We’re bringing back the mail bag! A few times a year we’ll look for some questions from our social media followers, and do our best to answer them. We’ll talk about autographs, the Red Sox, running a small business, signings, whatever you guys really want to know. Have a question for our next mailbag? Shoot an email to Brian@SoxSignatures.com, and if we use your question, we’ll send you an autographed Red Sox card from our collection! This edition we talk about how we get game used memorabilia, tips for starting your own autograph business, favorite minor league stadium and much more! Be sure to comment on whether you agree or disagree or have your own insights on a topic. Let’s begin:Continue reading →
In Behind the Ink, we’re going to highlight the different signatures of current, past, and even possible future player for the Boston Red Sox and we’ll share some stories, collections, and memories along the way. I could think of no better place than to start this blog than with one of the best. Continue reading →
It might not be around much longer, so what better time than now to review the home of the Pawtucket Red Sox: McCoy Stadium! Of course you can find out all about how much a seat costs (cheap!), food reviews(pretty good!), and what else there is to do in the area (nothing!), from all kinds of other blogs and websites. But that’s not why you come to Sawx Sigs. We’re here to talk about autographs! Where, when and how to get them at this AAA ballpark.Continue reading →
$30,880.63. That’s how much Rusney Castillo would make today (before taxes) if you divide his 2016 salary by 365. It’s tough to feel anything but contempt for someone making that much per day, never mind someone who isn’t even near the top of his field and was removed from the 40-man roster.
A lot has already been written, tweeted, and joked about some of the expensive players that have seen time in Pawtucket this season: Allen Craig ($11M), Joe Kelly ($2.6M) and Rusney Castillo ($11.3M). These players were acquired to help the major league team to a World Series and they can’t even bring a winning record to a AAA team. Castillo’s season has been a disappointment in many ways. Expected to be part of the solution in left field, Castillo made all of 8 Continue reading →