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May 6, 2014

Steiner offers discounts on Robinson Cano pre-sale autographs

A couple of days ago, one of our readers, Dan, left a comment saying that Robinson Cano was doing a signing for Steiner Sports in June.

Of course, we all know that Cano is in Seattle now, but he’s still popular with Yankees fans – well some of them – even though he signed with a different team as a free agent. The reality is Cano is a great player no matter where is. He may get less home runs playing in Seattle, but he’s still hitting well – only his slugging is really, really down.

But if you want a chance to get a signed baseball by Robinson Cano, this might be it.

The pre-sale price for a signed MLB baseball is $100.

I know $100 is still quite a few bucks, and an autograph baseball card could be cheaper. But I just wanted to throw the option out there for anyone who is interested.

When you go to the page for the Cano signed baseball (here), it shows up as $249.99. It’s not. Add the MLB Authentic ball to your cart, and when you hit checkout, the shopping cart shows -150.00, so it’s $99.99.

The autograph bat up or pre-sale is also lowered from $499 to $199. You can check out the bat here.

What do you think of these prices? Is $100 reasonable for a signed baseball of Cano? 

1 comment:

  1. I guess if you're a huge Cano fan... I might consider it. But for the money, I'd rather wait and take advantage of one of Steiner's 3 for $99 deals.