Man Sets Record With 4,020 Signed Baseballs

Assembling more than 4,000 autographed baseballs, it turns out, may not have been as tough a task for Dennis Schrader as proving the collection was a world record. The Guinness Book of World Records originally rejected Schrader’s claim because the signatures on all 4,020 balls couldn’t be authenticated. About a year ago, he started up his campaign again in earnest. He made copies of authenticity documents for the balls he got at auctions and such, and prepared his own papers for signatures he obtained himself. He even had to get an accountant to do an inventory, and included letters from St. Petersburg’s mayor and other prominent people who have seen the collection. “I had to have videos, I had to have photographs, along with the inventory list,” he says. “It was $119 worth of postage going to London. And four days after it got there, they notified me that I have the world’s record. I have the certificate to prove it — finally.” w/ photo

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