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Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Chicago Illinois Autograph Signings March 2015

The March 2015 Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Chicago is scheduled to run from Friday, March 20th, through Sunday, March 22, 2015.. This one of the biggest sports memorabilia shows of the entire year and will take place inside the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Dozens of baseball, football, basketball and hockey players are scheduled to sign autographs.

Location/ Address:

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



Daily Admission Prices:

Regular Admission: $10.00
Ages 10 and Under: $5.00
Ages 3 and Under: FREE

Show Schedule:

Friday, March 20th: 4:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday, March 21st: 9:30am - 5:00pm
Sunday, March 22nd: 10:00am - 4:00pm
***VIP Members can enter 30 mins early***


Autograph Guests


Baseball

John Smoltz: Atlanta Braves 8x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1995 World Series Champion
1996 Cy Young Award
Class of 20015 Baseball Hall of Fame

Randy Johnson: Expos/ Mariners/ Astros/ Diamondbacks/ Yankees/ Giants 10x MLB All-Star Pitcher
Four consecutive NL Cy Young Awards with the Arizona Diamondbacks (1999-2002)
2001 World Series MVP
303 Career Wins
4,875 Career Strikeouts

Pedro Martinez: Montreal Expos/ Boston Red Sox/ New York Mets 8x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1997 NL Cy Young Award Winner (Montreal Expos)
1999 and 2000 AL Cy Young Award Winner (Boston Red Sox)
2004 Boston Red Sox World Series Champion

Carlton Fisk: Boston Red Sox/ Chicago White Sox 11x MLB All-Star Catcher
1972 American League Rookie of the Year
Class of 2000 Baseball Hall of Fame

Jim Rice: Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Class of 2009
8x American League All-Star Outfielder
2x Silver Slugger Award Winner
1978 American League MVP

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

Dale Murphy: Atlanta Braves/ Philadelphia Phillies/ Colorado Rockies 7x MLB All-Star Outfielder
Back-to-Back NL MVP Awards in 1982 and 1983
5x Gold Glove Award Winner
4x Silver Slugger Award Winner



Football

Peyton Manning: Indianapolis Colts/ Denver Broncos 14x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
NFL Record 530 Career Passing Yards
5x NFL Most Valuable Player Award winner
Super Bowl XLI Champion and MVP

LeSean McCoy: Philadelphia Eagles 3x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2x FedEx NFL Ground Player of the Year
2013 NFL Rushing Champion
Holds several Eagles single-season rushing records

Tony Romo: Dallas Cowboys 4x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
2009 NFC Passing Yards Leader
3x NFC East Division Champion
Dallas Cowboys All-Time Career Leader in Passing TD's (242) and Passing Yards (33,270)

Jamaal Charles: Kansas City Chiefs 4x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Kansas City Chiefs All-Time Leading Rusher

Antonio Brown: Pittsburgh Steelers 3x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2014 NFL Leader in Receptions (129) and Receiving Yards (1,698)
Steelers Single Season Receiving Yards Record (1,698 in 2014)

Jerome Bettis: LA Rams/ Pittsburgh Steelers 6x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1993 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
1996 NFL Comeback Player of the Year
Sixth Leading Rusher in NFL History (13,662 Rushing Yards)
Super Bowl XL Champion

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

Mike Evans: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Star Wide Receiver
2014 Stats: 68 receptions 1,051 receiving yards 12 touchdowns

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

Dick Butkus: Chicago Bears 8x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2x NEA NFL Defensive Player of the Year
NFL 1960's All-Decade Team
NFL 1970's All-Decade Team
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Class of 1979 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Brian Urlacher: Chicago Bears 8x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2000 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
2000 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
NFL 2000's All-Decade Team

Colin Kaepernick: San Francisco 49ers Star Quarterback
2012 NFC Champion

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

Tony Dorsett: Dallas Cowboys 4x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1976 Heisman Trophy Winner (Pittsburgh Panthers)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Super Bowl XII Champion
Eighth Leading Rusher in NFL History
Class of 1994 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Joe Montana: San Francisco 49ers/ Kansas City Chiefs 8x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
4x Super Bowl Champion (SB XVI, XIX, XXIII and XXIV)
3x Super Bowl MVP (XVI, XIX and XXIV)
2x NFL Most Valuable Player (1989 and 1990)
Class of 2000 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Joe Theismann: Washington Redskins 2x Pro Bowl Quarterback
1983 NFL Most Valuable Player
Redskins All-Time Career Passing Leader (25,206 Passing Yards)
Super Bowl XVII Champion

Marv Levy: Buffalo Bills Head Coach 4x AFC Champion
1988 Sporting News NFL Coach of the Year
Class of 2001 Pro Football HOF

Kelvin Benjamin: Carolina Panthers Star Wide Receiver
2014 NFL Stats: 73 Receptions, 1,008 Receiving Yards and Nine Touchdowns
2014 BCS Champion Florida State Seminoles

Luke Kuechly: Carolina Panthers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2013 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
2012 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

Jameis Winston: Florida State Seminoles 2013 Heisman Trophy Winning Quarterback
27-1 College Football Record
Potential #1 Overall 2015 NFL Draft Pick

Marcus Mariota: Oregon Ducks 2014 Heisman Trophy Winning Quarterback
Led Oregon to 3x Top 10 Finishes
Alamo Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Rose Bowl MVP
Potential #1 Overall 2015 NFL Draft Pick

Joe Greene: Pittsburgh Steelers 10x Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
1969 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
2x NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1972 and 1974)
4x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 1987 Pro Football HOF

Rocky Bleier: Pittsburgh Steelers star running back
4x Super Bowl Champion
Vietnam War Veteran
One of the most popular players in team history

Ross Browner: Cincinnati Bengals/ Green Bay Packers Star Defensive End
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2x All-American

Tim Brown: Los Angeles/ Oakland Raiders 9x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1987 Heisman Trophy Winner
14,934 Career Receiving Yards ranked 2nd in NFL history at his retirement
One of only seven players with 100 touchdown receptions

Raghib "Rocket" Ismail: Oakland Raiders/ Carolina Panthers/ Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
2x 1,000 Yards Seasons
1990 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Allen Pinkett: Notre Dame 2x All-American Running Back
Graduated as the Fighting Irish All-Time Leading Rusher
Played six seasons with the Houston Oilers

Paul Hornung: Green Bay Packers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1956 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Heisman Trophy Winner
1961 NFL Most Valuable Player
5x NFL Champion
Class of 1986 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dave Casper: Oakland Raiders/ Houston Oilers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
Super Bowl XI Champion
NFL 1970's All-Decade Team
Class of 2002 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Derrick Mayes: Green Bay Packers/ Seattle Seahawks Star Wide Receiver

Ara Parseghian: One of the Greatest Notre Dame Football Coaches in history
2x National Champion (1966 and 1973)
170 Career Wins

Bob Crable: New York Jets Star Linebacker
2x Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Bob Golic: New England Patriots/ Cleveland Browns/ LA Raiders 3x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
1978 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Bobby Taylor: Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl Cornerback
1994 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Mike Stonebreaker: Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2x All-American Linebacker

Johnny Lattner: Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1953 Heisman Trophy Winner
2x Maxwell Award Winner
Pittsburgh Steelers 1954 NFL Pro Bowl KR/PR

Kris Haines: Washington Redskins/ Chicago Bears Star Wide Receiver
Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Vagas Ferguson: New England Patriots/ Cleveland Browns Star Running Back
1979 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Luther Bradley: Detroit Lions Star Cornerback
Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Chris Zorich: Chicago Bears 1993 NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2x All-American

Tony Rice: Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American Quarterback

Tom Gatewood: New York Giants Star Wide Receiver
1970 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Reggie Brooks: Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American Running Back
1,000 Yards Running Back for the Washington Redskins


Basketball

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

Rick Barry: Golden State Warriors/ Houston Rockets 8x NBA All-Star Forward
4x ABA All-Star (Washington Capitals and New York Nets)
1967 NBA All-Star Game MVP
1975 NBA Finals Champion and Most Valuable Player
Class of 1987 Basketball Hall of Fame

Hockey

Glenn Anderson: Edmonton Oilers/ NY Rangers/ Toronto Maple Leafs 4x NHL All-Star Right Wing
Edmonton Oilers 5x Stanley Cup Champion (Oilers 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990
New York Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup Champion
Class of 2008 Hockey Hall of Fame

Marcel Dionne: Detroit Red Wings/ LA Kings/ NY Rangers 8x NHL All-Star Center
1979 and 1980 NHL Ted Lindsay Award Winner (NHLPA Most Outstanding Player)
1975 and 1977 NHL Lady Byng Award Winner (Player who Displays Gentlemanly Conduct)
1980 NHL Art Ross Trophy (NHL Points Leader)
Class of 1992 Hockey Hall of Fame



Pro Wrestling:

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


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