D.J. Dozier Private Signing - April 4, 2012 (need all items by March 31, 2012)

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DJ Dozier was a two-sport star playing both baseball and football. In baseball, he spent time in the New York Mets system with a brief call-up in 1992. He also spent some time in the minors with the Padres. As for his football career, DJ was a first round draft pick (#14 overall) in 1987. DJ played 4 years for the Minnesota Vikings and one year for the Detroit Lions. DJ was a consensus First Team All-American in 1986 while playing for Penn State. Because of his impressive college career, he is on the cover over a Sports Illustrated from 1985.

DJ is 23% TTM with no returns since 2004 so he isn't the easiest to graph to get.

Pricing:
Cards - $5.00 per
SIs/flats up to 11x14/mini helmets - $10.00 per
All other items - $15.00 per
Bulk discount (10+ items) = PM me
Inscriptions - $5.00

I have the following cards available for free. Please include in the TM that you want my card so I can set it aside for you.

Baseball:
1991 Line Drive AA x 2
1991 Procards x 2
1991 Bowman x 2
1991 Classic Best x 4
1991 Upper Deck x 7
1992 Bowman x 3
1992 Skybox x 2
1993 Donruss x 2

Football:
1989 Score Supplemental x 1
1989 Topps x 1
1991 Pacific Flashcards x 1
1992 Topps x 5

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This signing is taking place on Wednesday, April 4, 2012. I will need ALL items by Saturday, March 31, 2012.

All deals MUST go through the Trade Manager.

All items MUST come with a SASE.

All items MUST be tagged with a sticky note indicating your name and/or username.

If you have any questions feel free to post in this thread or PM me.
 
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For some reason i recall him being a preacher now but i could be wrong
 

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I remember chasing this chump in AAA. I was one of a handful of people who got him that weekend and it was a mob scene.

He definitely wasn't easy to get in the minors, that's for sure. I actually played a softball playoff game against him a few years ago and he couldn't have been nicer.

For some reason i recall him being a preacher now but i could be wrong

Mark, I don't know if he is a preacher but from what I know he is very involved in the church.
 

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I have the following cards available. As always, the card is free with the purchase of the autograph and SASE.

Baseball:
1990 Score Rookie/Traded x 4
1990 Star x 1
1991 Bowman x 5
1991 Classic (purple border) x 1
1991 Classic (red border) x 1
1991 Classic Best x 7
1991 Lin eDrive AA x 3
1991 Upper Deck x 11
1991 Procards x 1
1992 Bowman x 3
1992 Donruss x 6
1992 Skybox AAA x 2
1993 Donruss x 3

Football:
1988 Topps x 3
1989 Score Supplemental x 2
1989 Topps x 1
1991 Pacific Flashcards x 1
1991 Score x 3
1992 Topps x 2
2005 Topps All-American x 2

Pics will be added tonight.
 

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Just wanna get some input from other SG people out there. I am looking to get in on this signing and just cant seem to find the right item. If it comes down to it I might just do a mini helmet, but was really thinking I might be starting a Jo Pa memory piece. I have a good 11x14 of the Jo Pa statue with the guys in the background and feel this could be a good piece for guys who came up under him, 50 years worth. What are your opinions? Just not sure that is the piece I want to start or if it is even a good idea or not. Thanks and I plan to send my item in the next few days.
 

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With the vast amount of Penn Staters out there, an 11 of the Joe Pa statue would be pretty cool IMO...you could get a ton of graphs on it, and it would end up looking nicer than just a logo sheet.
 
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