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Chris Carpenter

Chris Carpenter is a former professional Major League Baseball pitcher who spent more than 15 seasons playing for the Toronto Blue Jays and the St. Louis Cardinals. He was born in Exeter, New Hampshire on April 27, 1975, and is considered one of the most accomplished pitchers of his generation. His baseball journey started at Trinity High School in New Hampshire, and soon after he was selected by the Blue Jays in the first round of the 1993 MLB Draft. More about Chris Carpenter

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Current items with a signature of Chris Carpenter

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Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail041, 1996 Leaf Signature, Original Autograph of Chris Carpenter, Brewers$14.95logo
thumbnail1994 SIGNATURE RC AUTOGRAPH Baseball Card LXXXVI CHRIS CARPENTER Blue Jays LE$9.99logo
thumbnail2004 Kansas City Life St Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter #29 Auto Signed$19.99logo
thumbnail2009 Upper Deck Signature Stars Chris Carpenter #27$1.09logo
thumbnail2010 Sports Illustrated Kids Chris Carpenter Signed IP Autograph Cardinals HOF$18.99logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter St. Louis Cardinals 1992 Donruss #79 Autographed Baseball Card$1.55logo
thumbnailSt. Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter Autographed Hall of Fame Matte$144.99logo
thumbnailSt. Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter Autographed Photo$129.99logo
Carpenter made his MLB debut in 1997 and spent six seasons with the Blue Jays, where he recorded a 49-50 record and 4.83 ERA in 150 starts. In 2002, he signed with the Cardinals, and it was here where he achieved great success. Carpenter had his all-star seasons from 2004-2006, where he won a Cy Young Award in 2005 and helped the Cardinals win the World Series in 2006. Throughout his career, he recorded an impressive 144-94 record with a 3.76 ERA in 350 starts. Carpenter unfortunately battled injuries and was forced to retire in 2012 at the age of 37.

Carpenter's success came from his unique pitching style, which included a heavy sinker and a curveball that was tough for hitters to distinguish from his fastball. He was known for his work ethic and desire to win, and his performance in big games made him one of the most reliable pitchers in baseball. Carpenter's baseball legacy has left a huge impact on the sport, and he remains a respected figure by baseball enthusiasts to this day. Read even more about Chris Carpenter at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Chris Carpenter

In total, we tracked 878 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 Chris Carpenter (Chris Carpenter H&B M9 Maple Game Used Signed Bat St. Louis Cardinals) was sold in April 2020 for $850.00 while the cheapest item (Chris Carpenter Signed Blue Jays Baseball Card) found a new owner for $0.10 in July 2015. The month with the most items sold (21) was April 2020 with an average selling price of $13.50 for an autographed item of Chris Carpenter. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2012 with $278.49 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was July 2023. In average, an autographed item from Chris Carpenter is worth $19.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1991 Leaf #507 Chris Carpenter St Louis Cardinals Signed Card Autographed Auto$2.45logo
thumbnail1996 Bowman's Best Chris Carpenter #129 Toronto Blue Jays signed autograph$2.99logo
thumbnailCardinals ~Chris Carpenter~ Autographed Baseball Card 2005 Topps Update #194 JSA$25.49logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter 1994 Signature Rookies Tetrad Auto Autograph /7750 Rookie RC$4.95logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter Art Card Limited 19/50 Edward Vela Signed (St. Louis Cardinals)$4.99logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter Autograph Cubs RC 2008 Razor Letterman Baseball Card #CHC-P Look$3.25logo
thumbnailCHRIS CARPENTER JASON SIMONTACHI and CAIRO autographed Cardinals Logo baseball$29.99logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter Signed 1995 Upper Deck Minors Beckett Grade 8 Card/auto Rookie!$24.99logo
thumbnailChris Carpenter Signed ROML Baseball Autograph NL CY 05 Inscription JSA ZJ9451$45.05logo
thumbnailSIGNED CHRIS CARPENTER 1990 FLEER #243~~NM+~~NM$3.29logo

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Latest News about Chris Carpenter

Cardinals sharpen swings, meet new coach in visit to Carpenter's Frozen Rope Ran (02/17/19): JUPITER, Fla. • New hitting coach Jeff Albert and returning shortstop Paul DeJong ended up on the same flight to Dallas, so the two Cardinals shared a rental car and

Chris Carpenter is a very special assistant for the Cardinals (02/16/19): Asked if he thought Carpenter’s trademark intensity would rub off on the Cardinals, pitching coach Mike Maddux laughed and said, 'I don’t know how it can’t. He’s a great addition Go to news article

Matt Carpenter, Underrated, 2019 Fantasy Baseball (02/06/19): A look at Matt Carpenter and Trevor Story for the 2019 Fantasy Baseball Season. Go to news article

Matt Carpenter, Freddie Freeman And MLB's Foremost Hitting Technicians (02/01/19): Great hitters fall into two broad categories: the "mashers" and the "technicians." Here, we look at the latter group, those who rely on consistency of output and form to reach the top of their profession. Go to news article

Former MLB Pitcher Chris Carpenter Selling Palm Beach Home For $675K (07/29/14): World Series-winning pitcher Chris Carpenter is selling his Palm Beach, Fla., home, and you might... Go to news article

Older News Stories about Chris Carpenter

Chris Carpenter brings exuberant pop music to Foundry this weekend (07/2014): When Chris Carpenter discusses the circumstances that led him to join the swollen ranks of Nashville's career singers/songwriters in 2009, his mind has a tendency to orbit questions enthusiastically before answering them.

Why Wine Collectors Love Mountain Grown Fruit: Napa's Chris Carpenter Explains (05/2014): Wines made from mountain fruit show an arguably more intense expression of their grape, with more structure, depth, and ageability. It appeals to wine collectors for exactly those reasons. Go to news article

Chris Carpenter performs live in WVLT studio (04/2014): Chris Carpenter performs live in WVLT studio

Retired Cardinal Chris Carpenter on pitching: 'I don't miss it' (03/2014): Chris Carpenter isn't yet sure what job responsibilities he will have as special assistant to S

Chris Carpenter set for inside role with team (01/2014): Cards want to "harness" his interest, expertise with an introductory to baseball operations, from development to scouting.

Cardinals confirm Chris Carpenter retirement, will ‘identify a future role’ for (11/2013): Chris Carpenter, the 2005 NL Cy Young Award winner, is retiring after lingering issues with his right shoulder kept him out for all of last season, the St. Louis Cardinals announced this week.

Chris Carpenter set to finish career as St. Louis Cardinal (10/2013): Chris Carpenter won't make another comeback next spring.

Chris Carpenter not eyeing 2014 (09/2013): Notebook • Veteran pitcher 'enjoying time with the guys,' not ready to talk about a return for next season.

Chris Carpenter unsure about 2014 (08/2013): If Chris Carpenter intends to make an attempt at pitching again next season, Cardinals general manager Mozeliak said the veteran ace has deserved “the conversation” about making his comeback as a member of the Cardinals.

Chris Carpenter 'back to square one' (07/2013): That's Mozeliak's assessment as veteran's rehab comes to a halt because of numbness in pitching hand.

Chris Carpenter to resume throwing (06/2013): Righthander Chris Carpenter, who had been shut down with lower back stiffness after he locked up during a weight training session last Sunday, played some catch on Friday, including with his son, and has been cleared to resume bullpen throwing sessions.

Chris Carpenter eases up (05/2013): Righthander Chris Carpenter, still hoping to rebound once more from a nerve condition that has cost him much of the last two seasons, has resumed throwing off the mound after taking a few days off when his right shoulder felt “fatigued."

Cardinals' Chris Carpenter holding on to hope (03/2013): JUPITER, Fla. - The St. Louis Cardinals' ace is back. But he's just visiting.

Cardinals place Chris Carpenter on 60-day DL (02/2013): The St. Louis Cardinals placed pitcher Chris Carpenter on the 60-day disabled list due to continued problems in his throwing shoulder, the team said Friday.

Feldman: Chris Carpenter arguably the Cards biggest X-factor for 2013 (01/2013): Going into every single season for every single team in every single sport there are questions. Questions whose answers can change the fortune of a franchise like that (snaps fingers).

Chris Carpenter still in despite shaky start (10/2012): The Cardinals are down 5-0, which is something that should make the opposing team nervous, of course. But Mike Matheny isn't managing the opposing team; he's managing the team...

Cards' Chris Carpenter returns (09/2012): Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Chris Carpenter was activated from the 60-day disabled list on Friday and made his season debut in the Cincinnati Reds' 5-4, 11-inning loss to the Chicago Cubs.

Cardinals' Chris Carpenter throws live batting practice (08/2012): St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter threw two simulated innings of live batting practice on Friday six weeks after undergoing what was considered season-ending surgery to repair a nerve injury in his right shoulder. Go to news article

Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter to begin rehab next week (07/2012): St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter expects to begin a rehab program next week following surgery to relieve nerve compression that left his arm and much of the right side of his body numb. Go to news article

Baseball notebook: Cardinals' Chris Carpenter could miss season (06/2012): The Mets game ended too late for this edition. Check out for the results. St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Chris Carpenter resumed a throwing program after recovering from a compressed nerve in his shoulder.

Back in camp, Chris Carpenter unsure when he'll return to field (03/2012): Cardinals right-hander Chris Carpenter returned to Florida from St. Louis where he underwent several tests on his ailing right shoulder. Carpenter said he's not sure when he will be able to start throwing again and it appears he will miss at least the first month of the season and probably more.

Pitcher Chris Carpenter reports to Red Sox training camp (02/2012): FORT MYERS, Fla. – The “other” Christopher John Carpenter joined his new Boston Red Sox teammates Friday, reporting to spring training at Fenway South following his trade from the Chicago Cubs. Go to news article

Chris Carpenter is also good at hockey (11/2011): Cardinals pitcher took to the ice with the St. Louis Blues today.

Cardinals Win Game 7 Over Rangers: Chris Carpenter, Allen Craig Lead St. Louis (10/2011): ST. LOUIS David Freese swooped in, expecting Elvis Andrus to bunt. He did, but the ball trickled wide of the line.

Cardinals, Brewers clear benches after Nyjer Morgan-Chris Carpenter incident (09/2011): Cardinals, Brewers clear benches after Nyjer Morgan-Chris Carpenter incident.

Chris Carpenter feels 'fine' in return to mound for St. Louis (03/2011): LAKELAND, Fla. -- Chris Carpenter was given a vote of confidence in his return to the mound from a hamstring injury: He was named the St. Louis Cardinals ' opening day starter.