How It’s Made – Game Used Jersey 8×10 Displays

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If you’ve been on our social media pages or on SoxSignatures.com, you’ve probably noticed the new 8×10 Game Used Jersey Swatch Displays we’ve started selling.  We’re pretty excited to launch our first official product that isn’t just a signed ball or jersey that anyone can sell.  We also thought it would be fun to to give a little “behind the scenes” on how these displays are made.  So we’ll start with the Paw Sox red #33 jersey worn by Williams Jerez, Robby Scott, Henry Owens and Ty Buttrey. Continue reading

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Spring Training 2016 – 3/29/16

There really is nothing like March in Ft Myers, Florida.  My yearly trek to Spring Training is always one of the highlights of the year for Sox Signatures, and this year did not disappoint.

Day 1  One of my favorite parts of htting the minor league fields is when the major league guys come over to get some extra at bats or innings in.  Today Junichi Tazawa decided to throw some extra inning and some guy named David Ortiz decided to take some extra at bats.  Obviously Papi being there drew a pretty big crowd, not just of fans but almost all the players wanted to see the big guy up close as well.  Unfortunately  I was not able to get Ortiz, but I did get Tazawa on a 2013 World Series 8×10, as well as Continue reading

Red Sox Staff Family Day – 9/27/15

Wow.  That is really all I can say about this day, wow.  My cousin was finishing up her first season as an EMT for the Red Sox, and as a Fenway employee, she had tickets to the last home game of the season, which included an event afterwards for all the Family/Friends of the Fenway staff.  The game itself was pretty emotional as it was teh last home game for Don Orsillo.  Enough has been said about his departure, but personally I’m not happy with it.  The dynamic between Don and Jerry is what I grew up with as a Sox fan, and while I have nothing against Dave O’Brien, he has some pretty big shoes to fill.  As for the game itself, Henry Owens diminated the Orioles giving up only 3 hits in 7 2/3 innings, and Blake Swihart hit a solo HR to lead the Sox to the 2-0 victory.  But the real story was after the game ended.
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