Tom Seaver Autograph

Tom Seaver

George Thomas Seaver (born November 17, 1944), nicknamed Tom Terrific and The Franchise, is a retired Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher. He pitched from 1967 to 1986 for four teams, but is noted primarily for his time with the New York Mets and especially for his important role in the team's 1969 World Championship. During a 20-year career, Seaver compiled 311 wins, 3,640 strikeouts, 61 shutouts and a 2.86 earned run average. In 1992, he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the highest percentage of votes ever recorded at the time (98.84%; subsequently surpassed in 2016 by Ken Griffey Jr. with 99.32%), and is one of two players (with Mike Piazza) wearing a New York Mets hat on his plaque in the Hall of Fame. As of 2016, Seaver, Mike Piazza and Gil Hodges (who played for the expansion Mets in 1962–63) are the only Mets players to have their jersey numbers retired by the team (Hodges' number was retired as a manager even though he also played for the Mets). More about Tom Seaver

The most expensive item with a signature of Tom Seaver (Tom Seaver autographed professional model baseball bat c Lot 132) was sold on eBay in July 2015 for $1400.00 while the cheapest item (Tom Seaver #18 Sketch Card Limited 4/50 Edward Vela Signed) found a new owner for $0.99 in January 2019. The month with the most items sold (134) was December 2008 with an average selling price of $36.19 for an autographed item of Tom Seaver. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2014 with $88.61 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $8.75 was November 2017. In average, an autographed item from Tom Seaver is worth $44.67.

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Current items with a signature of Tom Seaver

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TOM SEAVER 1978 TOPPS 450 REDS LEGEND SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED CARD PSA/DNA HOF $59.95
Tom Seaver Autographed 4x6 Post Card with 8x10 Photo$139.00
Tom Seaver Autographed First Day Cover New York Mets Beckett BAS #E48967 - Beckett Authentication$38.99
Tom Seaver Autographed Framed Photo / w JSA sticker & cert$145.00
TOM SEAVER gold ink SIGNED #'d/ltd card + uncut sheets, PROMO cards Nice group !$19.99
TOM SEAVER New York Mets AUTOGRAPHED 8x11 magazine page MLB baseball Pc1242$20.00
Tom Seaver Signed Autographed 2.5x3.5 Vintage Cut Signature Beckett BAS - Beckett Authentication$27.99
TOM SEAVER SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 8x10 PHOTO + HOF 92 NY METS LEGEND BECKETT BAS$135.00
Tom Seaver Signed Windup with Chicago 8x10$149.00

Traded items with a signature of Tom Seaver

In total, we tracked 5916 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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Life Size Tom Seaver Signed 300th Win wTicket Stub$250.00
TOM SEAVER AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS ILLUSTRATED PSA/DNA$50.00
TOM SEAVER AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY TRISTAR$69.99
TOM SEAVER NEW YORK METS AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY TRI STAR$94.94
UDA TOM SEAVER AUTO M&N 1969 JERSEY SIGNED UPPER DECK$151.77

Tom Seaver signed Baseball Trading Cards by Manufacturer

Traded Balls with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Balls with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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1983 New York Mets STRAWBERRY ROOKIE Signed BASEBALL hof old auto Tom Seaver$112.49
1986 AL Champion BOSTON RED SOX Signed TOM SEAVER CLEMENS BASEBALL hof JSA Team$161.99
TOM SEAVER HOF 92 1969 WSC HOF METS REDS WHITE SOX SIGNED AUTO BASEBALL JSA $169.99
TOM SEAVER ROLLIE FINGERS METS A'S HOF SIGNED AUTO L/E FOTOBALL BASEBALL COA $79.99

Traded Bats with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Bats with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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Tom Seaver autographed Cooperstown bat #209 of 250$132.50
Tom Seaver signed Cooperstown Bat LE250 MLB HOLO$99.99
Tom Seaver signed Cooperstown bat-JSA L.O.A.$71.01
Tom Seaver signed H.O.F mini bat$12.05

Traded Hats with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Hats with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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HOFer TOM SEAVER signed NY Mets cap - Spence LOA$44.99
New York Mets TOM SEAVER signed fitted Hat/Cap$30.99
TOM SEAVER AUTO SIGNED AUTHENTIC NEW ERA HAT PSA/DNA$21.05
Tom Seaver Signed Autographed Baseball Hat Cap PSA$58.05

Traded Helmets with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Helmets with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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NEW YORK METS MLB MINI HELMET SIGNED BY TOM SEAVER$10.99
NY METS TOM SEAVER SIGNED AUTO JERSEY PSA DNA COA$76.02
NY METS TOM SEAVER SIGNED AUTO STAT JERSEY TOM TERRIFIC$43.59
TOM SEAVER SIGNED NEW YORK METS MINI HELMET-COA-REDS$19.95

Traded Index Cards with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Index Cards with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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Cincinnati Reds 5 card signed index lot w/ Tom Seaver$10.56
SIGNED/AUTOGRAPHED 3X5 INDEX CARD HOF TOM SEAVER$15.00
TOM SEAVER signed autographed 3x5 index card!$13.49
Tom Seaver signed Index Card - JSA/BVG Slab$9.95

Traded Jerseys with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Jerseys with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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TOM SEAVER AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY TRISTAR$69.99
TOM SEAVER NEW YORK METS AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY TRI STAR$94.94
TOM SEAVER NEW YORK METS AUTOGRAPHED JERSEY TRI STAR$51.00
UDA TOM SEAVER AUTO M&N 1969 JERSEY SIGNED UPPER DECK$151.77

Traded Lithographs, Posters or Prints with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Lithographs, Posters or Prints with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Autographed/signed Tom Seaver plaque New York Mets RARE$12.51
Life Size Tom Seaver Signed 300th Win wTicket Stub$250.00
TOM SEAVER 69 WSC signed 69 WS MINI MEGA TICKET-METS$50.00
Tom Seaver signed Mets Stat jersey PSA/DNA 10 psa + AAA$170.00

Traded Magazines with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Magazines with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
TOM SEAVER AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS ILLUSTRATED PSA/DNA$50.00
Tom Seaver autographed sports illustrated$31.00
Tom Seaver autographed Sports Illustrated Magazine-GAI$19.99
Tom Seaver-HAND SIGNED-1979 The Sporting News-JSA$9.99

Traded Photos with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Photos with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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Autographed 8x10 TOM SEAVER #20 9/5/69 New York Mets photo - COA$89.99
Autographed 8x10 TOM SEAVER With the Boss New York Mets photo - COA$67.99
Tom Seaver New York Mets Autographed 8x10 Photograph$55.00
Tom Seaver Red Sox Signed 8x10 Photo Autograph Auto PSA/DNA X93998$19.00

Traded Postcards with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Postcards with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Tom Seaver autographed gateway catche with COA$10.49
Tom Seaver autographed gateway catche with coa$29.00
Tom Seaver HOF signed autographed B&W postcard Reds SEE$43.85
TOM SEAVER Perez Steele HOF Postcard Unsigned$5.50

Traded Trading Cards with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these Trading Cards with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1973 TOPPS #350 TOM SEAVER SIGNED AUTHOGRAPHED CARD$29.00
Tom Seaver 1968 Topps #45 PSADNA Signed Autographed Auto Mets 83483391$80.00
TOM SEAVER AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED 1982 TOPPS CARD #31 - PSA/DNA CERTIFIED$45.00
TOM SEAVER SIGNED CARD 100% AUTHENTIC!!!$39.00

Traded other items with a signature of Tom Seaver

Most recently, these other items with a signature of Tom Seaver were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Tom Seaver Auto Autographed Ceramic Card Ltd Ed #340/1000 Armstrongs Pro Ceramic$60.00
Tom Seaver Autographed 'Seaver' Biography Hardcover Book$85.00
Tom Seaver Autographed 1970 Topps Baseball card SGC Authentic$50.00
Tom Seaver Signed 1973 Topps #350 / Autographed$32.99

Latest News about Tom Seaver

Imagining every NL team's free-agent pitch to Bryce Harper (12/08/18): Bryce Harper is 26 years old, a superstar athlete, and a free agent who's about to become an unimaginably rich man. The entire baseball world sits at his feet.We took a shot on behalf of everybody in baseball and imagined what each team's pitch to Harper might look like. Today, we're letting the National League franchises try and woo Harper. You can check out what the 15 American League clubs had to say here.Arizona DiamondbacksWho's in the room: Owner Ken Kendrick, president Derrick Hall, GM Mike Hazen, manager Torey Lovullo, special assistant/D-Backs Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, Las Vegas mayor Carolyn GoodmanThe pitch: Bryce, we don't have to sell you on life in the desert because you grew up in Las Vegas. That's just a little bit up the road, you know - and that's one thing we can offer you that nobody else can. We're the closest you're going to get to playing in your hometown, since we're only a one-hour flight away - and that's literally one hour, as Sky Harbor Airport is right down the street from Chase Field. You could go home every night if you wanted!If you join us in Arizona, you're going to have it all. Comfort and convenience, family, and a fantastic environment to play in - just ask Randy here about how great it is to win with the Diamondbacks. And yes, we just traded Paul Goldschmidt, but that's only opened the door for you to become the catalyst for our franchise's quick turnaround. You replacing Goldy in the lineup is the final piece - and when we do win, you can bring that trophy home to Vegas, where Mayor Goodman here will throw you a second parade. Did we mention your hometown is really close to us?Atlanta BravesWho's in the room: Chairman Terry McGuirk, GM Alex Anthopoulos, manager Brian Snitker, first baesman Freddie Freeman, senior vice-president Hank AaronThe pitch: You saw our team up close this year. We beat you and the Nats 10 times to steal the NL East. Impressive, no? Now imagine what we could do with you, Freddie, Josh (Donaldson), and Ronald (Acuna Jr.) anchoring this lineup together for many years to come. Think about how much you love hitting in SunTrust Park - .315/.471/.667 with five homers in 70 PAs. We built this place for you. This could be your home for a long, long time. Imagine what your career might look like playing half of your games here with this kind of protection. If you want to control the NL East again, you'll come to Atlanta and follow in Hank's footsteps as an all-time great Brave.Chicago Cubs Rob Carr / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Fellow Las Vegas native and good friend Kris Bryant, president Theo Epstein, manager Joe Maddon, Cubs superfan Eddie Vedder. Only Bryant speaks.The pitch: Bryce, how long have we known each other? How long have we been talking about playing together in the majors, man? I can't believe this is so close to reality. You know that we aren't the Cubs of old anymore - we win now. Come on over and help us get back on top. A three-headed monster of you, me, and Rizz (Anthony Rizzo) for the next decade would be unstoppable. We'll make bobbleheads of you and your dog, Wrigley - seriously, how can you have a dog named Wrigley and not do this? It's a match made in heaven and you know it.Cincinnati RedsWho's in the room: Owner Bob Castellini, first baseman Joey Votto, franchise icons Johnny Bench and Barry Larkin, Reds fans George Clooney and David LettermanThe pitch: You can't think of baseball without thinking of Cincinnati. The first professional team. The "Big Red Machine." Joey, your future teammate. We could go on. We know you love Ohio - by the way, this contract will also give you free Buckeye gear and an on-demand limo to Columbus any time you'd like - so this is a perfect fit.Anyway, our turnaround as a franchise is starting now, and it's starting with you joining Joey to form a Hall of Fame duo atop our lineup in the National League's best hitter's park not named Coors Field. Every star should get to experience winning in a Reds uniform, and now you'll get to see why. Our time is just starting to arrive.Colorado RockiesWho's in the room: Manager Bud Black, GM Jeff Bridich, third baseman Nolan Arenado, Rockies icon Todd Helton, Denver sports champions Peyton Manning and Joe SakicThe pitch: Ever imagine what your raw numbers would look like if you played 81 home games 5,200 feet above sea level? Of course you have. So come find out for yourself and spend the next decade raking at Coors Field. Denver isn't only a quick flight home to Las Vegas, but one of America's coolest cities. Once you sign here, you'll quickly find that Colorado is the home you've been looking for.Los Angeles Dodgers Rob Tringali / Major League Baseball / GettyWho's in the room: Part-owner Magic Johnson, manager Dave Roberts, pitcher Clayton Kershaw, elderly cheerleader Tommy LasordaThe pitch: You're the biggest name in baseball, Bryce. And do you know where the biggest names in the world belong? Hollywood.Being a superstar in Los Angeles is just different. Your legend and your image will grow here by leaps and bounds. You want to remake "Space Jam" with baseball players? It's L.A., we'll make it happen. National endorsements? You got it. Bryce, you're a Hollywood personality, a superstar, and this is where superstars belong.And oh, by the way, we're the two-time defending National League champions, have boatloads of money, and we will stop at nothing to bring a World Series back to Dodger Stadium. Hollywood is at your feet, Bryce. What are you waiting for?Miami MarlinsWho's in the room: CEO Derek Jeter, president Michael Hill, Miami-area musician PitbullThis is the city you want to be seen in. And this is the city you want to win in. Yes, winning may not come immediately, but after you lend us some credibility by signing here, everyone will want to flock to South Beach. You've got flash and flair on the field, qualities that you share with our city and our team - we love sizzle, bat flips, and energy; it's a match made in heaven. And the best part of all this is that we're not like any of the Marlins' old owners. We can now guarantee that you won't be traded and we won't tear this all down a year from now. This is your franchise, your city, and teal is "your colores."Come be "Miami Bryce." Hey, that's got a nice ring to it.Milwaukee BrewersWho's in the room: Owner Mark Attanasio, GM David Stearns, manager Craig Counsell, outfielder Ryan Braun, football star Aaron Rodgers, freakishly tall man Giannis AntetokounmpoThe pitch: We might be the smallest market in baseball, but Milwaukee's about to hit the big time. In addition to getting all the support in the world from a fantastic owner and great fans, you'll get to enjoy all that our underrated city has to offer, including a fantastic architecture museum that will grant you and your family free admission. We'll let you run in the sausage race once a year. And most importantly, you'll win. We haven't had a championship parade in downtown Milwaukee in a while, but we're awfully close to one now. After your parade is over, we'll build your statue and place it right next to the bronze likeness of Arthur Fonzarelli, who you'll surpass to become Wisconsin's coolest dude ever. Ayyyyyyyy, that's a sweet deal!New York Mets Jim McIsaac / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: GM Brodie Van Wagenen, manager Mickey Callaway, retired Mets luminaries David Wright, Mike Piazza, and Tom Seaver, celebrity fan Jerry SeinfeldThe pitch: OK, Bryce, you win. We can't take it anymore. For the last seven years, you've caused the entire borough of Queens great pain and anguish by teeing off on our pitching and raking at Citi Field.So how about you come help us out now?You know what kind of pitching you're going to play behind if you join the Mets. You know our ballpark well, you know this division well, and you know our fans well. But do you know what it's like to win in New York? Because there is nothing on earth like it. And winning with the Mets is even better. You win here in Flushing and you'll have a legacy in this city that can never be touched, as well as a unique spot among the all-time Mets greats. We'll even let you keep your beard the whole time!This isn't the Mets you've played against, is our point. We've made a huge push already this winter and we're not about to stop now. We're ready to take back the NL East, Bryce, and we're ready to take back New York City. You in?Philadelphia PhilliesWho's in the room: Owner John Middleton, GM Matt Klentak, manager Gabe Kapler, retired Phillies icons Mike Schmidt, Jimmy Rollins, and Chase Utley, the Phillie Phanatic and Gritty, each holding giant sacks of moneyThe pitch: We know you love to hit at Citizens Bank Park - we're actually painfully aware of this fact. You know we have the money. We've already traded for one All-Star and we aren't about to stop spending for more of them. So what's not to like here? We'll pair you with superstars, we'll provide you with the winning you crave, and we'll make you a hero to the most passionate group of sports fans on this planet. Experience Philly from this side of the fence, Bryce. There's nothing on earth like it.Pittsburgh PiratesWho's in the room: Manager Clint Hurdle, GM Neal Huntington, popular Pittsburghers Mario Lemieux, Sidney Crosby, and Ben RoethlisbergerThe pitch: How does hitting into a 321-foot right-field porch for the next decade sound to you? We can already see that's got you thinking. Here in Pittsburgh, we've got the finest ballpark in the land, unlimited Primanti Brothers sandwiches, and the chance for you to revitalize our city's oldest franchise in a town that lives and breathes sports. And if you do this, we'll actually have a reason to start spending some money. Come take a chance on us.San Diego PadresWho's in the room: GM A.J. Preller, first baseman Eric Hosmer, Padres greats Dave Winfield and Trevor HoffmanThe pitch: It's San Diego, man. America's finest city. Who doesn't want to live here?But seriously, we can offer you more than just incredible weather and fish tacos. We've got the best farm system in baseball, and they're about to graduate to the show, so you're getting in on the ground floor. Eric saw this last winter and jumped at the chance. San Diego is also a military town, and we know that you love honoring our true heroes - we'll give you every opportunity to expand your reach in working with our veterans. Plus, we're close to Las Vegas - round-trip flights home on any off-day you'd like! And did we mention the weather and fish tacos? Ours is a package that you know is too good to beat.San Francisco Giants Denis Poroy / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: President Farhan Zaidi, manager Bruce Bochy, players Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner, baseball great Willie MaysThe pitch: Everybody seems to be counting us out right now, Bryce, but the straight truth is this golden era of Giants baseball isn't dead yet. We've simply been retooling and the injury bug hit us. So not only have we won recently and plan to win again with you, Madison, and Buster for a long time, but we'll give you all the cultural advantages that San Francisco has to offer. You already love this city; you've shown it countless times on social media. Our laid-back vibe just fits you perfectly off the field. Speaking of which, did you hear the Warriors are moving in next door? Kevin Durant loves our vibe too. You guys can hang out together! You can see why joining our historic franchise in your favorite city really is the best possible fit.Oh, and by the way, we went ahead and non-tendered Hunter Strickland for you last week. Consider that a little signing bonus.St. Louis CardinalsWho's in the room: President John Mozeliak, manager Mike Shildt, franchise icons Ozzie Smith and Yadier Molina, rapper NellyThe pitch: We know that Nelly already pitched you on some of the virtues of living in St. Louis, so now it's time to talk baseball.This is baseball heaven. St. Louis is a baseball city through and through, and you can't understand that until you get here. Remember when we rented Mark McGwire in 1997? He quickly signed on for longer and never left. Ditto Matt Holliday a few years ago. Paul Goldschmidt doesn't know yet, but he's about to do the same thing. Wearing our uniform just feels different, as you'll quickly learn. Yes, other clubs have history, but we have the community and passion you've been longing for alongside the rich heritage. You can't find that anywhere else.With no NFL team in St. Louis anymore, it's just us in the summer and October. So here's the cash, the no-trade clause, the commitment to winning, and the chance to own baseball heaven for the rest of your life.Washington NationalsWho's in the room: The Lerner family, manager Dave Martinez, GM Mike Rizzo, longtime teammates Ryan Zimmerman, Stephen Strasburg, and Max Scherzer, Washington D.C. mayor Muriel BowserThe pitch: We don't have to pitch you on what you know, Bryce. This has been your home, and it should continue to be your home. You know that D.C. was without a baseball team for almost 40 years and then you resurrected the sport here. You also know that this city is dying to win its first World Series since the Coolidge administration. You watched the Capitals hoist the Cup back in June. We don't have to tell you how we treat winners in this town.We can pay you the money. We've proven already that we're willing and able to spend money to improve the team around you when required. So it comes down to this: What do you want your legacy in Washington to be, Bryce? Do you really want to walk away from what you've helped create here and miss out on what's to come? This is already your franchise, and now you can make sure it's yours forever. Stay the course - don't make a choice that you'll come to regret.

Former C-N coach Joey Seaver dies unexpectedly at age 54 (12/06/18): JEFFERSON CITY – Former Carson-Newman baseball coach Joey Seaver passed away unexpectedly late Monday evening at the age of 54.

Seaver, former C-N coach, passes away at 54 (12/05/18): JEFFERSON CITY—Former Carson-Newman baseball coach Joey Seaver passed away late Monday evening at the age of 54.

Cy Young trophies for deGrom, Snell reflect analytics' impact (11/14/18): The Mets ace took home his trophy with just 10 wins, the Rays hurler with just over 180 IP, so voters looked deeper at their performance.

What sets Jacob deGrom's Cy-worthy season apart? (11/13/18): If the Mets ace wins the NL Cy Young Award on Wednesday -- as he should -- we'll know for sure that judging pitchers' performances has entered a new age.

Older News Stories about Tom Seaver

Imagining every NL team's free-agent pitch to Bryce Harper (12/2018): Bryce Harper is 26 years old, a superstar athlete, and a free agent who's about to become an unimaginably rich man. The entire baseball world sits at his feet.We took a shot on behalf of everybody in baseball and imagined what each team's pitch to Harper might look like. Today, we're letting the National League franchises try and woo Harper. You can check out what the 15 American League clubs had to say here.Arizona DiamondbacksWho's in the room: Owner Ken Kendrick, president Derrick Hall, GM Mike Hazen, manager Torey Lovullo, special assistant/D-Backs Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, Las Vegas mayor Carolyn GoodmanThe pitch: Bryce, we don't have to sell you on life in the desert because you grew up in Las Vegas. That's just a little bit up the road, you know - and that's one thing we can offer you that nobody else can. We're the closest you're going to get to playing in your hometown, since we're only a one-hour flight away - and that's literally one hour, as Sky Harbor Airport is right down the street from Chase Field. You could go home every night if you wanted!If you join us in Arizona, you're going to have it all. Comfort and convenience, family, and a fantastic environment to play in - just ask Randy here about how great it is to win with the Diamondbacks. And yes, we just traded Paul Goldschmidt, but that's only opened the door for you to become the catalyst for our franchise's quick turnaround. You replacing Goldy in the lineup is the final piece - and when we do win, you can bring that trophy home to Vegas, where Mayor Goodman here will throw you a second parade. Did we mention your hometown is really close to us?Atlanta BravesWho's in the room: Chairman Terry McGuirk, GM Alex Anthopoulos, manager Brian Snitker, first baesman Freddie Freeman, senior vice-president Hank AaronThe pitch: You saw our team up close this year. We beat you and the Nats 10 times to steal the NL East. Impressive, no? Now imagine what we could do with you, Freddie, Josh (Donaldson), and Ronald (Acuna Jr.) anchoring this lineup together for many years to come. Think about how much you love hitting in SunTrust Park - .315/.471/.667 with five homers in 70 PAs. We built this place for you. This could be your home for a long, long time. Imagine what your career might look like playing half of your games here with this kind of protection. If you want to control the NL East again, you'll come to Atlanta and follow in Hank's footsteps as an all-time great Brave.Chicago Cubs Rob Carr / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: Fellow Las Vegas native and good friend Kris Bryant, president Theo Epstein, manager Joe Maddon, Cubs superfan Eddie Vedder. Only Bryant speaks.The pitch: Bryce, how long have we known each other? How long have we been talking about playing together in the majors, man? I can't believe this is so close to reality. You know that we aren't the Cubs of old anymore - we win now. Come on over and help us get back on top. A three-headed monster of you, me, and Rizz (Anthony Rizzo) for the next decade would be unstoppable. We'll make bobbleheads of you and your dog, Wrigley - seriously, how can you have a dog named Wrigley and not do this? It's a match made in heaven and you know it.Cincinnati RedsWho's in the room: Owner Bob Castellini, first baseman Joey Votto, franchise icons Johnny Bench and Barry Larkin, Reds fans George Clooney and David LettermanThe pitch: You can't think of baseball without thinking of Cincinnati. The first professional team. The "Big Red Machine." Joey, your future teammate. We could go on. We know you love Ohio - by the way, this contract will also give you free Buckeye gear and an on-demand limo to Columbus any time you'd like - so this is a perfect fit.Anyway, our turnaround as a franchise is starting now, and it's starting with you joining Joey to form a Hall of Fame duo atop our lineup in the National League's best hitter's park not named Coors Field. Every star should get to experience winning in a Reds uniform, and now you'll get to see why. Our time is just starting to arrive.Colorado RockiesWho's in the room: Manager Bud Black, GM Jeff Bridich, third baseman Nolan Arenado, Rockies icon Todd Helton, Denver sports champions Peyton Manning and Joe SakicThe pitch: Ever imagine what your raw numbers would look like if you played 81 home games 5,200 feet above sea level? Of course you have. So come find out for yourself and spend the next decade raking at Coors Field. Denver isn't only a quick flight home to Las Vegas, but one of America's coolest cities. Once you sign here, you'll quickly find that Colorado is the home you've been looking for.Los Angeles Dodgers Rob Tringali / Major League Baseball / GettyWho's in the room: Part-owner Magic Johnson, manager Dave Roberts, pitcher Clayton Kershaw, elderly cheerleader Tommy LasordaThe pitch: You're the biggest name in baseball, Bryce. And do you know where the biggest names in the world belong? Hollywood.Being a superstar in Los Angeles is just different. Your legend and your image will grow here by leaps and bounds. You want to remake "Space Jam" with baseball players? It's L.A., we'll make it happen. National endorsements? You got it. Bryce, you're a Hollywood personality, a superstar, and this is where superstars belong.And oh, by the way, we're the two-time defending National League champions, have boatloads of money, and we will stop at nothing to bring a World Series back to Dodger Stadium. Hollywood is at your feet, Bryce. What are you waiting for?Miami MarlinsWho's in the room: CEO Derek Jeter, president Michael Hill, Miami-area musician PitbullThis is the city you want to be seen in. And this is the city you want to win in. Yes, winning may not come immediately, but after you lend us some credibility by signing here, everyone will want to flock to South Beach. You've got flash and flair on the field, qualities that you share with our city and our team - we love sizzle, bat flips, and energy; it's a match made in heaven. And the best part of all this is that we're not like any of the Marlins' old owners. We can now guarantee that you won't be traded and we won't tear this all down a year from now. This is your franchise, your city, and teal is "your colores."Come be "Miami Bryce." Hey, that's got a nice ring to it.Milwaukee BrewersWho's in the room: Owner Mark Attanasio, GM David Stearns, manager Craig Counsell, outfielder Ryan Braun, football star Aaron Rodgers, freakishly tall man Giannis AntetokounmpoThe pitch: We might be the smallest market in baseball, but Milwaukee's about to hit the big time. In addition to getting all the support in the world from a fantastic owner and great fans, you'll get to enjoy all that our underrated city has to offer, including a fantastic architecture museum that will grant you and your family free admission. We'll let you run in the sausage race once a year. And most importantly, you'll win. We haven't had a championship parade in downtown Milwaukee in a while, but we're awfully close to one now. After your parade is over, we'll build your statue and place it right next to the bronze likeness of Arthur Fonzarelli, who you'll surpass to become Wisconsin's coolest dude ever. Ayyyyyyyy, that's a sweet deal!New York Mets Jim McIsaac / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: GM Brodie Van Wagenen, manager Mickey Callaway, retired Mets luminaries David Wright, Mike Piazza, and Tom Seaver, celebrity fan Jerry SeinfeldThe pitch: OK, Bryce, you win. We can't take it anymore. For the last seven years, you've caused the entire borough of Queens great pain and anguish by teeing off on our pitching and raking at Citi Field.So how about you come help us out now?You know what kind of pitching you're going to play behind if you join the Mets. You know our ballpark well, you know this division well, and you know our fans well. But do you know what it's like to win in New York? Because there is nothing on earth like it. And winning with the Mets is even better. You win here in Flushing and you'll have a legacy in this city that can never be touched, as well as a unique spot among the all-time Mets greats. We'll even let you keep your beard the whole time!This isn't the Mets you've played against, is our point. We've made a huge push already this winter and we're not about to stop now. We're ready to take back the NL East, Bryce, and we're ready to take back New York City. You in?Philadelphia PhilliesWho's in the room: Owner John Middleton, GM Matt Klentak, manager Gabe Kapler, retired Phillies icons Mike Schmidt, Jimmy Rollins, and Chase Utley, the Phillie Phanatic and Gritty, each holding giant sacks of moneyThe pitch: We know you love to hit at Citizens Bank Park - we're actually painfully aware of this fact. You know we have the money. We've already traded for one All-Star and we aren't about to stop spending for more of them. So what's not to like here? We'll pair you with superstars, we'll provide you with the winning you crave, and we'll make you a hero to the most passionate group of sports fans on this planet. Experience Philly from this side of the fence, Bryce. There's nothing on earth like it.Pittsburgh PiratesWho's in the room: Manager Clint Hurdle, GM Neal Huntington, popular Pittsburghers Mario Lemieux, Sidney Crosby, and Ben RoethlisbergerThe pitch: How does hitting into a 321-foot right-field porch for the next decade sound to you? We can already see that's got you thinking. Here in Pittsburgh, we've got the finest ballpark in the land, unlimited Primanti Brothers sandwiches, and the chance for you to revitalize our city's oldest franchise in a town that lives and breathes sports. And if you do this, we'll actually have a reason to start spending some money. Come take a chance on us.San Diego PadresWho's in the room: GM A.J. Preller, first baseman Eric Hosmer, Padres greats Dave Winfield and Trevor HoffmanThe pitch: It's San Diego, man. America's finest city. Who doesn't want to live here?But seriously, we can offer you more than just incredible weather and fish tacos. We've got the best farm system in baseball, and they're about to graduate to the show, so you're getting in on the ground floor. Eric saw this last winter and jumped at the chance. San Diego is also a military town, and we know that you love honoring our true heroes - we'll give you every opportunity to expand your reach in working with our veterans. Plus, we're close to Las Vegas - round-trip flights home on any off-day you'd like! And did we mention the weather and fish tacos? Ours is a package that you know is too good to beat.San Francisco Giants Denis Poroy / Getty Images Sport / GettyWho's in the room: President Farhan Zaidi, manager Bruce Bochy, players Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner, baseball great Willie MaysThe pitch: Everybody seems to be counting us out right now, Bryce, but the straight truth is this golden era of Giants baseball isn't dead yet. We've simply been retooling and the injury bug hit us. So not only have we won recently and plan to win again with you, Madison, and Buster for a long time, but we'll give you all the cultural advantages that San Francisco has to offer. You already love this city; you've shown it countless times on social media. Our laid-back vibe just fits you perfectly off the field. Speaking of which, did you hear the Warriors are moving in next door? Kevin Durant loves our vibe too. You guys can hang out together! You can see why joining our historic franchise in your favorite city really is the best possible fit.Oh, and by the way, we went ahead and non-tendered Hunter Strickland for you last week. Consider that a little signing bonus.St. Louis CardinalsWho's in the room: President John Mozeliak, manager Mike Shildt, franchise icons Ozzie Smith and Yadier Molina, rapper NellyThe pitch: We know that Nelly already pitched you on some of the virtues of living in St. Louis, so now it's time to talk baseball.This is baseball heaven. St. Louis is a baseball city through and through, and you can't understand that until you get here. Remember when we rented Mark McGwire in 1997? He quickly signed on for longer and never left. Ditto Matt Holliday a few years ago. Paul Goldschmidt doesn't know yet, but he's about to do the same thing. Wearing our uniform just feels different, as you'll quickly learn. Yes, other clubs have history, but we have the community and passion you've been longing for alongside the rich heritage. You can't find that anywhere else.With no NFL team in St. Louis anymore, it's just us in the summer and October. So here's the cash, the no-trade clause, the commitment to winning, and the chance to own baseball heaven for the rest of your life.Washington NationalsWho's in the room: The Lerner family, manager Dave Martinez, GM Mike Rizzo, longtime teammates Ryan Zimmerman, Stephen Strasburg, and Max Scherzer, Washington D.C. mayor Muriel BowserThe pitch: We don't have to pitch you on what you know, Bryce. This has been your home, and it should continue to be your home. You know that D.C. was without a baseball team for almost 40 years and then you resurrected the sport here. You also know that this city is dying to win its first World Series since the Coolidge administration. You watched the Capitals hoist the Cup back in June. We don't have to tell you how we treat winners in this town.We can pay you the money. We've proven already that we're willing and able to spend money to improve the team around you when required. So it comes down to this: What do you want your legacy in Washington to be, Bryce? Do you really want to walk away from what you've helped create here and miss out on what's to come? This is already your franchise, and now you can make sure it's yours forever. Stay the course - don't make a choice that you'll come to regret.

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