Bill Freehan Autograph

Bill Freehan

William Ashley Freehan (November 29, 1941 – August 19, 2021) was an American catcher in Major League Baseball who played his entire 15-year career with the Detroit Tigers. The premier catcher in the American League for several years from the 1960s into the early 1970s, he was named an All-Star in each of the 11 seasons in which he caught at least 75 games. He was the MVP runner-up for Tigers' 1968 World Series winning team, handling a pitching staff which included World Series MVP Mickey Lolich and regular season MVP Denny McLain, who went on to become the first 30-game winner in the majors since 1934. More about Bill Freehan

Current items with a signature of Bill Freehan

These are the most current items with a signature of Bill Freehan that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailAutographed 1988 Pacific Legends BILL FREEHAN Detroit Tigers card #93 w/ COA $39.99logo
thumbnailAutographed- Bill Freehan - 2002 TOPPS ARCHIVES #96 - Detroit TIGERS$29.00logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #3 Sketch Card Limited 23/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #6 Sketch Card Limited 31/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan 1968 Detroit Tigers Signed 3x5 index Card$129.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan Signed 1973 Topps Baseball Card #460 Tigers JSA Auto DA054818$34.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan Signed 1974 Topps Baseball Card #162 Tigers JSA Auto DA054817$34.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Bill Freehan

In total, we tracked 1074 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Bill Freehan (BILL FREEHAN Signed OAL Baseball Detroit Tigers 1968 World Series BECKETT QUICK) was sold in October 2022 for $465.00 while the cheapest item (Bill Freehan #4 Sketch Card Limited 18/50 Edward Vela Signed) found a new owner for $0.99 in July 2022. The month with the most items sold (23) was August 2021 with an average selling price of $75.00 for an autographed item of Bill Freehan. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2018 with $109.66 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.89 was January 2008. In average, an autographed item from Bill Freehan is worth $15.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Bill Freehan were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2001 Topps Archives Bill Freehan Certified Auto Autograph (1963 Rookie)$25.99logo
thumbnail2005 TOPPS ALL-TIME FAN FAVORITES BILL FREEHAN TIGERS #2 SIGNED AUTO XA58$5.99logo
thumbnail2005 Upper Deck Past Time Signatures Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers Signed AUTO$14.50logo
thumbnail2006 Fleer Greats Of The Game #6 Bill Freehan Detroit Tigers Signed AUTO$18.50logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #4 Sketch Card Limited 30/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #6 Sketch Card Limited 29/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #6 Sketch Card Limited 30/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan #7 Sketch Card Limited 21/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailBill Freehan Signed Official American League Baseball 1968 Detroit Tigers JSA$225.00logo
thumbnailBill Freehan/Tigers Autographed 1975 Topps Mini Card (d 2021)$27.99logo

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Latest News about Bill Freehan

Tigers' Freehan, WS-winning catcher, dies at 79 (08/19/21): Bill Freehan, an 11-time All-Star catcher with the Detroit Tigers and key player on the 1968 World Series championship team, has died at age 79. Go to news article

Bill Freehan, longtime Detroit Tigers catcher and 11-time All-Star, dies at 79 (08/19/21): Freehan helped the Tigers win the 1968 World Series Go to news article

Bill Freehan, along with Sparky, should be remembered for No. 11 (06/25/11): When Number 11 in navy blue and white is raised to the rafters today at Comerica Park, it will be all about Sparky Anderson.