Pictured: Antonio Banderas signed baseball
Requested: Vote in the poll, in the comments.
In the past, I have railed against the practice of non-baseball personnel autographing baseballs, but what do you think, dear reader?
You’re right as always: Only players, managers and coaches should have the right to autograph baseballs. (15 votes)
Compromise: Non-baseball personnel can autograph baseballs provided they threw out a first pitch or played a ballplayer in a movie or made a baseball documentary or some damn thing like that. (35 votes)
Lighten up; anybody can sign a baseball – including people who know nothing of the sport. (14 votes)
64 total votes