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I would definitley get both of their sigs on one ball. It might be a risk as far as value is concerned, but if he turns into what I think he will then 20+ years down the road that could be a very valuable thing to pass along to your kids.

I would absolutely melt for a signed Jessie ball though. I mean that would be amazing. I have a few other things with his signature ont them when I met him beforehand, but a ball would just blow me away.

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Do I take Jessie Tuggle signed football and get his son to sign it? or do two different balls?

what is everyone elses thoughts?

and of course Tuggle I will get you if I see Tuggle signing.

I'd do two different balls. One with both and the other to be his rookie signed ball.
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Thanks everyone for your comments. I do understand it would be a risk having both, but risk is not the reason to do it. it's more so would it be cool or not.

I still have the only ball that I know of that has B.A.D. (Brent Grimes, Asante Samuels, Daunte Robinson). is it something, I could sell, doubtful. but can it make a fun talking piece and something to give to charity one day, you bet. (I can't pass it down because I cannot have kids and doubt I will adopt at my age. so most of belongings will go on to cousins children or to charties or to just good ol' fashion kids who have a love for a piece I have). So I think this would be the same thing. it's something to show children that they can be like their father, they can even play for the same team and do not have to live in the shadow or feel they are not as cool. I still respect the heck out of Kind Griffey and Jr for being able to play together.

so yep. thanks everyone, the decision is made that they go on the same ball. no I wonder what Mr Jarrett will say when I hand him the ball that his father has signed for me? :D

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Thanks everyone for your comments. I do understand it would be a risk having both, but risk is not the reason to do it. it's more so would it be cool or not.

I still have the only ball that I know of that has B.A.D. (Brent Grimes, Asante Samuels, Daunte Robinson). is it something, I could sell, doubtful. but can it make a fun talking piece and something to give to charity one day, you bet. (I can't pass it down because I cannot have kids and doubt I will adopt at my age. so most of belongings will go on to cousins children or to charties or to just good ol' fashion kids who have a love for a piece I have). So I think this would be the same thing. it's something to show children that they can be like their father, they can even play for the same team and do not have to live in the shadow or feel they are not as cool. I still respect the heck out of Kind Griffey and Jr for being able to play together.

so yep. thanks everyone, the decision is made that they go on the same ball. no I wonder what Mr Jarrett will say when I hand him the ball that his father has signed for me? :D

Well if it's just for the "cool" factor I'd definitely go for it.
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