The Los Angeles Dodgers 2013 signature field collectible features a large glossy photo of Dodger Stadium with facsimile signatures superimposed on it.
The 10" x 18" ballpark photo has blue-inked autographs from Los Angeles's 2013 roster on the sweeping view of Dodger Stadium. Those of the regular starters are in the players' respective positions on the field, with signatures from most of the other players on the Dodgers' season opening roster spread out over the game action photo. The name of each player is beneath their signature, of which there are 32.
Presented in a black wood frame, the entire piece measures 12" high by 20" wide and only 2,013 were made. Each is individually numbered below the Dodgers logo in the lower right-hand corner of the photo, which is protected by plexiglass.
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Size: 12" x 20"
Weight: 7 lbs.
Made in the USA by The Highland Mint
Licensed by Major League Baseball and the
MLB Players Association
2013 Los Angeles Dodgers Signature Field Detail
The Dodgers Signature Field contains facsimile signatures. A facsimile signature is an exact copy of a player's real autograph. So the signatures you see look real, but they are actually reproductions.
Signatures from the top Dodgers players at each of the 9 positions and 23 additional team members are on the photo of Dodger Stadium. Those players are listed below:
Signatures of the regular starters:
Clayton Kershaw, A.J. Ellis, Adrian Gonzalez, Mark Ellis, Hanley Ramirez, Luis Cruz, Carl Crawford, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier
Signatures of others on the 2013 roster:
Josh Beckett, Ronald Belisario, Chad Billingsley, Chris Capuano, Scott Elbert, Tim Federowicz, Stephen Fife, Dee Gordon, Zack Greinke, Javy Guerra, Matt Guerrier, Jerry Hairston, Aaron Harang, J.P. Howell, Kenley Jansen, Brandon League, Ted Lilly, Nick Punto, Skip Schumaker, Justin Sellers, Shawn Tolleson, Juan Uribe, Josh Wall
* Signatures may be added or removed during the season, depending on the Dodgers' roster changes, and the ballpark photo might also be slightly revised as a result of such an update