Home of the "Ball Boys" 9 West Ridgely Road Timonium, Maryland 21093 410-560-3200 877-484-9576 toll free info@robbiesfirstbase.com Est. 1989
Home of the "Ball Boys" 9 West Ridgely RoadTimonium, Maryland 21093410-560-3200877-484-9576 toll freeinfo@robbiesfirstbase.com                                                                 Est. 1989
Derek Jeter signed P72 Game model Bat
850.00 USD
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DEREK JETER signed 34" full sized Louisville Slugger 125 P72 Engraved Model Bat. 100% AUTHENTIC! Comes with tamper proof STEINER HOLOGRAM with a matching certification card, as well as a MLB tamper proof numbered hologram.

DJS72
Manny Machado Baltimore Orioles Autographed Replica Batting Helmet (MLB Authenticated)
299.99 USD
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Manny Machado Baltimore Orioles Autographed Replica Batting Helmet
(MLB Authenticated)

MMFS13
Johnny Unitas and Raymond Berry mutli-signed Raymond Berry jersey (GA)
1,999.99 USD
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Raymond Berry & Johnny Unitas - Dual signed autographed Baltimore Colts jersey

Comes with Full LOA from Global Authentics in Carlsbad, CA.
Cert# GV856599

BERUN719

New York Yankee Stadium Original chairs    

$999.00 for single seat $1799.00 for a pair of seats.

These can be purchased online or in person at our shop. The link to purchase is in the GAME USED section of the website.

Cal Ripken, Jr. "Iron Man" Bronze #'d of 2,131 Miniature Replica Statue
49.99 USD
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This replica is a miniature of the eight-foot bronze "Ironman" statue in his now famous pose, saluting the fans at Camden Yards the night of "2131".

MSCRJ

This replica is a miniature of the eight-foot bronze "Ironman" statue  in his now famous pose, saluting the fans at Camden Yards the night of "2131", was unveiled outside the Aberdeen Md. Ripken Museum on April 2, 1997. The statue was sculpted by Baltimore artist Susan Luery and shows Ripken standing with one hand raised and one hand resting on his hip.   Then, Jim McMahan, president of the Museum, said the monument stands as a testament to the generosity of Ripken.  In cooperation with the Tufton Group Inc., which handles his business affairs, Ripken paid for the statue valued at over $100,000.

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