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Mounted Memories is proud to present the new Fanatics Authentic, the Premier Destination for Authentic Autographed Memorabilia and Collectibles online. We are proud to bring the unmatched reputation of Mounted Memories authenticity to a brand new business that will bring customers never before seen authentic collectibles. Fanatics Authentic is fully licensed by all the major sports leagues, Player Associations and Universities and delivers a 100% genuine product offering. Our one of a kind collectibles are not available anywhere else online. Fanatics Authentic also has exclusive Athlete relationships with many of the biggest superstars in Sports today including Colin Kaepernick, Adrian Peterson and Peyton Manning and Paul George to name a few. Check out our full list of Fanatics Authentic Exclusive Athletes. Customers can also view our upcoming signings to stay current on our new Authentic Memorabilia.
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The Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs & New Orleans Saints hoped to build upon the success that they had in the 2013 NFL regular season. As it stands right now, each of these teams are struggling to find the momentum that carried them through the regular season last year. Parody is what makes the NFL America’s sport and the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona cardinals & Baltimore Ravens are definitely taking advantage of every chance they get to move up in the standings. Sitting at or near the top of their respective divisions, these teams are in control of their own destiny and hope to make some noise in the 2014 NFL Playoffs. The Ravens and Cowboys organizations have each hoisted the Lombardi trophy in recent history and would love nothing more than to add another championship to the trophy case, while the Cardinals last visit to the Super Bowl ended in defeat.

An argument can be made that these teams are playing the best football in the NFL right now. However, the NFL playoffs are a different style of football where battle tested teams usually emerge victorious. In the AFC, a retooled Denver Broncos offense and a greatly improved defense could help the Broncos win their first Super Bowl title since the glory days of John Elway and Terrell Davis. The Denver Broncos offense is led by Peyton Manning who now holds the record for most passing touchdowns thrown by an NFL quarterback. The only number more important than the number of records that Peyton Manning holds is 1, which is the number of Super Bowls that he has won in his career. Peyton has already achieved demi-God status in the NFL, adding another title to his resume would put him in the conversation of being the best ever to play the game.

Quarterbacks still in search of their first championship that hope to delay Peyton’s ascension to legendary status include Cam Newton, Colin Kaepernick and Philip Rivers. Kapernick and Newton are fighting hard to regain some of the magic from the 2013 NFL regular season in hopes of helping their teams return to the playoffs for a chance to win the games ultimate prize. The Colin Kaeperncik led San Francisco 49ers could be coming to the end of a Philadelphia Eagles type run that has seen them come up short in the Super Bowl as well as two NFC championship games over the last three years. Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers are just scratching the surface of what is possible, while Philip Rivers could be playing the best football of his career. Rivers and the San Diego Chargers will have to fight until the end if they want to reign supreme in the AFC West over the Broncos, but with the type of football the Chargers are playing, the head to head match ups between these two teams will go a long way in determining who wins that division.

There is still a lot of football left to be played and Russell Wilson & the Seattle Seahawks are not going to relinquish that title without a fight. Regardless of who comes out on top in the end, it’s going to be one awesome ride and Fanatics Authentic is going to be there every step of the way bringing you the most sought after authentic sports memorabilia from the NFL.

The San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals personify the true meaning of wild card. Both teams fought hard to put themselves in a position where they had an opportunity to play for the Commissioner’s trophy and they surely have made the most of it. Their destination is the same, but the path that they took to the World Series was very different. In the American League, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers & Oakland Athletics all had dreams of playing in the World Series when the post season started. After the Royals disposed of the Oakland Athletics, America was treated to two American League Division Series of epic proportions. The Detroit Tigers versus the Baltimore Orioles on one end and the Kansas City Royals versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on the other. Both the Kansas City Royals and Baltimore Orioles made quick work of their opponent. The Royals disposed of the Angels with a three game sweep and the Orioles did the same thing on the other end of the Bracket taking care of the Detroit Tigers and their exceptional pitching staff that included Anibal Sanchez, David Price, Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer.

The American League Championship Series opened with both teams coming in well rested. Adam Jones, Nelson Cruz and Chris Davis had every reason to be optimistic about their showdown with the less celebrated Kansas City Royals. The Orioles feeling of optimism quickly faded after the first two games of the series that saw the Royals win games 1 & 2 of the series by a score of 8 - 6 and 6 - 4 respectively. Scoring was at a premium in the final two games, the result however was the same, Alex Gordon, Salvador Perez & ALCS M.V.P. Lorenzo Cain helped the Royals to close out the Orioles by winning games 3 and 4 by a score of 2 to 1 in each game.

In professional sports, rest versus rust is a question that may never have a definitive answer, the Kansas City Royals will come into the World Series well rested. The San Francisco Giants on the other hand will be battle tested and should have momentum on their side. The Giants came into the playoffs as a wild card as well, but faced a little more adversity on their way to their third World Series Appearance in five years. After making quick work of Andrew McCutchen and the Pittsburgh Pirates, it was onto a star studded Washington Nationals team with Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg & Jordan Zimmerman. Unfortunately for the Nationals, the cohesiveness of the Giants outshined the star power of Washington in a series where three games were won by a margin of one point.

In the National League Championship Series, Buster Posey and the Giants remained focus, dismantling the Saint Louis Cardinals by winning the series 4 – 1. Mat Carpenter and Matt Holliday put up a valiant effort and tried to will the Cardinals to the World Series. In the end, the Cardinals were doomed by too many mistakes and a walk off home run by Travis Ishikawa in game five of the series.

October 21, 2014 in Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium the battle for the Commissioner’s Trophy begins. Up until this point, both teams look destined for greatness, but only one will walk away victorious. Will it be the experience of the San Francisco Giants or the youthful exuberance of the Kansas City Royals that emerges from the World Series unscathed? After the World Series Champ is crowned, Fanatics Authentic will undoubtedly be your source for sports memorabilia of some of the biggest moments from the 2014 World Series.

History repeated itself this summer as the NBA saw a free agency frenzy just as crazy as that of 2010. The course of the league has shifted dramatically, as a number of big name stars have found new homes in the past several months.

The dominating story of the NBA off-season was LeBron James’ return to Cleveland. After four years in Miami that saw four NBA Finals appearances and two championships, James decided to opt out of his contract in the summer of 2014 after a Finals loss to the Spurs. What appeared to be an attempt to renegotiate his contract with fellow superstars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh turned out to be much, much more. LeBron decided to part ways with the Heat and returned to his beloved Northeast Ohio with a two year contract and a love letter to his hometown published by Sports Illustrated. With all-star point guard Kyrie Irving and the addition of Kevin Love, Cleveland quickly jumped from perennial loser to NBA title favorite with King James now on the talented roster.

Luckily for LeBron’s former team, the Miami Heat, not all was lost. While losing their two-time NBA Finals MVP, Miami was able to retain big man Chris Bosh with a five year contract valued at over $118 million. It was highly rumored that Bosh would leave South Beach for Houston, especially if James were to depart, but the center decided to finish what he started and remain a member of the Miami Heat organization. Fan favorite Dwyane Wade also proclaimed himself a “Heat Lifer” by resigning with Miami and will now be joined by first round draft pick and last year’s NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, Shabazz Napier.

Miami’s Big Three were certainly not the only MVP caliber players on this off-seasons free agency watch. After much speculation that he would be leaving the Big Apple for a team with a better shot to contend for a title, Carmelo Anthony decided to resign with the Knicks. Many thought that Melo would be teaming up with former MVP Derrick Rose and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah in Chicago, but Anthony decided to trust the team management of the legendary Phil Jackson and signed a five-year deal with New York.

A number of other big free agency signings occurred in July that will surely shake the Eastern and Western Conference standings. Across the border, Kyle Lowry decided to give it another go with Toronto after his break out season where he averaged nearly 18 points a game and led the Raptors to a playoff berth. The Los Angeles Lakers lost their two-time champion forward Pau Gasol to the Chicago Bulls, where he will anchor one of the best front courts in the NBA next season. The state of Texas saw a major team swap as up and coming superstar Chandler Parsons left Houston for a Dallas team that also brought in center Tyson Chandler and point guard Raymond Felton. Nostalgic Hornets fans were pleased with the team’s return to the city of Charlotte & the valiant effort they gave against the eventual Eastern Conference Finals champs in the playoffs. However, Michael Jordan was never satisfied with just making it to the playoffs during his playing days and his tenure as an executive will be no different. In order to help build upon an already strong foundation, the team signed former Pacer and playoff hero Lance Stephenson to a deal.

Keep up with the free agency frenzy and upcoming season with the Fanatics Authentic NBA collection. With authentic signed basketballs, jerseys, photos, and more from all your favorite players, there will definitely be a surplus of basketball collectibles to add to memorabilia collections across the U.S.

The end of the NHL season is a time where players and coaches alike can sit back and reflect on the achievements accomplished during the regular season and playoffs. Only one team will raise Lord Stanley’s trophy, but that should not diminish the great accomplishments that many players work for over the course of the season, and the post season awards look to honor the biggest and brightest stars of the season. The 2014 NHL season was amazing and it came to an end with a tremendous win by the Los Angeles Kings who were crowned champions for the second time in three years. Both new and familiar faces took home hockey’s greatest honors at the 2014 NHL Awards in Las Vegas this June.

In his first year as an NHL head coach, former goaltending great Patrick Roy was just as talented behind the bench as he was on the ice. Roy took over the reigns of his former team by leading the Colorado Avalanche from last place in the Western Conference to a number one seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the span of a year. The Avs coach deservedly took home the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s best coach over Detroit’s Mike Babcok and Tampa Bay’s Jon Cooper.

Another new face to the Colorado Avalanche took home an NHL award as well, with Nathan MacKinnon winning the Calder Trophy for the league’s top rookie. In 2014, MacKinnon became the youngest player to ever win the award after the 18 year old tallied 63 points in his debut season with Colorado. Alongside the NHL’s youngest captain Gabriel Landeskog, the rookie from Nova Scotia led the Avalanche to a number one playoff seed and made his name as one of hockey’s biggest stars.

Behind the pipes, there was no better player in the 2013-14 season than Tuukka Rask. The Boston Bruins goaltender filled in more than adequately after the departure of the franchises former superstar Tim Thomas. Rask led the NHL in shut outs and was a key reason why the Bruins took home this year’s President’s Cup as the team with the best regular season record. With a .930 save percentage in net, the First-Team All-Star edged out Tampa’s Ben Bishop and Colorado’s Semyon Varlamov for the Vezina Trophy victory.

The Chicago Blackhawks notoriously stingy defense can be credited to the stellar play of Duncan Keith. The Hawks defenseman capped off an incredible 2013-14 NHL season by recording over 60 points for the second time in his career. Keith ranked sixth in the league in assists and was a major factor in Chicago’s appearance in the Western Conference Finals against Los Angeles. Duncan Keith was the recipient of the 2014 Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman, the second time the Blackhawk has taken home this honor.

For the fourth time in his illustrious career, Washington’s Alex Ovechkin was awarded the Rocket Richard Trophy. Each year the Rocket Richard Trophy is given out to the player with the most goals scored in the regular season, which has been Ovechkin more often than not in the recent years. The perennial all-star’s 51 lamp lighters in 2014 led all NHL players and only contributed to the player’s outstanding legacy on the ice. Ovechkin topped off Anaheim’s Corey Perry and San Jose’s Joe Pavelski to take home this year’s goal scoring honor.

No player in the game of hockey has been as talented as the great Pittsburgh Penguin Sidney Crosby in the last decade of play. Pittsburgh’s former number one overall pick and the deemed second coming of Wayne Gretzky hit the century mark in points scored for the fifth time in his short but incredible NHL career. With 104 in 2014, Crosby led all NHL players in points scored to take home his second Art Ross Trophy. To add to the hardware accumulated by Sid the Kid this year, the Penguins hero also took home his second Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP. It goes without saying that Sidney Crosby is most certainly on his way to becoming one of the greatest players to ever grace the ice.

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