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Over 40 Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins and New England Patriots Players Appearing at the Fanatics Authentic Boston Sports Spectacluar Convention

The 2014 Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Convention - Boston Show will be one of the biggest Massachusetts sports card shows throughout the entire year. Thousands of autograph collectors and dealers from all around the northeast will gather inside the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlborough, Massachusetts. Over 60 football, baseball, basketball and hockey legends will be signing autographs. 40 of the them will be from Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins or New England Patriots.

Location/ Address:

Royal Plaza Trade Center
181 Boston Post Road West
Marlborough, MA 01752

Show Schedule:

Friday - May 16th
Saturday - May 17th
Sunday - May 18th

Daily Admission:

Friday: FREE ADMISSION FOR EVERYONE

Saturday and Sunday:

Ages 8 and Over: $7.00
Ages 4 to 7: $5.00
Ages 3 and Under: FREE


Autograph Guests

Football

Elvin Bethea: Houston Oilers 8x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
Class of 2003 Pro Football HOF

Floyd Little: Denver Broncos 5x AFL All-Star/ NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
Class of 2010 Pro Football HOF

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

Paul Krause: Washington Redskins/ Minnesota Vikings 8x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Back
All-Time NFL Interceptions Leader (81)
4x NFC Champion
Class of 1998 Football Hall of Fame

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

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

Ronnie Lott: San Francisco 49ers/ LA Raiders/ NY Jets 10x NFL Defensive Back
49ers Career Leader in INTS (51) and INT touchdowns (5)
4x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 2000 Pro Football Hall of Fame

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

Bruce Smith: Buffalo Bills/ Washington Redskins 11x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
NFL All-Time Career Sacks Leader
4x AFC Champion
Class of 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dick Butkus: Chicago Bears 8x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
Regarded as The Greatest Linebacker in NFL History
1960's and 1970's All-Decade Teams
NFL 75th Anniversary Team
Class of 1979 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Fred Biletnikoff: Oakland Raiders 6x NFL All-Pro Wide Receiver
Super Bowl XI Champion and Most Valuable Player
Class of 1988 Pro Football Hall of Fame

John Hannah: New England Patriots 9x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Guard
4x NFLPA Offensive Lineman of the Year
NFL 1970's and 1980's All-Decade Teams
Class of 1991 Pro Football HOF

Jim Langer: Miami Dolphins 6x NFL Pro Bowl Center
2x Super Bowl Champion (SB VII and VIII)
Member of the 1972 Dolphins Undefeated Team
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

Steve Grogan: New England Patriots 16 Year NFL Quarterback
1979 NFL Touchdown Passes Leader
1985 AFC Champion


Baseball

David Ortiz: Minnesota Twins/ Boston Red Sox 9x MLB All-Star 1B/DH
3x World Series Champion (2004, 2007 and 2013)
2006 American League Homerun and RBI Champion
2013 World Series MVP
All-Time leader in DH home runs (386), RBIs (1,258) and hits (1,780)

Will Middlebrooks: Boston Red Sox Star Third Baseman
2013 World Series Champion

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

Luis Tiant: Cleveland Indians/ Boston Red Sox/ NY Yankees 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
229 Career Wins
1972 AL Comeback Player of the Year

Orlando Cepeda: SF Giants/ St. Louis Cardinals 7x MLB All-Star First Baseman
1958 National League Rookie of the Year
1967 National League MVP
1967 World Series Champion
Class of 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame

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

Rico Petrocelli: Boston Red Sox 2x MLB All-Star Infielder
1976 and 1975 AL Pennant Champion

Wade Boggs: Boston Red Sox/ NY Yankees/ Tampa Bay Rays 12x MLB All-Star Third Baseman
5x MLB Batting Champion
8x Silver Slugger Award Winner
Class of 2005 Baseball Hall of Fame

Dennis Eckersley: 6x MLB All-Star for the Indians, Red Sox and Athletics
1992 American League Cy Young and AL MVP for the Oakland A's
1989 World Series Champion
Class of 2004 Baseball HOF

Dwight Evans: Boston Red Sox 3x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x Gold Glove Award Winner
385 Career Homeruns

Fred Lynn: Boston Red Sox/ California Angels/ Baltimore Orioles 9x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1975 AL Rookie of the Year
1975 AL Most Valuable Player
4x Gold Glove Award Winner
1979 American League Batting Champion
306 Career Homeruns

Clay Buchholz: Boston Red Sox 2x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2013 World Series Champion
Pitched No-Hitter in Second Career MLB Start (9/1/2007)

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

Daniel Nava: Boston Red Sox Star Outfielder
2013 World Series Champion

Shane Victorino: Philadelphia Phillies/ Boston Red Sox 2x MLB All-Star Outfielder
2008 World Series Champion (Phillies)
2013 World Series Champion (Red Sox)

Andre Dawson: Chicago Cubs/ Montreal Expos 8x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x Gold Glove Winner
1977 National League Rookie of the Year
1987 NL Most Valuable Player
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2010

Mike Schmidt: Philadelphia Phillies 12x MLB All-Star Third Baseman
3x National League MVP
10x Gold Glove Award Winner
1980 World Series Champion
Class of 1995 Baseball Hall of Fame

Trot Nixon: Former Boston Red Sox Star Outfielder
2004 World Series Champion

Jim Lonborg: Boston Red Sox/ Philadelphia Phillies All-Star Pitcher
1967 AL Cy Young Award Winner (Red Sox)

Jose Canseco: Oakland A's/ Texas Rangers 6x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1986 American League Rookie of the Year
1988 American Leugue Most Valuable Player
1st 40/40 season in MLB history

Darryl Strawberry: NY Mets/ LA Dodgers/ NY Yankees 8x NY Mets MLB All-Star Outfielder
1983 National League Rookie of the Year 4x World Series Champion (1986 Mets) and (1996, 1998 and 1999 Yankees)

Dave Winfield: San Diego Padres/ New York NY Yankees 12x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x 100 RBI Seasons
465 Career Home Runs
3,110 Career Hits
Baseball HOF Class of 2001

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

David Ross: Dodgers/ Braves/ Red Sox Star Catcher
2013 World Series Champion

Felix Doubront: Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher
2013 World Series Champion

Jake Peavy: San Diego Padres/ Chicago White Sox/ Boston Red Sox 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2007 NL Cy Young Award Winner (Padres)
2013 World Series Champion (Red Sox)

John Farrell: Boston Red Sox Manager
2013 World Series Champion

Junichi Tazawa: Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher
2013 World Series Champion

Koji Uehara: Texas Rangers/ Baltimore Orioles/ Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher
2013 World Series Champion (Red Sox)
2013 ALCS Most Valuable Player

Mike Carp: Seattle Mariners/ Boston Red Sox Star Infielder
2013 World Series Champion (Red Sox)

Mike Napoli: LA Angels/ Texas Rangers/ Boston Red Sox MLB All-Star First Baseman/ Catcher
2013 World Series Champion (Red Sox)

Xander Bogaerts: Boston Red Sox Star Infielder
2013 World Series Champion

Gaylord Perry: SF Giants/ Cleveland Indians/ SD Padres Class 5x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x American League Cy Young Award Winner
3x League Leader in Wins
314 Career Wins
Class of 1991 Baseball HOF

Bill Monbouquette: Boston Red Sox/ Detroit Tigers/ NY Yankees 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
No-hitter on August 1, 1962

Tommy Harper: Cincinnati Reds/ Seattle Pilots/ Boston Red Sox All-Star Outfielder
1969 MLB Stolen Bases Champion (73 Stolen Bases)
1973 Al Stolen Bases Champion (54 Stolen Bases)

Brandon Workman: Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher
2013 World Series Champion

Curt Leskanic: Colorado Rockies/ Milwaukee Brewers/ Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher
2004 World Series Champion (Red Sox)

Don Schwall: Boston Red Sox/ Pittsburgh Pirates/ Atlanta Braves MLB All-Star Pitcher
1961 American League Rookie of the Year

Joe Morgan: Former Boston Red Sox Manager
2x AL East Champion (1988 and 1990)


Hockey

Phil Esposito: Boston Bruins/ New York Rangers 9x NHL All-Star Centre
2x NHL Most Valuable Player
5x NHL Points Leader
Class of 1984 Hockey Hall of Fame

Derek Sanderson: Boston Bruins/ New York Rangers Star Goalie
1968 NHL Rookie of the Year

Ray Bourque: Boston Bruins/ Colorado Avalanche 19x NHL All-Star Defenseman
1980 NHL Rookie of the Year
5x NHL Defenseman of the Year
2001 Stanley Cup Champion (Colorado)
Class of 2004 Hockey Hall of Fame

Cam Neely: Vancouver Caunks/ Boston Bruins 5x NHL All-Star Right Winger
Class of 2005 Hockey Hall of Fame

Brad Park: New York Rangers/ Boston Bruins 9x NHL All-Star Defender
Class of 1988 Hockey Hall of Fame

Johnny Bucyk: Detroit Red Wings/ Boston Bruins 7x NHL All-Star Left Winger
2x Lady Byng Award Winner
Class of 1981 Hockey Hall of Fame

Ken Hodge: Boston Bruins 3x NHL All-Star Right Winger

Terry O'Reilly: Boston Bruins 2x NHL All-Star Right Winger


Basketball

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

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


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