ALBERT WILLIAMS - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 291141
Sale Price $81.00
Signature of the pitcher who took time off from baseball to fight as a Sandinista
Signature: "Albert Williams", in blue ink, 5x3. Albert Hamilton Williams DeSouza (b. 1954) left the Pirates farm system to fight as a Sandinista guerrilla in his native Nicaragua (1977-1978). He ended up having to be smuggled out of Nicaragua because the government refused to grant him a visa. After returning to baseball, Williams pitched for the Minnesota Twins for his entire playing career (1980-1984), mostly in a starting role. In his 5 years in the Majors he compiled a 35-38 record, had 262 strikeouts, and finished with a lifetime ERA of 4.64. Lightly toned at edges. Ink stamp on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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