1968 National League Rookie of the Year
1970 and 1972 NL Most Valuable Player
1975 and 1976 World Series Champion
Class of 1989 Baseball Hall of Famer

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

Tom Glavine: Atlanta Braves/ New York Mets 10x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x National League Cy Young Award Winner (1991 and 1998)
1995 World Series Champion
1995 World Series MVP
305 Career Wins
Class of 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame

Craig Biggio: Houston Astros 7x MLB All-Star Catcher and Second Baseman
Houston Astros All-Time Career Hits Leader with 3,060
668 Career Doubles (5th All-Time in MLB History)
5x Silver Slugger Award Winner
4x Gold Glove Award Winner

David Justice: 3x MLB All-Star Outfielder for the Atlanta Braves and Cleveland Indians
1990 National League Rookie of the Year
2000 ALCS MVP (Yankees)
2x World Series Champion (95 Braves and 2000 Yankees)

Frank Thomas: Chicago Whitesox 5x MLB All-Star First Baseman
1993 and 1994 American League MVP
2005 World Series Champion
521 Career Homeruns
Class of 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame

Jim Palmer: Baltimore Orioles 6x MLB All-Star Pitcher
3x American League Cy Young Award Winner
3x World Series Champion
Class of 1990 Baseball Hall of Fame

Boog Powell: Baltimore Orioles/ Cleveland Indians 4x MLB All-Star 1B/ OF
2x World Series Champion (1966 and 1970
2x AL Comeback Player of the Year (1966 and 1975)
1970 American League MVP


Basketball

Hakeem Olajuwon: Houston Rockets/ Toronto Raptors 12x NBA All-Star Center
2x NBA Champion (1994 and 1995)
2x NBA Finals MVP (1994 and 1995)
Houston Rockets All-Time Leading Scorer (26,511 points)
Class of 2008 Basketball Hall of Fame

Ralph Sampson: Virginia Cavaliers 3x College Basketball Player of the Year
Houston Rockets 1983-1984 NBA Rookie of the Year
4x NBA All-Star Center
Class of 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame

George Gervin: Virginia Squires/ San Antonio Spurs/ Chicago Bulls 12x ABA/ NBA All-Star
1980 NBA All-Star Game MVP
4x NBA Scoring Champion
15th All-Time Leading Scorer in ABA/ NBA History (26,595 Points)
Class of 1996 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


Mixed Martial Arts

Anderson Silva: Greatest UFC Fighter Ever
10 Consecutive Title Defenses (UFC Record)
Longest Title Reign in UFC History (6 years, 267 days)


Price and schedule are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit Tristar Productions for more information.

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