Baseball – Rare Signed Game Cards

These rare signed collectible box score game cards are available for auction. This is a very simple auction.  You submit your bid for the signed box score card you are interested in.  We either accept your bid or we do not.  All bids start at $ 125.00 to cover the cost of the original set that comes with your signed card.
Bids or inquiries (e-mail): baseball@boxscorecards.com

Multi autographs (BOS/CIN)- 1975: This was a classic World Series between two incredibility talent teams. And though the Sox won this game on Carlton Fisk’s dramatic home run, the Big Red machine prevailed in seven games. The autographs: six HOFs (Bench, Perez, Morgan, Yaz, Fisk, Rice), Rose, Lynn (AL Rookie of the Year & MVP), Foster the Reds power hitter (whom would hit 52 home runs next year), Tiant the Red Sox controversial starter, Carbo (who hit the dramatic three-run homer to knot the game at 6-6), and Wise the winning pitcher. The card is loaded!
Note: Tiant for some reason decided to sign both sides of the card … never figured that one out!  

Bio: Red Sox & Reds 1975 World Series

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Bill Mazeroski (PTT) -1960:  Mazeroski’s home run in the 1960 World Series is considered by many the greatest home run in Pirate history.
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Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio:Bill Mazeroski

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Dodgers (Multi) 1959: Dodgers first pennant in LA … winning this playoff game on a walk-off hit by an old Brooklyn Dodger veteran Carl Furillo.  Quite a few historic Brooklyn & LA autographs (Snider-HOF, Moon, Wills & winning pitcher Stan Williams) along with Braves Warren Spahn-HOF, and Lou Burdette.
Note: This game was played at the LA Coliseum before 93,000+.  Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Dodgers 1959 NL Playoff

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Brook Robinson (BLT) – 1971:  Mr. Oriole is one of the great third baseman of all-time played in the first ever World Series night game.
Note: Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Brooks Robinson 

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Don Larsen (NYY) – 1956: In this box score game card Don Larsen pitched the only perfect game in World Series history.
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If Dave Roberts had been the  manager, Larsen would have gone no more than 7.  Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Don Larsen

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Bob Feller (CLE) – 1940: ‘Bullet Bob’ as he was known as on this day pitched the only MLB Opening Day no-hitter.  Feller was an American icon for over 50 years.
Note: Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Bob Feller

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Johnny Sain (BOS-Braves) 1947: Sain on this day delivered the first pitch to a black player, Jackie Robinson. A pitch that would change the course of American sports forever and certainly we’re all better for it. 
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Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Johnny Sain 

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Robin Roberts (PHI) -1950:  In this historic game, Robin Roberts (HOF) pitched the Whiz Kids into the 1950 World Series beating the Dodgers Don Newcombe on the last day of the season … one of greatest pitching performance in Philly history. Newcombe on the other hand, started game for the Dodgers in three consecutive years (1949,1950 & 1951) … all of which decided the pennant. Though Roberts signed a number of items in his life, he only signed, to our knowledge, 12 box score cards.
Note: We do have Newcombe’s signature on all three of the box score game cards mentioned above. Might consider parting with them as a set. Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio:  Robin Roberts & Don Newcombe 

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Mel Harder (CLE) – 1934 All Star Game: Harder in this 1934 MLB all-star game pitched five shutout (one-hit)  innings. Even though Cal Hubbell’s pitching performance was the talk of the town, most baseball historians consider Harder’s performance the best in MLB all-star history.  He was no slough either, Harder won over 220 games for the Indians.
Note: Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: Mel Harder
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John Smoltz (ALT) – 1991 NL Championship: Smoltz in this game pitched the Atlanta Braves to their first ever World Series. And what a pitched game it was.  A one hundred and twenty-three pitched master piece vanishing a potent Pirate team featuring Bobby  Bonds.  By the way, Smoltz is without question is one of the best baseball analysis on TV.
Note: Card comes with an unopened box score card set.
Bio: John Smoltz

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Johnny Podres (BRN) – 1955 WS: Podres in this the seventh game pitched the Brooklyn Dodgers to their first and only World Series championship … without question the greatest game in Brooklyn or LA history. And what a gem it was!

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Comment: Why are these signed cards rare?  Signed box score game cards are rare due to a number of reasons:
First, if you think about it, there are literally millions of signed balls, bats, gloves … but a very small number of signed box score game cards.  Why? Because very few people own our original box score card set.
Secondly, many of the autograph box score game cards we (Photo-graphic) owned are players that are deceased player. You ain’t getting their autograph any time soon.
Thirdly,
though we have many famous player’s autographs, we also have the ‘average’ player who did something special in an historic game.

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