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Bob Feller

Bob Feller was a professional baseball player who was born on November 3, 1918, in Van Meter, Iowa. He played as a pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB) for nearly two decades, from 1936 until 1956. Known as "Rapid Robert," Feller was one of the most dominant pitchers of his time, throwing fastballs at speeds up to 100 miles per hour. More about Bob Feller

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Current items with a signature of Bob Feller

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Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1 Bob Feller Cleveland Indians Great Autographed 8x10 Color Photo - Hall of Fame$39.95logo
thumbnailBob Feller - 2001 Topps Archives Reserve #24 - Autograph$26.50logo
thumbnailBob Feller 2000 Fleer Greats of the Game #45 Autographed Card Cleveland Indians$30.00logo
thumbnailBob Feller Cleveland Indians Signed Autographed 11x14 Photo$39.99logo
thumbnailBob Feller signed Donruss card verified by PSA/DNA$74.99logo
thumbnailBob Feller Signed HOF Plaque Postcard w/ JSA Cleveland Indians Pitcher!$50.00logo
Feller's career in the MLB began in 1936 when he signed with the Cleveland Indians at the tender age of 17. He quickly established himself as a star pitcher, winning 24 games in his second season and leading the league in strikeouts for seven consecutive years from 1938 until 1944. Feller served in the U.S. Navy during World War II but returned to baseball in 1945, resuming his domination on the mound. He was the first pitcher to throw three no-hitters in a career and set numerous other records during his illustrious career, including pitching 12 one-hitters, 44 shutouts, and striking out 2,581 batters in total.

Feller was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962, cementing his status as one of the greatest pitchers in MLB history. After retiring from baseball, Feller worked as a businessman and continued to be involved in the sport as a commentator and coach. He passed away on December 15, 2010, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire future generations of baseball players. Read even more about Bob Feller at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Bob Feller

In total, we tracked 5626 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 Bob Feller (Bob Feller 1938 Goudey Heads Up #264 RC Rookie Auto Autograph PSA/DNA HoF! RARE!) was sold in December 2023 for $4000.00 while the cheapest item (BOB FELLER AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO MATED READY FOR FRAMMING!) found a new owner for $0.01 in August 2008. The month with the most items sold (102) was December 2010 with an average selling price of $37.27 for an autographed item of Bob Feller. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2014 with $74.49 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $8.75 was March 2008. In average, an autographed item from Bob Feller is worth $19.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail*1953 BOWMAN HIGH #114 BOB FELLER, INDIANS AUTOGRAPHED swell w hrln top to auto$88.77logo
thumbnail1991 The Sporting News Conlon Collection - Autographed Insert #35 Bob Feller...$9.00logo
thumbnail1994 Caterpillar Series 2 Bob Feller Autograph Case Hit SSP *Clean$39.95logo
thumbnail2003 Topps Retired Signature Edition #TA-BF Bob Feller Indians HOF AUTO$43.00logo
thumbnailAuthentic Hall of Famer Bob Feller Autographed Photo JSA 127412 - #E740$15.50logo
thumbnailBOB FELLER 2018 PANINI National Treasures Ball Autograph 03/15 Cleveland$20.50logo
thumbnailBOB FELLER CLEVELAND SIGNED 8X10$9.99logo
thumbnailBob Feller Signed 1983 HOF Heroes #36 Card Beckett Auto$27.99logo
thumbnailBob Feller signed 8 X 10 Color Photo with COA Hall of Famer Great signature !!!$4.67logo
thumbnailbob feller signed 8x10 autographed photo picture auto mlb hall of fame hof $28.00logo

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Latest News about Bob Feller

How Bob Feller made Ted Williams start preparing for him three days early (04/30/20): Most times, Ted Williams started getting ready the night before. With Feller, who threw three no-hitters, and who struck out 17 when he was 17 years old, even the greatest hitter ever knew he had his hands full. Go to news article

Pearl Harbor memories still fresh for Stark man (12/07/18): Even at 98, Stark County's last known living Pearl Harbor survivor, Adone "Cal" Calderone has great recall.

Wire Taps: Do the Washington Nationals need Bryce Harper?; Patrick Corbin takes (12/06/18): Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news while we wait for the Nats to make their next big move... Go to news article

Top 10 for Thursday: These are the Top 10 holiday events coming up in the area (12/06/18): Delco Top 10 for Thursday, December 6, 2018

Denver Sports Omelette: Remembering when George H.W. Bush played for the Denver (12/05/18): Alright baseball fans, we are going back into the archives to talk about the Denver Bears and a special player they had back in 1984: George H.W. Bush. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Bob Feller

Top 10 for Thursday: These are the Top 10 holiday events coming up in the area (12/2018): Delco Top 10 for Thursday, December 6, 2018

35 Photos: Bob Feller through the years (04/2015): Already a subscriber? Subscribe today for full access on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Already a print edition subscriber, but don't have a login?

The Bob Feller Museum is closing due to lack of interest (03/2015): It was one of only three player-specific museums left. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians will create Bob Feller museum at Progressive Field: Hey, Hoyns (01/2015): With the Bob Feller museum in Iowa closing, the Indians will open their own Feller Museum at Progressive Field this year. Go to news article

Bob Feller Museum to become new city hall (11/2014): The Bob Feller Museum will be transformed into a city hall. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians' Nick Swisher named recipient of 2014 Bob Feller Act of Valor (10/2014): Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda and senior chief petty officer Carl Thompson of the U.S. Navy were also recognized as winners of the award. Go to news article

Bob Feller statue and 'Who's on First?' bench to move -- but remain close to Pro (09/2014): The 9-foot bronze statue of the famous Indians pitcher Bob Feller, which stands outside of Progressive Field's Gate C entrance off East Ninth Street, will be relocated nearby and remain accessible to the public. Go to news article

Adam LaRoche finalist for Bob Feller Act of Valor Award (08/2014): The Nationals' first baseman will be recognized for his efforts with the military before Tuesday night's game against Arizona. Go to news article

Nick Swisher willing to do anything to help ballclub; finalist for Bob Feller Aw (07/2014): Nick Swisher is slumping, but wants to do whatever it takes to help the Tribe. Go to news article

Jay Bruce nominated for Bob Feller Act of Valor Award (05/2014): One Cincinnati Reds outfielder has been nominated for an award this Memorial Day weekend. Go to news article

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Nomination Process is Under Way (04/2014): Major League Baseball clubs throughout the nation are busy identifying active player and Hall of Fame nominees for the 2014 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award. Electronic nominations we

Local buzz: Finances threaten Iowa's Bob Feller Museum (02/2014): The Bob Feller Museum is scheduled to reopen April 5, but financial troubles are threatening its survival in his central Iowa hometown of Van Meter.

Baseball, Navy team up with Bob Feller awards (11/2013): Major league baseball and the U.S. Navy are sharing common ground in an unusual awards ceremony in Washington.

Chief corpsman to receive Bob Feller Act of Valor award (10/2013): It's not every day that a sailor and pitching ace share a stage, but that's exactly what's in store for Chief Hospital Corpsman (DV/FMF) Garth Sinclair when he accepts the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award on Nov. 6 in Washington, D.C.

The Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Nominees Announced (07/2013): Five major league players have been announced as nominees for the inaugural Bob Feller Act of Valor Award and were recognized before Sunday’s Cleveland Indians - Detroit Tigers gam

MLB, Navy combine for annual Bob Feller Act of Valor Award (03/2013): MLB, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the USS Alabama Battleship Commission sponsor an award that will keep the memory of Indians legend Bob Feller alive. Go to news article

Starkey Hearing Technologies' Senior Vice President Brandon Sawalich Electe (02/2013): Brandon Sawalich, Senior Vice President at Starkey Hearing Technologies, has been elected president of the board of directors of the Bob Feller Museum. The museum, located in Felle

Vinnie Pestano given Bob Feller Award as Cleveland Indians' Man of the Year (12/2012): Cleveland's chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America honored Vinnie Pestano and Manny Acta with its year-end awards. Go to news article

Last Word: Bob Feller (11/2012): Watch Last Word: Bob Feller video online. News and opinion video from The NYTimes including breaking news, investigative reporting, national and international coverage. Style and celebrity video.

Tigers' 13-hit game harkens back to Bob Feller in 1956 (06/2012): Right-hander Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians was the greatest strikeout pitcher of his time. But in the final game of his career -- against the Tigers on Sept. 30, 1956 -- he didn't strike out anyone.

On Memorial Day weekend, Bill Livingston remembers Bob Feller and everything he (05/2012): Memorial Day weekend brings thoughts of the colorful stories and patriotic sacrifices of Indians legend Bob Feller and his generation. Go to news article

Medical field of dreams: Doctor meets spirit of baseball in Bob Feller (01/2012): Indians great reminded doctor of James Cagney, or Humphrey Bogart, or one of those other great actors from the 1930s, who spoke in clipped, important phrases. Go to news article

Bob Feller memorabilia for sale (12/2011): The widow of Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller has donated some of her husband's hats and jerseys to benefit hospice.

The day I got a hit off Bob Feller (11/2011): A lifelong baseball fan recalls his greatest moment on the diamond, at Sicks' Stadium in 1976.

What a day for baby boy ... Bob Feller holds him by statue: Cleveland Indians Me (09/2011): The legendary Indians pitcher gives a couple and their baby a memory to cherish. Go to news article

Bob Feller's autograph has never lost its appeal: Cleveland Indians memories (08/2011): Here is Friday's essay by Robert Bandsuh of Twinsburg. Go to news article

For this fella, doubleheader and a no-hitter by Bob Feller: Cleveland Indians Me (07/2011): Youngster's first game at Cleveland Municipal Stadium turns out to be his greatest. Go to news article

Bob Feller no-hitter, foul ball make for a fair day for Tribe fan: Cleveland Ind (06/2011): A father's early birthday gesture turns into a real treat for a young Indians fan. Go to news article

A teenaged Bob Feller puts on a show against the Yankees: Tribe memories (05/2011): Here is Wednesday's essay by Charles Cormany of Medina. Go to news article

Bert Blyleven got congratulatory note from Bob Feller's widow: Indians chatter (04/2011): Bert Blyleven, who will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in July, received a letter of congratulations from Anne Feller, widow of Hall of Famer and former Indians right-hander Bob Feller, after his election in January. Go to news article

ONLY ONLINE: Indians, fans remember Bob Feller (03/2011): As Indians players past and present filed quietly into pews along with ordinary baseball fans to celebrate the extraordinary life of a one-of-a-kind legend and cherished civic treasure, the church's organ filled the space with a familiar tune.

To honor the greatest Cleveland Indian, how about the Bob Feller Diamond? Bill L (02/2011): On the model of Duke's Coach K Court, why not a Bob Feller Diamond at Progressive Field? Go to news article

P.M. Cleveland Indians links: Tribe on Tour announced; more Bob Feller memories (01/2011): Tribe on Tour lets fans meet Indians players and manager Manny Acta.

On Erie visits, Indians' Bob Feller impressed (12/2010): When Bob Feller appeared at Ainsworth Field in July 1988, I really wanted to bat against him. What self-respecting baseball fan wouldn't want to dig in at home plate against a Hall of Fame pitcher?