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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Zach Lee's Atrocious Autograph Is Perhaps The Worst Signature Ever.

One of the worst, without question. But for under four clams, I bit. It was a last second decision.


He is the Dodgers' top pitching prospect, after all. And it's only my second signature of the young righty. Second of a handful, I hope.

6 comments:

Stealing Home said...

so right. almost a waste of an autograph. almost...

Dodgerbobble said...

He's young, he has time to work on the Sig. Btw, love the card.

Pirates Treasure Room said...

Lee is going to be a special arm for the Dodgers in the future and the signature needs work, but the worse signature I've ever seen on a card is Jeff Locke, a former pitching prospect for the Braves and Pirates. Check out some of his 2010 Topps Debut autograph cards if you don't believe me. It's a bunch of squiggly lines.

Section 36 said...

I guess I never worry about a "bad" signature. It's a signature. It's not supposed to be just writing your name in cursive. Anybody can do that. A signature is supposed to be something you've made your own so everyone knows it's you.

Greg Zakwin said...

Unfortunately, Zach's sig is only likely to get worse once he starts signing more and gains some fame.

Again though, happy to have it. It's just one of those things.

Fuji said...

If I had to sign 10,000 labels... I'd probably have a lazy signature too. Then again... if I was making the $$$ they made... maybe I'd give back to the fans who help pay my salary.

Kudos to all of those old-school players (& current ones too) who take the extra time to make their signature legible and attractive.