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Philadelphia Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Collectors Convention October 2014

From Friday, October 17th through Sunday, October 19, 2014, Fanatics Authentic will host the 2014 Philadelphia Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular Collectors Show in Oaks, Pennsylvania. Dozens of football and baseball legends are scheduled to sign autographs. This year's show will feature dozens of players from the Phillies 1980 World Series Championship team, including Mike Schmidt, Pete Rose and Steve Carlton! Legendary HOF quarterbacks, Dan Marino and Joe Montana will be there as well. You won't want to miss it!





Location/ Address:

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks
100 Station Avenue
Oaks, Pennsylvania 19456

Show Schedule:

Friday, October 17th: 4:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday, October 18th: 9:30am - 5:00pm
Sunday, October 19th: 10:30am - 4:00pm

VIP Members can arrive 30 minutes early.

Daily Admission: FREE ADMISSION FOR EVERYONE

Autograph Guests

Football

Nick Foles: Philadelphia Eagles 2013 NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
2013 NFL Passing Leader (119.2)
60th Perfect Game in NFL History (November 3, 2013 vs. Oakland Raiders)
2013 Stats: 27 Touchdowns, 2,891 Passing Yards and Two INTs

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

Dan Marino: Miami Dolphins 9x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
5x NFL Passing Yards Leader
61,361 Career Passing Yards
420 Career Passing Yards
Most prolific passer in NFL history at time of retirement
Class of 2005 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dwight Clark: San Francisco 49ers All-Pro Wide Receiver
2x Super Bowl Champion
"The Catch" 1981 NFC Championship Game

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

Riley Cooper: Philadelphia Eagles Star Wide Receiver
Florida Gators 2x BCS National Championship Team Member (2006 and 2008)


Baseball

Pete Rose: MLB's All-Time Career Hits Record Holder
Cincinnati Reds/ Philadelphia Phillies 17x MLB All-Star
1963 National League ROY
1973 National League MVP
3x World Series Champion

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

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

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

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

Jim Bunning: Detroit Tigers/ Philadelphia Phillies 9x MLB All-Star Pitcher
Perfect Game on June 21, 1964
2,855 Career Strikeouts
Class of 1996 Baseball HOF

Johnny Bench: Cincinnati Reds 14x MLB All-Star Catcher
1970 and 1972 National League Most Valuable Player
1975 and 1976 World Series Champion
1976 World Series MVP
10x NL Gold Glove Award Winner
Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 1989

Andre Dawson: Chicago Cubs/ Montreal Expos 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

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

Tommy Lasorda: Former Los Angeles Dodgers Manager
2x World Series Champion 1981 and 1988
2x National League Manager of the Year 1983 and 1988
Class of 1997 Baseball Hall of Fame

Mitch Williams: Texas Rangers/ Chicago Cubs/ Philadelphia Phillies MLB All-Star Pitcher
1993 National League Champion (Phillies)

Lenny Dykstra: NY Mets/ Philadelphia Phillies 3x MLB All-Star Centerfielder
1986 World Series Champion (Mets)
2x National League Hits Leader

Bake McBride: St. Louis Cardinals/ Philadelphia Phillies/ Cleveland Indians All-Star Outfielder
1974 National League Rookie of the Year
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Bob Boone: California Angels/ Philadelphia Phillies/ KC Royals 4x MLB All-Star Catcher
7x Gold Glove Award Winner
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Bobby Wine: Philadelphia Phillies/ Montreal Expos Star Shortstop
1963 Gold Glove Award Winner
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies Coach)

Dallas Green: Philadelphia Phillies/ New York Mets player and manager
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies Manager)

Del Unser: Philadelphia Phillies/ Washington Senators Star Centerfielder
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Dickie Noles: Philadelphia Phillies/ Chicago Cubs/ Texas Rangers Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Gary Maddox: SF Giants/ Philadelphia Phillies Star Centerfielder
Eight Consecutive Gold Glove Awards 1975-1982
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

George Vukovich: Philadelphia Phillies/ Cleveland Indians Star Outfielder
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Greg Gross: Philadelphia Phillies/ Houston Astros/ Chicago Cubs Star Outfielder
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Keith Moreland: Philadelphia Phillies/ Chicago Cubs Star Outfielder
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Kevin Saucier: Philadelphia Phillies/ Detroit Tigers Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Larry Bowa: Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop, Coach and Manager
5x MLB All-Star Shortstop
2x Gold Glove Award Winner
2001 National League Manager of the Year
1980 World Series Champion

Larry Christenson: Philadelphia Phillies/ Detroit Tigers Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Lee Elia: Philadelphia Phillies/ Chicago Cubs Manager

Lonnie Smith: Philadelphia Phillies/ STL Cardinals/ KC Royals/ Atlanta Braves All-Star Outfielder
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)
1982 and 1985 World Series Champion (Cardinals)
1989 National League Comeback Player of the Year

Marty Bystrom: Philadelphia Phillies/ New York Yankees Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Ozzie Virgil: Philadelphia Phillies/ Atlanta Braves/ Toronto Blue Jays 2x MLB All-Star Catcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Ron Reed: Philadelphia Phillies/ STL Cardinals/ Atlanta Braves MLB All-Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Ruben Amaro: Philadelphia Phillies/ STL Cardinals/ Yankees Star Shortstop
1964 Gold Glove Award Winner
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies Coach)

Sparky Lyle: Philadelphia Phillies/ Boston Red Sox/ New York Yankees/ Texas Rangers 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
1977 National League Cy Young Award Winner
1977 World Series Cahmpion (Yankees)
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)

Warren Brusstar: Philadelphia Phillies/ Chicago Cubs Star Pitcher
1980 World Series Champion (Phillies)


Olympics

Michael Phelps: Most Decorated Olympic Athlete in World History
18x Olympic Gold Medal Winner
22x Olympic Medalist (Bronze, Silver and Gold combined)


Boxing

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

Larry Holmes: WBC Heavyweight Champion from 1978 to 1983
IBF Heavyweight Champion from 1983 to 1985
23 Successful Title Defenses
Class of 2007 World Boxing Hall of Fame
Class of 2008 International Boxing Hall of Fame

Tommy 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

Jake Lamotta: Former Middleweight Championship boxer
Portrayed by Robert DeNiro in The Raging Bull


Competitive Eating

Joey Chestnut: 8x Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion


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