Forward Area

The Chantilly Show July 14-16, 2017

The Forward Area

There are NO tickets for the Forward Autograph Area, therefore you cannot buy advance tickets for Forward Area guests before the show.
You do not need to come to the CSA Booth in order to purchase Forward Area autographs.
In order to purchase an autograph from a Forward Area guest, simply pay at the table where you get your item signed.

Mail Order items are available for Forward Area guests on the Mail Order page.

PlayerBioDayTimeCostCourtesy of
Sam AllenFormer Negro League StarFriday, Saturday, & SundayFriday 2:00-8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
$15 Autograph, 1 Free/$5 inscription. 8x10 signed photo $20, Glove & Ball Signed Statue $35CSA Shows
Loni AndersonActressFriday, Saturday, & SundayFriday 2:00-8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
Autograph: $30 Small Flat, $40 premium
Free Inscription
Autograph & Photo (w/ your camera): $50
Photo Only (w/ your camera): $30
Professional Photo Op $60
Stallard Sports

Fairway Authentics
Tom BrownFormer Green Bay Packer & Washington SenatorFriday, Saturday, & SundayFriday 2:00-8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
$10 Autograph
Pictures are Free
www.TomBrowns Rookie
Mario Della CasaArtist making custom WKRP Radio MicrophonesFriday, Saturday, & SundayFriday 2:00-8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
$15, Free with $99 microphone purchaseStallard Sports

Fairway Authentics
Tom GoosbyMember of the 1964 NFL Champion Cleveland Browns
Member of 1966 Washington Redskins
Saturday11:00am-1:00pm$15Breast Cancer Fund
Saturday12:00-1:30pm$25 any item
$10 inscription
Saturday12:00-1:30pm$30 any item
$10 inscription
Sunday1:00-2:30pm$30 ANY ITEM
“17-0” FREE
Daphne Maxwell ReidActress Aunt Vivian on Fresh Prince of Bel-AirSaturday9:00am-5:00pm$30 Any ItemBreast Cancer Fund
Tim ReidActor, WKRP in Cincinatti Saturday9:00am-5:00pm$30 Any ItemBreast Cancer Fund
Pedro SierraFormer Negro League PitcherFriday, Saturday, & SundayFriday 2:00-8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
8.5x11 photos $20 autographed, Last Signed 12 x18 autographed posters $ 40, 16 x20 vinyl framed posters $ 120, autographed baseballs $25, 5x7 autographed cards $15, 4x6 autographed cards $10, autographed baseball cards $10.
1 Free/$5 inscription
CSA Shows
Rod "He Hate Me"
Former NFL/XFL Running BackSaturday11:00am-1:00pm$20 Autograph
$5 inscription
The Philadelphia Connection
Chuck WepnerThe Bayonne Bleeder
The inspiration for the Rocky movies
Fought Muhammad Ali for the heavyweight championship
Saturday11:00am-2:00pm$20 Flats
$40 Gloves/Trunks
$10 Inscription
Pro Legends
Esteban YanFormer MLB PitcherSaturday 12:30-2:30pm$10 on cards
$15 any other item
1 free inscription
The Philadelphia Connection

Guest Bios


Loni Anderson

Her acting debut came with a bit part in the 1966 film Nevada Smith, starring Steve McQueen. After that, she went virtually unemployed as an actress for nearly a decade, before she finally began achieving guest roles on episodic television shows in the mid-1970s. She appeared in two episodes of S.W.A.T., and later appeared on the sitcom Phyllis, as well as the detective shows Police Woman and Harry O. In 1978, she guest-starred as Susan Walters on a season two episode of the popular sitcom Three’s Company. Her appearance on the show brought her to the attention of the ABC network.

Anderson’s most famous acting role came as the sultry receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982). She was offered the role when producers saw the poster of her in a red swimsuit—a pose similar to Farrah Fawcett’s famous 1976 pin-up. The sitcom’s creator, Hugh Wilson, later admitted Anderson got the part because her body resembled Jayne Mansfield and because she possessed the innocent sexuality of Marilyn Monroe.

Although the series suffered in the Nielsen ratings throughout the majority of its four-year run, it had a strong and loyal following among teenagers, young adults, and disc jockeys. Owing to her rising popularity as the show’s so-called “main attraction,” Anderson walked out on the sitcom during the 1980 summer hiatus, requesting a substantial salary increase. During her hiatus, while she was renegotiating her contract, she starred as blonde bombshell Jayne Mansfield in the CBS made-for-television film The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980). After the network agreed to her requests, Anderson returned to the show and remained with it until its cancellation in 1982. The series has since remained popular in syndication around the world.

Aside from her acting career, Anderson has become known for her colorful personal life, particularly her relationship and marriage to actor Burt Reynolds. They starred in the comedy film Stroker Ace (1983), which was a critical and box office failure. She later appeared as herself in the romantic comedy The Lonely Guy (1984), starring Steve Martin. She voiced Flo, a collie in the animated classic film All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989).
Anderson in 1992
In the mid-to-late 1980s, Anderson’s acting career gradually declined. She was teamed with Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter in the critically panned television series,[citation needed] Partners in Crime in 1984. She appeared in television adaptations of classic Hollywood films, such as A Letter to Three Wives (1985) with Michele Lee, and Sorry, Wrong Number (1989) with Patrick Macnee and Hal Holbrook, both of which received little attention. After starring in Coins in the Fountain (1990), Anderson received considerable praise for her portrayal of comedian actress Thelma Todd in the television movie White Hot: The Mysterious Murder of Thelma Todd (1991). In the early 1990s, she attempted to co-star with her husband Burt Reynolds on his new CBS sitcom Evening Shade, but the network was not fond of the idea, thus replacing Anderson with Marilu Henner. After Delta Burke was fired from the CBS comedy Designing Women in 1991, producers offered Anderson a role as Burke’s replacement, which eventually never came to pass because the network refused to pay Anderson the salary she had requested. She agreed to return as Jennifer Marlowe on two episodes of The New WKRP in Cincinnati, a sequel to the original series. In 1993, Anderson was added to the third season of the NBC sitcom Nurses, playing hospital administrator Casey MacAffee. Although her entering the series was an attempt to boost the show’s ratings, the series was canceled shortly thereafter. Anderson has since returned to guest-starring on several popular television shows, such as playing the “witch-trash” cousin on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and as Vallery Irons’ mother on V.I.P. She also starred in A Night at the Roxbury (1998).

Pedro Sierra

East-West All Star Game (Pitcher) – 1956
• U.S. Army Championship (17-5, 1.75 E.R.A.) – 1961
• Dow Award Team’s Best Pitcher (11-3, 1.76 E.R.A.) – 1967
• Provinciale League’s Most Winning Pitcher (14-3) – 1969
• Team’s MVP Award (Provinciale League) – 1969
• Provinciale League’s MVP Runner-Up – 1969
• Provinciale League All Star – 1967-1969
• Panama’s Winter League All Star – 1971
• Dominican Republic’s Cibao Summer League – 1976

Rod “He Hate Me” Smart

No. 30, 24, 32, 39
Position: Running back / Kick returner
Personal information
Date of birth: January 9, 1977 (age 40)
Place of birth: Lakeland, Florida
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight: 205 lb (93 kg)
Career information
High school: Lakeland (FL)
College: Western Kentucky
Undrafted: 2000
Career history
San Diego Chargers (2000)*
Las Vegas Outlaws (2001)
Edmonton Eskimos (2001)*
Philadelphia Eagles (2001)
Carolina Panthers (2002–2005)
Oakland Raiders (2006)*
Team Tennessee (2008)*
* Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
NFC champion (2003)
Career NFL statistics
Rushing yards: 67
Kick return yards: 1,731
Return touchdowns: 1

Esteban Yan

Original Devil Ray
Played in 472 games

Baltimore Orioles (1996-1997)
Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998-2002)
Texas Rangers (2003)
St. Louis Cardinals (2003)
Detroit Tigers (2004)
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2005-2006)
Cincinnati Reds (2006)