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Tristar Collectors Show San Francisco California Autograph Signings April 2014

Over the weekend of April 25th - 27th 2014, Tristar Productions will host the 18th Annual Tristar San Francisco Collectors Show in Daly City, California. The show will take place inside the Cow Palace (just north of San Francisco) and will feature plenty of sports memorabilia dealers from around the country. Dozens of current and former football, baseball and basketball players will be signing autographs.

Location/ Address:

Cow Palace
2600 Geneva Avenue
Daly City, CA 94014


Show Schedule:

Friday - April 25th 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday - April 26th 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday - April 27th 10:00am - 4:00pm

Admission Prices:

Daily Admission: $10.00 per day
Weekend Pass: $26.00
Ages 5 and Under are FREE

Autograph Guests

Football

Colin Kaepernick: San Francisco 49ers Star Quarterback
2012 NFC Champion
2013 Stats 3,197 Passing Yards 21 TD Passes, 524 Rushing Yards, Four Rushing TDs

Jim Harbaugh: San Francisco 49ers 2011 NFL Coach of the Year
San Francisco 49ers 2012 NFC Champion
Chicago Bears/ Indianapolis Colts NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback

Frank Gore: SF 49ers 4x Pro Bowl Running Back
San Francisco 49ers All-Time Leading Rusher
2012 NFC Rushing Leader

Aldon Smith: San Francisco 49ers NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2011 PFWA Defensive Rookie of the Year
2012 NFC Defensive Player of the Year

Justin Smith: Cincinnati Bengals/ San Francisco 49ers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
2012 NFC Champion

Patrick Willis: San Francisco 49ers 7x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2007 NFL Defensive Rookie of the the Year
3x NFL Alumni Linebacker of the Year
2012 NFC Champion

Michael Wilhoite: San Francisco 49ers Star Linebacker
2012 NFC Champion

Eric Reid: San Francisco 49ers 2013 NFL Pro Bowl Safety
Niners 2013 NFL 1st Round Draft Pick
2012 Consensus All-American (LSU Tigers)

NaVorro Bowman: San Francisco 49ers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
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

Willie Roaf: New Orleans Saints/ Kansas City Chiefs 11x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Guard
NFL 1990's All-Decade Team
NFL 2000's All-Decade Team
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012

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


Baseball

Ernie Banks: Chicago Cubs 11x MLB All-Star Shortstop and First Baseman
Nicknamed "Mr. Cub"
1958 and 1959 National League MVP
Class of 1977 Baseball Hall of Fame

Orlando Cepeda: SF Giants/ St. Louis Cardinals Class of 1999 Baseball HOF
1958 National League Rookie of the Year
1967 National League MVP
1967 World Series Champion
11x MLB All-Star

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

Reggie Jackson: 14x MLB All-Star for the Athletics, Yankees and Angels
1973 American League Most Valuable Player
563 Career Home Runds
Class of 1993 Baseball Hall of Fame

Tony La Russa: Oakland A's/ St. Louis Cardinals Manager
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

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

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

Don Larsen: New York Yankees 2x MLB World Series Champion
Perfect game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers
1956 World Series Most Valuable Player

Brandon Belt: San Francisco Giants Star First Baseman
2012 World Series Champion

Bruce Bochy: San Diego Padres/ San Francisco Giants 2x World Series Champion Manager
1998 National League Champion (San Diego Padres)
2010 and 2012 World Series Champion (San Francisco Giants)

Madison Bumgarner: San Francisco Giants 2013 MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x World Series Champion (2010 and 2012)

Will Clark: San Francisco Giants/ Texas Rangers/ Baltimore Orioles/ St. Louis Cardinals 6x MLB All-Star 1B
1989 NLCS Most Valuable Player
2x Silver Slugger Award Winner

Dave Righetti: New York Yankees/ San Francisco Giants 2x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1981 American League Rookie of the Year
2010 and 2012 WS Champion as SF Giants Pitching Coach

Sergio Romo: San Francisco Giants 2013 MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x World Series Champion (2010 and 2012)

Pablo Sandoval: San Francisco Giants 2x MLB All-Star Third Baseman
2x World Series Champion (2010 and 2012)
2012 World Series Most Valuable Player

Ryan Vogelsong: San Francisco Giants/ Pittsburgh Pirates MLB All-Star Pitcher
2012 World Series Champion

Matt Cain: San Francisco Giants 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x World Series Champion (2010 and 2012) 1st SF Giants Perfect Game in history (June 13, 2012 against Houston)

More Superstars

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

Jennie Finch: Team USA Olypic Gold Medalist
2013 MLB Legends and Celebrities Softball Game Pitcher


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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