A 500 Home Run Club signed Baseball could sell anywhere from $800. -$1,200. and up depending on which members appear on the baseball.
Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.
The 500 Club signed baseballs became popular in the late 1980's -1990's when promoters for autograph signings put together the shows or signings featuring the "Eleven Living" members of the 500 Home Run Club. A 500 Home Run Club Lithograph From the art of Ron Lewis was the center piece for these signatures.
The most common 500 club baseballs feature these 11 members: Ted Williams, Frank Robinson, Harmon Killebrew, Reggie Jackson, Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Mike Schmidt, Ernie Banks, Eddie Mathews and Willie McCovey Baseballs with these signatures typically sell for about $1,000.-$1,200. The eight players you mentioned would command a good value if it were not missing Mickey Mantle, and Ted Williams. Two key signatures that can no longer be added, and will make this baseball less desired. The eight 500 HR members baseball you have would most likely sell for under $500. If the signatures have not been properly authenticated it could sell at half the market value or less.
Today there are 24 members of the 500 Home Run Club. (and growing fast) Various combinations or additional signatures to the original 11 living members will vary in price accordingly, and the original 11 living members can be used as a base to determine value.
Harold Jackson Matthews has written: 'Candle by night'
The 10-year-old Michael Jackson sang Smokey Robinson's "Who's Loving You?"
Probably not. Robinson is about as common a last name for African-Americans as "Brown", "Williams", "Jackson", etc. That's like asking if Chipper Jones and Garrett Jones are related because they both play baseball.
Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron, Bo Jackson, Willie Mays, Bob Gibson
His real name is Jackson Robinson Jackie was his nick name
Hank Aaron, Frank Robinson, Travis Jackson, and Happy Chandler were elected in 1982.
No, not at all related. They were both in the miniseries "Jackson's American Dream" (story about the life of Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5), and they were also both in Hanging with Mr. Cooper, but that's about as close in relation as you can get.
Yes Bo Jackson Was a Baseball Player
Bo Jackson Baseball happened in 1991.
The cast of Sounds of a Miracle - 2007 includes: Sharon Dobbins as herself Mattie Pearl Carter as herself Michelle Robinson as herself Gaius Robinson as himself Cheryle Robinson Jackson as herself Odessa Rodgers Jackson as herself Doris Rodgers Jones as herself Earnestine Rodgers Robinson as herself Todd Vincent Robinson as himself
It was written by Smokey Robinson.
Bo Jackson Baseball was created in 1991-10.
George Knox banned joe Jackson from baseball NO. "Shoeless" Joe Jackson was banned from baseball by the first Commissioner of Baseball, Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis.
When did Reggie Jackson stop playing professional baseball?
Darrell Jackson - baseball - was born on 1956-04-03.
Grant Jackson - baseball - was born on 1942-09-28.
John Jackson - baseball - died on 1956-10-22.
John Jackson - baseball - was born on 1909-07-15.
Randy Jackson - baseball - was born on 1926-02-10.
Sam Jackson - baseball - died on 1930-08-04.
Sam Jackson - baseball - was born on 1849-03-24.
Anthony Jackson - baseball - was born on 1984-06-17.