A 1951 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Stengel, Rizzuto, DiMaggio, Berra, Mize, Martin, Mantle, Brown, and McDougald is worth about $3,000.-$5,000. 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 significance of the 1951 baseball is not only was it Mickey Mantle's rookie season, but it is also the only year Mantle, and Joe DiMaggio appear on the same ball being Joe's last year. In Two recent auction a 1951 Yankees Team signed baseball sold for $3,585.00, and $3,585.00 With just the key signatures listed above it is trully a great collectible that will only rise in value. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide visit the following page from the link I left below.
Uniform number 37 was retired in 1970 by the New York Yankees, in honor of Casey Stengel.
Joe DiMaggio and the Yankees were involved in bitter contract dispute. DiMaggio was asking for $45,000 and the Yankees said they wouldn't pay him more than $25,000. After sitting out during spring training, DiMaggio finally caved and signed for $25,000.
Whitey Ford -- 1950, then 1953-1967. Yogi Berra -- 1946-1963. Mickey Mantle -- 1951-1968 Joe DiMaggio -- 1936-1942, then 1946-1951 Casey Stengel -- never PLAYED for the Yankees, but he did manage them from 1949 to 1960.
A 1998 New York Yankees Commemorative Joe Dimaggio Day Rawlings Official American League Gene A Budig Baseball is worth about $10. -$15. with the box. These baseballs were used in the game honoring Joe DiMaggio on Sept. 27, 1998 Joe DiMaggio Day at Yankee Stadium. He was presented with replicas of nine World Series rings that were stolen. The baseball features a "NY" Yankees logo with an image of Joe DiMaggio, and facsimile signature.
Casey Stengel wore uniform number 37 as a manager for the New York Yankees, His number was retired in 1970.
Joe DiMaggio played for the New York Yankees
Joe Dimaggio played for the New York Yankees.
Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees had the nickname "Jolting Joe"
Joe DiMaggio played his entire career with The New York Yankees.
NY Yankees No. 37 Casey Stengel, Tommy Shopay, Buck Harris (coach). Nobody. Shopay wore #s 17 and 27 for the Yankees and not #37. In addition to Stengel and Harris, Herb Karpel and Gus Niarhos were the only other Yankees to wear #37.
He was a centerfielder for the Yankees
Joe DiMaggio hit 361 career home runs, all with the New York Yankees.
Joe DiMaggio debuted on May 3, 1936, playing for the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium I; he played his final game on September 30, 1951, playing for the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium I.
Baseball's most famous No. 5 was worn by Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees.
Casey Stengel was the Yankees manager in 1953. Casey managed the Yankees from 1949-1960.
It was Casey Stengel. He was the Yankees manager from 1949-1960.
He was a famous baseball player. Played center field for the NY Yankees and he was married to Marylin Monroe for awhile.
Joe DiMaggio was one of the all-time greats of baseball. He played for the Yankees and set a number of records. He was also married to Marilyn Monroe for a time. Click on the links below for more information.
The longest hitting streak in baseball is held by Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees, 56 straight games.
1936 to 1951
May 3rd, 1936
The retired number is in honor of Casey Stengel.
Joe Dimaggio played for the New York Yankees. There are no other teams that Joe Dimaggio played for, just the one. Marie-Claire