Tristar Houston Autograph Collectors Show February 2015

Back for the 29th time, TRISTAR Productions will kick off the new year with their 2015 Houston Collectors Show. This year's show will be held inside the NRG Center which is held inside NRG Park in Houston, Texas. Dozens of All-Stars, All-Pros and Hall of Fame players from baseball, football, basketball and boxing are scheduled to sign autographs.

Location/ Address:

NRG Center
NRG Park
Houston, Texas

Show Schedule:

Friday, February 13th: 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday, February 14th: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday, February 15th: 10:00am - 4:00pm


General Admission: $9.00 Per Day
Three-Day Pass: $25.00
Ages 5 and Under: FREE

Tristar Authantication Sticker: $7.00

Baseball Autograph Guests

Nolan Ryan: New York Mets/ California Angels/ Houston Astros/ Texas Rangers 8x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1969 World Series Champion (NY Mets)
8x MLB Strikeouts Leader
MLB Record 5,714 Career Strikeouts
MLB Record 7x Career No-Hitters
Class of 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame

Lance Berkman: Houston Astros/ St. Louis Cardinals/ Texas Rangers 6x MLB All-Star First Baseman
2011 World Series Champion (Cardinals)
6x 100 RBI Seasons
2011 NL Comeback Player of the Year

Roger Clemens: Boston Red Sox/ Toronto Blue Jays/ NY Yankees/ Houston Astros 11x MLB All-Star Pitcher
MLB Record 7x Cy Young Awards
1986 American League MVP
1997 and 1998 Pitching Triple Crown Winner
1999 and 2000 World Series Champion (Yankees)

Roy Oswalt: Houston Astros/ Philadelphia Phillies 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher

Dave Stewart: Dodgers/ Rangers/ Phillies/ Athletics/ Blue Jays MLB All-Star Pitcher
Four Consecutive 20 Win Seasons (1987 - 1990)
1981 World Series Champion (Dodgers)
1989 World Series Champion (Athletics)
1993 World Series Champion (Blue Jays)
1989 World Series MVP

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

Andy Pettitte: NY Yankees/ Houston Astros 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
5x World Series Champion (NY Yankees)
1996 AL Wins Leader
MLB Record 19 Post Season Wins

Lou Brock: Chicago Cubs/ St. Louis Cardinals HOF Class of 1985
6x National League All-Star Outfielder
3,023 Career Hits
938 Career Stolen Bases - 2nd Most All-Time (#1 at the time of his retirement)
2x World Series Champion

Ozzie Smith: St. Louis Cardinals 15x MLB All-Star Shortstop
13x Gold Glove Award Winner
1982 World Series Champion
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2002

Bob Gibson: St. Louis Cardinals 9x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1968 National League Most Valuable Player
1968 and 1970 National League Cy Young Award Winner
1964 and 1967 World Series MVP
Class of 1981 Baseball Hall of Fame

Wade Boggs: Boston Red Sox/ New York NY Yankees 13x MLB All-Star Third Baseman
5x Major League Baseball Batting Champion
8x Silver Slugger Award Winner
1996 World Series Champion (Yankees)
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2005

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

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

Rafael Palmeiro: Chicago Cubs/ Texas Rangers/ Baltimore Orioles 4x MLB All-Star First Baseman
3x Gold Glove Award Winner
2x Silver Slugger Award Winner
3,020 Career Hits
569 Career Homeruns

Collin McHugh: Houston Astros Star Rookie Pitcher

John Hader: Houston Astros Star Pitching Prospect

Jon Singleton: Houston Astros Star Rookie First Baseman

Chris Carter: Houston Astros Star Designated Hitter
37 Homeruns in 2014

Phil Garner: Oakland A's/ Pittsburgh Pirates/ Houston Astros 3x MLB All-Star Infielder
1979 World Series Champion (Pirates)
Led Astros to 2005 World Series as Team Manager

Football Autograph Guests

DeAndre Hopkins: Houston Texans 2014 NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver (alternate)
1,200 Receiving Yards in 2014
Clemson Tiger All-American

Gale Sayers: Chicago Bears 4x NFL Pro Bowl running back
NFL Rookie Record 22 Touchdowns in 1975
Nicknamed "The Kansas Comet"
Class of 1977 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

Andre Reed: Buffalo Bills/ Washington Redskins 6x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
13th All-Time Leading Receiver in NFL History (13,198 receiving yards)
Buffalo Bills Career Record Holder in Games Played, Receptions, TD Receptions and Receiving Yards
Class of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Claude Humphrey: Atlanta Falcons/ Philadelphia Eagles 6x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
1968 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
126.5 Career Sacks
Class of 2014 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

Jim Kelly: Buffalo Bills 5x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
4x AFC Champion
Buffalo Bills All-Time Leading Passer
Class of 2002 Pro Football Hall of Fame

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

Basketball Autograph Guests

Kevin McHale: Boston Celtics 7x NBA All-Star Center/ Power Forward
3x NBA Champion (1981, 1984 and 1986)
1984 and 1985 NBA Sixth Mand of the Year
17,335 Career Points
Class of 1999 Basketball Hall of Fame

Boxing/ Wrestling Autograph Guests

Mike Tyson: World's Youngest Undisputed Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Class of 2010 International Boxing Hall of Fame
Class of 2011 World Boxing Hall of Fame

Hulk Hogan: One of the Most Recognizable Public Figures on Earth
6x WWF/ WWE World Heavyweight Champion
6x WCW World Heavyweight Champion
Class of 2005 WWE Hall of Fame

Ric Flair: "The Nature Boy"
10x NWA Heavyweight Champion
8x WCW Heavyweight Champion
2x WWF Champion
Class of 2005 Professional Wrestling HOF

Jimmy Hart: One of the Most Famous Wrestling Promoters in History
Class of 2005 WWE 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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