THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CIRCA 2001 CO-SIGNED BY: BILL VIRDON, LLOYD McCLENDON, BRIAN GILES, KEVIN YOUNG, PAT MEARES, RICH LOISELLE, MIKE FETTERS, ROBERT MACKOWIAK, ADAM HYZDU, ARAMIS RAMIREZ, JOE BEIMEL, TODD RITCHIE, SCOTT SAUERBECK, TONY McKNIGHT, BRONSON ARROYO, JOSE MANZANILLO, HUMBERTO COTA, MIKE LINCOLN, GARY MATTHEWS, JR. - HFSID 260298
Sale Price $382.50
THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES: MIKE FETTERS, BRIAN GILES, RICH LOISELLE,
ROBERT MACKOWIAK, LLOYD McCLENDON, PAT MEARES, BILL VIRDON, KEVIN YOUNG, ADAM
HYZDU, JOE BEIMEL, TODD RITCHIE, SCOTT SAUERBECK, GARY MATTHEWS, TONY McKNIGHT,
BRONSON ARROYO, JOSE MANZANILLO, HUMBERTO COTA, ARAMIS RAMIREZ and MIKE
Baseball signed by 18 members of the 2001 Pittsburgh Pirates, the first team to call PNC Park home. The signers include manager Lloyd McClendon and All-Stars Brian Giles, Gary Matthews, Bronson Arroyo and Aramis Ramirez as well as 1955 National League Rookie of the Year Bill Virdon, who was on the Pirates' staff in 2001 and 2002.
Baseball signed "Lloyd McClendon", "Bill Virdon", "Robert Mackowiak", "Adam Hyzdu", "Joe Beimel", "Todd Ritchie", "Mike Fetters", "S Sauerbeck", "Gary Matthews", "Tony McKnight", "Kevin Young", "Bronson Arroyo", "Rich Loiselle", "Jose Manzanillo", "H- Cota Fi", "Aramis Ramirez", "Michael Lincoln", "Brian Giles" and "Pat Meares", all in blue ink.With 13 unknown signers. 2½-inch diameter. Rawlings Official National League Ball with Leonard S. Cohen, Jr. facsimile signature. Most of these signers were members of the 1991 Pittsburgh Pirates. They include manager LLOYD MCCLENDON and All-Stars BRIAN GILES, GARY MATTHEWS, BRONSON ARROYO and ARAMIS RAMIREZ. They also include 1955 National League Rookie of the Year Bill Virdon, who was a member of the Pirates roster from 1957 to 1965 and 1968 and who was on the Pirates' staff in 2001 and 2002. The 2001 Pittsburgh Pirates were the first roster to call PNC Park their home field. McClendon also debuted as team manager that year, replacing Gene Lamont.The changes evidently didn't do the Pirates any good. They finished last in the National League Central division with a 62-100 record and a win-loss percentage of .383, their worst since 1985. Lightly toned and soiled. Signatures touch. Light gouge, which touches McClendon's signature. Otherwise in fine condition.
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