Ted Savage 1967 St Louis Cardinals Autographed Signed OML Baseball COA
~~THIS ONE IS A BEAUTY!!
Great looking single signed baseball by former 1967 St. Louis Cardinal...Ted Savage.
Ted began his career in 1962 with the Philadelphia Phillies. He played for the Phillies 1962, Pittsburgh Pirates 1963, St. Louis Cardinals 1965-67, Chicago Cubs 1967-68, Los Angeles Dodgers 1968, Cincinnati Reds 1969, Milwaukee Brewers 1970-71 and Kansas City Royals 1971. Ted played in 642 career games and banged out 321 hits (including 51 doubles, 11 triples and 34 HR's) in 1375 at bats for a .233 career batting average. He also drew 200 walks, drove in 163 runs and scored another 202 runs. Ted began the 1967 season as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals. Ted signed the sweet spot of this OML baseball with a blue ballpoint pen and he also inscribed, "67 Cardinals", underneath his name, to note his affiliation with the great team.. He signed the sweet spot of this OML Allan H. Selig baseball on Sunday November 1, 2009.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...
Theodore Edmund Savage, Jr., born as Ephesian Savage on February 21, 1936 in Venice, Illinois, was an outfielder in Major League Baseball who played from 1962-1971.
Ted Savage played for eight teams in a nine-year major league career. His best season was 1970, when he posted a line of .279/.402/.482 in 276 at-bats for the 1970 Milwaukee Brewers.
He had his most at-bats as a 26-year-old rookie with the 1962 Philadelphia Phillies, where he was the same age as Tony Taylor and Ruben Amaro.
Because he moved around a lot, he was a teammate of some famous players: Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell in Pittsburgh, Lou Brock and Orlando Cepeda in St. Louis, Ernie Banks and Billy Williams in Chicago, Don Drysdale in Los Angeles, and Pete Rose and Johnny Bench in Cincinnati.
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