Jackie Robinson Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: October 24, 1972 in Stamford, Connecticut
Born January 31, 1919, Cairo, Georgia
Died October 24, 1972, Stamford, Connecticut
Buried at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York (Section 6, Lot: West Half Of P, Grave 8)
First Game: April 15, 1947; Final Game: September 30, 1956
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 5' 11.5" Weight: 195
Related to Rod Booker
Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1962
Named NL Most Valuable Player by Baseball Writers' Association of America (1949)
Named Major League Rookie of the Year by Baseball Writers' Association of America (1947)
Named Major League Rookie of the Year by The Sporting News (1947)
Named second baseman on The Sporting News Major League All-Star Team (1949 to 1952)
JACKIE ROBINSON - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DICK TUCKEY, RED CHESBRO, JACK MAY, VIC SPADACCINI, JULIE ALFONSE - HFSID 277710Robinson signed this album leaf with the extremely rare signature of "Jack Robinson", not the more common signature of "Jackie Robinson". It includes the signatures of four members of the 1938 Rams and comes matted with a rare b/w photo of Robinson in his UCLA basketball jersey and holding a basketball. read more...
Sale Price $1,870.00
JACKIE ROBINSON Photograph inscribed: "To Ron/Best wishes/Jackie Robinson". B/w, 10x8. On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson played his first game with the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first Black American to play major league baseball. He was the first Rookie of the Year and later won the National League's MVP award (1949). read more...
Sale Price $1,275.00
JACKIE ROBINSON Signed photo in Brooklyn Dodgers uniform, standing with a fan at Al Lang Field in St Petersburg in 1958 Photograph signed: "Jackie Robinson". B/w, 8x10. Ink note (unknown hand): "Al Lang field/St. Pete 1958". Identical note on verso in the same hand read more...
Sale Price $2,550.00
This unique item is an unsigned ticket stub from a 1939 UCLA vs. Purdue basketball game that Robinson played in. It's a rare piece from the time before Robinson became the first black man to play on a major league baseball team, when he was a four-letter man at UCLA. read more...
Sale Price $216.00
Having just retired from baseball rather than accept a trade from the Dodgers, Robinson signs a typed 1957 letter to a sportswriter, declining to comment for an upcoming Saturday Evening Post article on Dodger skipper Walter Alston because "I couldn't say too many nice things about him as a manager." read more...
Sale Price $4,037.50
JACKIE ROBINSON RECALLS A RACIAL INCIDENT IN BASEBALL JACKIE ROBINSON. TLS: "Jackie", 1p, 8½x6½. New York, N.Y., 1961 August 11. To Catherine D. Bowen, Gloucester, Mass. In full: "Thank you for your nice note. I am pleased about the piece. I know I will like it. read more...
Sale Price $1,360.00