Welcome to Alex's Autographs!
Thank you for visiting. This site is dedicated to the great hobby of autograph collecting. I personally enjoy collecting autographed rookie cards of players current and retired. On this site, you will find my updates, some hints and tips, pictures of my autographs, awesome links and so much more.
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Nothing new today, unfortunately. I'm just posting this here because this is the main part of the site people check.
Contrary to popular belief, I'm not dead. I've been away from my home mailbox for a few months, so I haven't been able to check my mail, which means I haven't been able to update the site. It's a total bummer, actually.
I've also not been able to get many autograph requests out, which means that when I will be able to check my mail, there won't be much waiting for me, anyway. Double bummer.
I have purchased some boxes of cards on the Internet these past couple months, however, so I hope to get scans of the autographs I've pulled from them up shortly. I think you'll enjoy what I've gotten, there are some pretty good ones to be seen!
One note to make: See that Ron Washington contest down there? Technically it's still open. But, full disclosure, I have bad news -- I have no idea where that Ron Washington autograph went to. So, when I finally get around to closing the contest and mailing a signature out to the winner, it unfortunately won't be of Ron Washington. I'll probably send two for the inconvenience.
I'm not a fan of keeping this site inactive for so long. Just because I can't update it with autograph scans all the time doesn't mean I can't still post. I'll probably start utilizing the Rants/Articles page a bit more.
Thanks for continuing to visit, you guys are the reason I have this site.
Just answer these questions correctly to have the chance to win:
1. How many bases did Ron Washington steal in 1983?
2. What high school did Ron Washington attend?
3. What team did Ron Washington manage in 1993?
Submit your answers and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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