Robbie Davis Sr., owner of in Lutherville-Timonium says, "when it comes to sports memorabia we ain't playing around."
That's the premise his shop will try to prove in the upcoming reality series Ball Boys, scheduled to air nationally on ABC in March.
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In the trailer, which was released Friday afternoon on YouTube, we see Davis Sr., who goes by "Senior" in the show, as well as his son Robbie Davis Jr. or "Junior," and shop employees "Sweet Lou" and "Shaggy" haggling for wares from sports history.
"If it'll make us cash, we're going to buy it. If it's rare, we're going to find it," Davis Sr. says in the trailer.
(Watch the attached video to see the full trailer.)
The group travels around the country to evaluate high-end items, but back in Timonium we see "Senior" and "Junior" argue over the thing they love most—sports.
"Arguing with my dad is like playing for the Astros. No matter what you do, you're never going to win," Davis Jr. says after a clip showing the pair fighting over the designated hitter position in baseball.
We see autographs from Babe Ruth, cameos from sports legends, forged signatures and even one item valued at $2 million.
Davis Sr. has run Robbie's 1st Base out of his Timonium location since 1989.
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