About Jose Bautista Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
After bouncing around for most of his early career, Jose Bautista exploded onto the baseball scene in 2010 when he hit 54 homeruns, setting the Toronto Blue Jays
' all-time single season homerun record and also becoming just the twenty sixth player to hit 50 or more homeruns in a single season. Since then, Bautista has made himself a central force of the Blue Jays roster, recording an average of more than thirty home runs in each of the last three seasons while also plating in almost 300 RBI's. He is the namesake of the currently first place Blue Jays, and is continuing his offensive onslaught this year, already recording 15 homeruns and a batting average of .303.
When it comes to memorabilia, it always pays to have the big names in your collection, and in Toronto, it doesn't get any bigger than Jose Bautista. Any MLB fan knows that Jose Bautista memorabilia is an absolute must-have and makes a great investment, especially for the Blue Jays' faithful. Bautista is currently in the prime of his career and shows no signs of stopping, so items, like a Jose Bautista autographed baseball, will increase in value well into the future. He is a recognized name around the league and one of the most feared hitters today that can be acknowledged in any collection with a Jose Bautista signed bat. As such, even if you don't support the Jays directly, a signed Jose Bautista jersey or autographed Jose Bautista photo would be perfect for any avid baseball collector looking to expand their collection with memorabilia that will acquire worth as the Blue Jays players solidifies his place in MLB history.
Adding a signed piece of Jose Bautista memorabilia, whether bat, ball or poster, would be a great addition to any baseball collection. It is a great way to show your Blue Jay pride or a way to own a piece of current MLB history. While you browse through the different options we have available, be sure to also check out other Blue Jay stars, such as aces Mark Buehrle and R.A Dickey, or hitters, Jose Reyes and Edwin Encarnacion.