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I can't really check out the correctness of all of the posts you stated, since I'm not really familiar with basketball (but you go rogue because of a rebound, which wasn't asked about?) and the recent football post is not that bad. But yes, the old one is wrong. Refusing to field the defense would have led to a serious punishment. From what I've seen quite ...


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Unless the signature is pretty well known, it's very difficult to play detective and positively identify an autograph. Especially when few clues are provided to start from. If some level of detail is provided - time period and team perhaps - then it seems like it would be OK to leave the question opened and hope that maybe someone will come along that can ...


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I disagree with this answer on the grounds that this post (on hold) features a clearly identifiable Willie Stargell autograph. Willie Stargell is a very famous, HOF baseball player from the 60's and 70's, and that ball may be worth some money. Although many of the posts do not have context, it is still possible that people can identify an autograph. ...


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