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Queens Baseball Convention, rescheduled 1986 Mets autograph show highlight January calendar

calendar1986 Mets Reunion Autograph Show

This weekend’s snow/ice storm postponed MAB Celebrity Services’ 1986 Mets Reunion autograph show, but it’s been rescheduled for Sunday, January 12 at the Hilton Hasbrouck Heights-Meadowlands.

So far, 18 former players and coaches have confirmed for the rescheduled date, including Keith Hernandez, Dwight Gooden, Mookie Wilson, Ray Knight and Jesse Orosco. Admission is $10, and autograph fees range from $20-$49 per player. For more information, visit MAB Celebrity Services’ website.

Queens Baseball Convention

The inaugural Queens Baseball Convention is happening on Saturday, January 18th at McFadden’s at Citi Field. There will be a variety of activities, including Q &A sessions and autographs with Ron Darling and Ed Kranepool. Tickets are $35 ($10 for kids). For more information, visit

White Plains Sports Card Show Winter Extravaganza

Also on Saturday, January 18th, the White Plains Sports Card show at the Westchester County Center will bring in a current Mets player and a couple of former ones for autograph sessions. Matt den Dekker ($20), Rusty Staub ($25), Jason Isringhausen ($25) and former Mets coach Bob Gibson (TBA) are part of a guest lineup that also includes Wade Boggs and Gale Sayers. For more information, visit

Pinstripe Perfection

MAB Celebrity Services will finish the month with its traditional Yankees autograph show on January 25th & 26th at the  Hilton Hasbrouck Heights-Meadowlands. This year’s theme is celebrating the 15th anniversary of David Cone‘s perfect game and the 1999 World Series championship team.

Oddly enough, Cone is not currently listed among the guests, however, several notable (and not-so-notable) former Mets players are: Dwight Gooden ($35), Lee Mazzilli ($29), Daryl Boston (1 free, additional $10), John Candelaria ($20), Gary Sheffield ($50), Shane Spencer ($25), and Ralph Terry ($30). For more information, visit MAB Celebrity Services’ website.

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