Friday, December 6, 2013

Tristar Houston Autograph Collectors Show January 2014

Back for the 28th time, TRISTAR Productions will kick off the new year with their 2014 Houston Collectors Show. Just like last year's show, it will be held inside the Reliant Arena at Reliant Park in Houston, Texas. Over 40 All-Stars, All-Pros and Hall of Fame players from baseball, football, basketball and boxing are scheduled to sign autographs.

Location/ Address:

Reliant Arena
One Reliant Park
Houston, TX 77054




Show Schedule:

Friday, January 24th: 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday, January 25th: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday, January 26th: 10:00am - 4:00pm


Baseball Autograph Guests


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
Possible Class of 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Frank Robinson - Cincinnati Reds/ Baltimore Orioles 12x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1956 National League Rookie of the Year
2x Most Valuable Player (1961 National League MVP & 1966 American League MVP)
1966 American League Triple Crown Winner
Class of 1982 Baseball Hall of Fame

Andy Pettitte - New York Yankees/ Houston Astros 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
5x World Series Champion
MLB All-Time Career Post Season Wins Leader (19)

George Springer - Houston Astros 2011 1st Round Draft Pick
2012 Minor League Stats - 128 Games, 24 Homeruns, 87 RBI, 37 Stolen Bases and .302 Batting Average
2013 Minor League Stats - 135 Games, 37 Homeruns, 108 RBI, 45 Stolen Bases and .303 Batting Average

Jurickson Profar - Texas Rangers Shortstop
2012 Baseball America #1 Overall Prospect
2013 (Rookie Season) MLB Stats - 85 Games, Six Homeruns and 26 RBI

Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals Rookie Starting Pitcher
2013 NLCS Most Valuable Player
9.7 Strikeouts/ Nine Innings during 2013 MLB Post Season

Mike Foltynewicz - Houston Astros 2010 First Round Draft Pick
2012 Houston Astros Minor League Pitcher of the Year
103 MPH Pitch

Homer Bailey - Cincinnati Reds Staff Ace Starting Pitcher
Second pitcher in MLB history to throw the last no-hitter of one season (September 28, 2012) as well as the first no-hitter of the following season (July 2, 2013)


Football Autograph Guests


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

Dan Hampton - Chicago Bears 4x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
Super Bowl XX Champion
NFL 1980's All-Decade Team
Class of 2002 Pro Football Hall of Fame

James Lofton - Green Bay Packers/ Buffalo Bills 8x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
NFL 1980's All-Decade Team
#8 NFL All-Time Leading Receiver
Class of 2003 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Ricky Williams - New Orleans Saints/ Miami Dolphins NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Texas Longhorns 1998 Heisman Trophy Winner
2002 NFL Rushing Champion and Pro Bowl MVP
26th Member of the 10,000 Rushing Yards Club

Andre Tippett - New England Patriots 5x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
New England Career Sacks Leader (100)
Class of 2008 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Vince Papale - Legendary walk-on player special teams player for the Philadelphia Eagles
Inspiration to the Disney movie, "Invincible."

Tommy Kramer - Minnesota Vikings NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
5x 3,000 Passing Yards Seasons
1986 NFL Comeback Player of the Year

Mike Evans - Texas A&M Aggies Wide Receiver 2013 All-American Wide Receiver
Top-Rated wide receiver of the 2014 NFL Draft
2013 All-SEC

Case McCoy - Former Texas Longhorns quarterback

Mike Singletary - Chicago Bears 10x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2x NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Member of the 1980's All-Decade Team
Pro Football Hall of Fame

Lawrence Taylor - NY Giants 10x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
1986 NFL Most Valuable Player
3x NFL Defensive Player of the Year
2x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 1999 Pro Football HOF

Kendall Wright - Tennessee Titans 1,000 Yards Wide Receiver
Baylor Bears 2011 All-American Wide Receiver
Titans 2012 1st Round Draft Pick

Fred Dean - San Diego Chargers/ San Francisco 49ers 3x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
Part of the Chargers "Bruise Brothers" Defensive Line
2x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 2008 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jimmy Johnson - San Francisco 49ers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Cornerback
Second Most Career INTs as a 49er (47)
Class of 1994 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Case Keenum - Houston Texans Starting Quarterback
2x Conference USA MVP with the Houston Cougars
NCAA's Career leader in passing yards, touchdowns, and completions

Hugh McElhenny - San Francisco 49ers/ Minnesota Vikings 6x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
SF 49ers All-Time Leading Rusher at Retirement
Class of 1970 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Bob St. Clair - San Francisco 49ers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle
NFL 1950's All-Decade Team
Class of 1990 Pro Football HOF

Tony Dorsett - Dallas Cowboys 4x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Eighth Leading Rusher in NFL History
Class of 1994 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Bob Lilly - Dallas Cowboys 7x All-Pro Defensive Tackle
Member of the 1960's and 1970's All-Decade Teams
Class of 1980 Pro Football HOF

Randy White - Dallas Cowboys 9x Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
Member of the 1980's All-Decade Team
Super Bowl XII Champion and Most Valuable Player
Class of 1994 Pro Football HOF

Ed "Too Tall" Jones - Dallas Cowboys 3x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
Super Bowl XII Champion
NFL 1980's All-Decade Team

John Dutton - Baltimore Colts/ Dallas Cowboys 3x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Lineman
Member of the Colts "Sack Pack" defensive line
One of the most dominating defensive lineman of the 1970's

Cliff Harris - Dallas Cowboys 6x NFL Pro Bowl Free Safety
18 Fumble Recoveries are 2nd Most in Cowboys History
Played in Five Super Bowls
Super Bowl VI and XII Champion

Thomas Hollywood Henderson - Dallas Cowboys/ Houston Oilers/ SF 49ers NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
3x NFC Champion with the Cowboys
Super Bowl XII Champion
Won $28 Million in the Texas State Lottery in 2000 (Seriously! He did!)

Craig Morton - Dallas Cowboys/ NY Giants/ Denver Broncos 18 Year NFL Quarterback
2nd Leading Passer in Denver Broncos History
6th Leading Passer in Dallas Cowboys History

Pettis Norman - Dallas Cowboys/ San Diego Chargers 12 Year NFL Tight End
Helped Cowboys win five consecutive Division Titles from 1966-1970

Charlie Waters - Dallas Cowboys 8x NFL Pro Bowl Strong Safety
Guided Cowboys to eleven NFL Playoff Appearances
Played in Five Super Bowls
Super Bowl VI and XII Champion

Terrance Williams - Dallas Cowboys Rookie Wide Receiver
2012 NCAA Leader with 1,832 Receiving Yards
2012 Baylor Bears All-American


Basketball Autograph Guests


Dwight Howard - Houston Rockets/ LA Lakers/ Orlando Magic 7x NBA All-Star Center
3x NBA Defensive Player of the Year
5x NBA Rebounding Champion
Orlando Magic All-Time Leading Scorer (11,435 career points)

Clyde Drexler - Portland Trailblazers/ Houston Rockets 10x NBA All-Star Shooting Guard
1995 Houston Rockets NBA Championship Team
1992 Olympics Dream Team Member
Class of 2004 Basketball Hall of Fame

Jerry Lucas - Cincinnati Royals/ San Francisco Warriors/ NY Knicks 7x NBA All-Star
1965 NBA All-Star Game MVP
1973 NBA Champion
Class of 1980 Basketball Hall of Fame

Artis Gilmore - Kentucky Colonels 5x ABA All-Star. Chicago Bulls/ San Antonio Spurs 6x NBA All-Star
1972 ABA Rookie of the Year
24,941 Career ABA and NBA points (22nd All-Time)
5x ABA Rebounding Leader
Class of 2011 Basketball Hall of Fame

Chandler Parsons - Houston Rockets Starting Forward
2012 All-Rookie Second Team
University of Florida 2011 SEC Player of the Year

Christian Laettner - 13 NBA Seasons with the Timberwolves/ Hawks/ Pistons/ Mavs/ Wizards/ Heat
1997 NBA All-Star
- Duke Blue Devils 1991 and 1992 NCAA Champion
1992 Naismith Player of the Year
Recognized as one of the greatest college players in history
1992 Olympics Dream Team Member

Bernard King - Nets/ Warriors/ Jazz/ Bulls/ Bullets 4x NBA All-Star Small Forward
1985 NBA Scoring Champion
22.5 Career Points Per Game (28th All-Time)
Class of 2013 Basketball Hall of Fame

Patrick Beverley - Houston Rockets Starting Point Guard


Boxing Autograph Guests


Sugar Ray Leonard - Won Championship Titles in Five Different Weight Classes
Class of 1996 World Boxing Hall of Fame
Class of 1997 International Boxing Hall of Fame

Earnie Shavers - Former United States Heavyweight Boxer
Nicknamed "The Black Destroyer"
Recognized as one of the hardest hitters in boxing history

Roberto Duran - Regarded as one of the lightweight boxers of the 20th century
Won championships at in four different weight classes

Thomas Hearns - Won Championship Titles in Fiver Different Weight Classes
2x Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year (1980 and 1984)
Class of 2012 International Boxing Hall of Fame


If you can't make the show, but still want something signed, take advantage of their MAIL-IN Program. You can SEND-IN your own items or PRE-ORDER something new. Price and schedule are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit TRISTAR for more information.

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