STEVE BRYE - TRADING/SPORTS CARD SIGNED - HFSID 20652
Sale Price $90.00
The controversial outfielder signs his 1973 Topps baseball card, no. 353
Sports/Trading card signed: "Steve Brye". Color, 2½x3½. 1973Topps Baseball Card, #353. Steve Robert Brye (b.1949) is a retired MLB outfielder who played for the Minnesota Twins, Milwaukee Brewers and the Pittsburgh Pirates between 1970 and 1978. Drafted in the first round by Minnesota in the amateur draft of 1967, Brye made his debut with the Twins on September 3, 1970 at the age of 21. After 6 years with Minnesota Brye was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers, playing just one season. He retired with the Pittsburgh Pirates the following year, playing his last game on October 1, 1978. He is a .258 hitter with 30 home runs and a RBI of 193. Brye was the subject of controversy when he denied African American hitter Hal McRae the American League batting championship by purposely missing a routine catch in the left field, allowing George Brett, who was also fighting for the championship, to score the winning hit. While it was never conclusively discovered whether or not Brye deliberately foiled the win, he was overwhelmingly denounced for the event. Corners lightly rounded. Otherwise, fine condition.
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