that's easy each ball costs $9.3
The baseballs cost MLB teams $170.25 for 10 balls.
Rawlings official major league baseballs. They cost from 12.00 to 20.00 dollars for the official game balls
Dom can spend up to i dollars as i = 20 - (n*4).
100 nike baceballs cost 1,995 dollars.
Labor is much cheaper there so it doesn't cost as much, per baseball, to produce as it would if they were made in the United States.
They can cost from 10 to 20 dollars but the best place to buy it is online on the official mlb store site for $16.99 This is the link to the ball: http://shop.mlb.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1910128
If the 71 you refer to is $71 and the cost is $7 per ball, obviously ole Roberto can buy 7 balls and have a buck left over..that is if he doesn't have to pay sales tax on the purchase.
The most preferred baseball to have a player sign would be an Official Major League baseball from the League the player played in, that was used during the ball players playing days. The older baseballs could be dated by the signature of the League President stamped on the ball. For example: Willie Mays played from 1951-1973. If you were planning to acquire a Willie Mays signature you would try to find a 1951-1969 Warren Giles Official national League Baseball. The baseball alone would cost you about $200. but it would also add value to your signature. You can also opt to go with a 1970-1986 Charles Feeny Official National League Baseball which was used at the end of Mays' career. This ball would cost you about $60. Your next choice should be an Official Major League baseball made after his playing days. This would be acceptable as well. The same would be for team signed baseballs. A team from the 1980s, a 1980s baseball. (same League) You could find these baseballs on eBay. Just make sure that the ball you purchase is clean, and like new. I would not use a plain baseball or team logo baseball. It would be cheaper but then so would the value of your autograph. I will leave a link to an Official Baseball Dating & price Guide. This will help you identify the baseball you are looking for and estimated value.
a baseball glove in 1932 cost just about 37 CENT
The value of a signed baseball will rely on who signed the baseball, condition of both the baseball and signature, and the type of authenticity that accompanies it. Signatures that are not properly authenticated could sell at half the markey value or less. If the number of collectors are higher than the number os baseballs in the market it will have a higher value. If the player signs often and the demand is low it will have a lower value.
A baseball and a bat cost $24. If the bat costs $10 more than the baseball, what is the cost of the bat (in $)?