Eduardo Escobar, Tyson Ross and more autographs through the mail

Hello out there TTM Nation! TTM Troy here with 4 TTMs for you today! Hope everybody is gearing up for a fantastic holiday season! This time of year there are usually more holiday cards than TTMs but I hope you are still getting some great autographs through the mail as we wind down 2018! Here is what I have for you today…

First we have Tyson Ross who signed 1/1 in 73 days from the Cardinals and also signed in 170 days from the Padres. Tyson recently signed with the Tigers, so his TTM days may be over, but worth a shot early next season.

Next we have Eduardo Escobar who signed 1/1 in 52 days via the Diamondbacks. He played for the White Sox, Twins and of course the Diamondbacks. He recently signed a 3 year, $21 million contract with Arizona.

Next we have Roy Smith for the set! Mr. Simons signed 1/1 in 284 days via his home in NY. Roy played for the Indians, Twins and the Orioles and is currently a scout for the Mets.

And finally we have Doug Simons who signed 1/1 in 87 days via his job at a college in GA. He played for the Mets and the Expos and has been a Scout for the Rangers in the past.

Hope you enjoyed the video today! As always please like, share comment and subscribe. May your mailboxes be full and your stamps Forever.

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——- Card Sets Mentioned In This Video ——-

1991 Donruss Baseball

2018 Topps Baseball Hobby Box

2017 Topps Baseball Hobby Box

1990 Score Hockey

——- Collecting Resources and Supplies ——-

My Book on Autograph Collecting

Autographs From This Video:

  • Tyson Ross – 1/1 in 73 days via the Cardinals and Padres
  • Eduardo Escobar – 1/1 in 52 days via the Diamondbacks
  • Roy Smith – 1/1 in 284 days via his home in NY
  • Doug Simons – 1/1 in 87 days via his college in GA