Found November 16, 2011 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
This sweet spot signed ball comes courtesy of Steiner Sports Memorabilia. It was on sale for an awesomely ridiculous price, a truly great discount I could not pass up. It normally sold, at the time of purchase, for 90 bucks. I picked it up for thirty big ones. I absolutely love that Clayton inscribed his number. Good. Stuff.It was a fantastic deal I took advantage of months and months ago. And by months and months ago, I mean roughly around February or March. So yeah. I sat on this for three-fourths of a year, give or take. Still though....FTW. The most embarrassing thing is that I'm still looking for the best possible case to use in displaying this awesome Kershaw Sweet Spot Auto. Any suggestions from those of you who have signed baseballs on display? The best case to keep the signature from taking in any unnecessary light, and the best case aesthetically, are the two things I'm interested in.Oh, and Steiner also provided me with this handy dandy credit card-like Certificat...

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