A Willie Stargell single signed Baseball is worth about $75.-$150.
Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions. If the baseball was used in the 1979 World Series it could have a lower value based on condition. A clean white baseball would be most preferred to display the signature. Added value as a 1979 World Series game used ball could only be achieved if the baseball comes with a letter of provenance from a player, team, or league official. A letter from a fan at the game will not hold any weight if any. The added value will rely on the buyers belief that it is a game used World Series baseball. In a recent auction a Willie Stargell single signed baseball sold at a high of $167.30
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The Pittsburgh Pirates ---"We are Familee" team, led by Willie Stargell.
He was a baseball player from 1962-1982 with the Pittsburgh pirates. he also won a world series championship in 1979 with his team the pirates. A.K.A,"the family".
Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh PiratesThe winner of the Babe Ruth award in 1979 was Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Babe Ruth Award is given to the player with the best performance in the World Series, like the World Series MVP Award but presented several weeks after the World Series is over. The award is to honor baseball legend Babe Ruth, and has been awarded every year since 1949. (with the exception of 1994 when the World Series was canceled due to the players strike.)
The Major League Baseball (MLB) 1979 World Series was played between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baltimore Orioles, with Pittsburgh winning the series 4 games to 3 games, respectively. Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates was the MVP of the 1979 MLB World Series.
Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series MVP award in 1979. He also won the regular season MVP and NLCS MVP awards that year. He is the only player to have won the regular season league MVP, championship series MVP and World Series MVP awards in the same season.
Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates was the Most Valuable Player of the 1979 National League Championship Series and the 1979 World Series. He also won the 1979 National League MVP Award (shared with Keith Hernandez of the New York Mets). Stargell became the only player to win all three MVP awards in the same year.
Omar Moreno Tim Foli Dave Parker Willie Stargell Bill Madlock Bill Robinson Ed Ott Phil Garner Pitcher
Darrell Porter of the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series MVP award in 1982. He also won the NLCS MVP that year. Willie Stargell, Orel Hershiser, Livan Hernandez and Porter are the only other players to win the league championship series MVP and World Series MVP awards in the same season.
Livan Hernandez of the Florida Marlins won the World Series MVP award in 1997. He also won the the NLCS MVP award that year. Willie Stargell, Darrell Porter and Orel Hershiser are the only other players to win the league championship MVP and World Series MVP awards in the same season.
Frank Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles won the World Series MVP award in 1966. He also won the regular season MVP that year. Mike Schmidt, Willie Stargell, Reggie Jackson, Sandy Koufax and Robinson are the only other players to win both awards in the same season.
Mike Schmidt of the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series MVP award in 1980. He also won the regular season MVP that year. Willie Stargell, Reggie Jackson, Frank Robinson, and Sandy Koufax are the only other players to win both awards in the same season.
1979 Terry Bradshaw Professional football Super Bowl MVP1979 Willie Stargell Baseball World Series MVP
Willie Mays' only World Series win was with the 1954 New York Giants.
Yes. The Pirates won, 2-1, in Game 7 in 1971 and 4-1 in Game 7 of 1979. Stargell scored the Pirates' second run in both games, on a double by Jose Pagan in 1971 and a home run in 1979.
$350.-$600 is the value of the whole team autographed photo signed by the 1966 world series orioles.
0 ... Willie played in four World Series without hitting a home run.
well there are lots of fake world series bats .but autographed Louisville slugger bats go for about 500$ TO 2000$
The Pittsburgh Pirates have won the World Series five times (1909, 1925, 1960, 1971, 1979). In 1979 the Pirates defeated the Baltimore Orioles in 7 games. The series featured two hall of famers playing on the Pirates (Bert Blyleven, Willie Stargell) and two players on the Orioles (Eddie Murray, Jim Palmer, with Earl Weaver managing).
0 ... Willie played in 4 World Series, 3 for the Giants and 1 for the Mets, and did not hit a home run.
I have a 2000 Subway series bat in the box never opened printed autographed bat from both teams. Does it have any value?
Willie Mays made "The Catch" off the bat of Cleveland's Vic Wertz in game 1 of the 1954 World Series.
Frank Robinson -- 1966 Reggie Jackson -- 1973 Willie Stargell -- 1979 (co-winner of season MVP) Mike Schmidt -- 1980 It is not unusual for a player who had a mediocre regular season to catch fire in the World Series and become the hero.
The catch was made in 1954 World Series
In the 1951 World Series, rookies Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays faced each other for the first time. In that Series, the Yankees beat the New York Giants.
Victor Martinez never played in a World Series.....probably not worth a whole lot