A 1957 New York Yankees Year book could be worth a couple of hundred dollars in near mint condition. Once you start putting signatures on it you devalue the year book. A collector of year books will prefer the book without signatures, and will not pay more money for the added signatures, and more than likely pass on it all together. On the other hand a collector of Autographs most likely will not pay the extra money for the signatures on a collectible unless it is presented in a displayable fashion. If you can acquire the same signatures on a less expensive Photo or item than a collectible year book why pay the extra $200.00? In the world of autograph collecting photographs, and equipment (ball, Bat, Jersey) are the most desirable items to be signed. That's not to say there are not collectors out there that would not desire a 1957 autographed year book. It's just harder to find one willing to pay the extra money. Condition of the year book, as well as the signatures being authenticated will also effect the value. The key signatures for the 1957 New York Yankees are Stengel, Slaughter, Berra, Mantle, and Howard and will be valued at about $600. - $900. You are missing two of the key signatures, with Mickey Mantle being the most important. I would estimate the value of your 1957 Yankee year book at about $250. - $500. The same signatures on an William Harridge Official American League Baseball would be worth more.
Howard wore # 32 with the Yankees.
I beleive you mean Elston Howard. For the Yankees, Howard was primarily a catcher. But he also played first base, and both left and right field.
An official major league ball signed by Frank howard would be worth about $35-$40.
There is no way that Ryan Howard will be going to the Yankees in 2010, The phillies are going to sign him to a long-term deal and he will be with the phillies until he is so old he needs to be on an AL team to DH
Elston Howard was not only the 1st Yankees Coach, BUT he was also the 1st Black Coach in the American League.
On April 14, 1955, Elston Howard became the first African American to play for the New York Yankees.
Elston Howard was the first African American to play for the Yankees. His rookie year was 1955.
The New York Yankees retired uniform number 32 in honor of Elston Howard, on July 21, 1984.
Matt Howard debuted on May 17, 1996, playing for the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium II; he played his final game on September 19, 1996, playing for the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium II.
In 1959, Yogi Berra was the Yankees starting catcher. From 1960-1965, it was Elston Howard. Several backups included Johnny Blanchard, Jake Gibbs, Doc Edwards and Bob Schmidt. Yogi Berra was also a backup to Howard.
The New York Yankees catchers in 1961 were Elston Howardand Johnny Blanchard.
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Research shows Elston Howard was the first African American to play for the Yankees when he joined the team in 1955 as a 26 year old rookie. Howard played in 97 games that season, but only 9 as a catcher (the Yanks had Yogi Berra, who won the MVP that year), he was an outfielder in 75 games. Howard hit .290, with 10 home runs and 43 RBIs.
He was a pro baseball player who played with the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.
My opinion. No.. But everyone has different opinions..:L xx
Howard E. Wheland has written: 'Record keeping for everyone' -- subject(s): Bookkeeping
Click on the 'Yankees Numbers' link on this page to see all players that have worn #32 for the Yankees.ANSWER32 Elston Howard July 21, 1984
The first game played at Yankees Stadium was played o n April 18, 1923. The Yankees beat the Red Sox 1- 0. The winning pitcher was Bob Shawkey, and the losing pitcher was Howard Ehmke.
Yes, it's true...who's Dom Howard?
Opening day at Yankees Stadium on April 18, 1923 the Yankees beat the Red Sox 1- 0. The winning pitcher was Bob Shawkey, and the losing pitcher was Howard Ehmke.
Leo howard is going out with Madison Henry her twitter is @madison_henry i think . . well that's what everyone else is saying i don't think it's true!