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Don Edward Baylor (June 28, 1949 – August 7, 2017) was an American professional baseball player and manager. During his 19 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB), Baylor was a power hitter known for standing very close to home plate ("crowding the plate") and was a first baseman, left fielder, and designated hitter. He played for six different American League (AL) teams, primarily the Baltimore Orioles and California Angels, but he also played for the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, and Boston Red Sox. In 1979, Baylor was an All-Star and won the AL Most Valuable Player Award. He won three Silver Slugger Awards, the Roberto Clemente Award, and was a member of the 1987 World Series champion Minnesota Twins. More about Don Baylor
These are the most current items with a signature of Don Baylor that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1981 FLEER VINTAGE CARD SIGNED AUTO DON BAYLOR CALIFORNIA ANGELS GREAT||$6.99|
|1985 VINTAGE HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPED *CASHE FDC* DON BAYLOR W/JSA COA CF||$17.99|
|1990 Pacific Legends Autographed Don Baylor Auto||$5.00|
|Don Baylor (d.2017) Orioles Yankees Signed Magazine Page Authentic Autograph||$19.99|
|DON BAYLOR 1987 FLEER AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED # 28 BOSTON RED SOX DECEASED||$18.00|
|Don Baylor Hand Signed 1978 Topps California Angels Autograph||$20.00|
|Don Baylor PSA DNA Signed 8x10 Photo Autograph Twins||$38.00|
|Don Baylor Signed Licensed 8X10 NEW YORK YANKEES Photo PSA/DNA Quick Opinion||$14.99|
|⚾1979 TOPPS BASEBALL DON BAYLOR #635 AUTOGRAPHED CARD CALIFORNIA ANGELS⚾||$25.99|
In total, we tracked 879 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Don Baylor (DON BAYLOR CALIFORNIA ANGELS 1979 AL MVP JSA/COA SIGNED JERSEY) was sold in July 2020 for $400.00 while the cheapest item (Don Baylor Signed Baseball Card) found a new owner for $0.01 in August 2014. The month with the most items sold (73) was August 2017 with an average selling price of $12.50 for an autographed item of Don Baylor. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2012 with $100.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.29 was February 2019. In average, an autographed item from Don Baylor is worth $9.99.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Don Baylor were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1985 TOPPS VINTAGE CARD SIGNED AUTO DON BAYLOR YANKEES TWINS GREAT||$5.99|
|1988 FLEER VINTAGE CARD SIGNED AUTO DON BAYLOR TWINS GREAT||$5.99|
|2013 Topps Archives Fan Favorites Certified Autograph DON BAYLOR Angels Auto||$17.50|
|Don Baylor by Don Baylor Signed First Edition (1989, Hardcover)||$19.00|
|Don Baylor Hand Signed 1989 Topps Oakland Athletics Autograph||$11.00|
|Don Baylor Minnesota Twins 1988 Topps Autographed signed Card #545||$25.00|
|Don Baylor Signed 1988 Topps #545 Baseball Card Minnesota Twins Autograph TPG||$9.99|
|Don Baylor Signed 1989 Upper Deck #601 Oakland Athletics||$15.00|
|DON BAYLOR signed baseball card ANGELS autograph||$7.00|
|RED SOX/ORIOLES/YANKEES/ANGELS DON BAYLOR AUTOGRAPHED BASEBALL JSA LOA||$3.00|
Bats Come Alive in Baseball's 10-3 Victory Over Nebraska - Baylor University Ath (03/10/19): The bats for No. 21 Baylor came alive in a big way on Sunday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark, blasting 10 runs on 18 hits to defeat visiting Nebraska, 10-3.
No doubt about it: Baylor bashes three homers, rides Kettler's arm to rout of Bi (02/22/19): Baylor looked like a team from the future, a week (and some light-years) ahead of Cornell. And in a very real sense, that’s exactly what both teams were.
No. 12/15 Bears Complete Four-Game Sweep of Holy Cross - Baylor University Athle (02/17/19): No. 12/15 Baylor baseball finished off a four-game sweep of the Holy Cross Crusaders with a 6-1 win Sunday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark.
MLB playoffs preview: Don Baylor's hard-hitting Angels head for October (09/29/14): Although he deflects any credit, the former Angels slugger and big-league manager known to everybody as "Groove" has his hitters right on track for a memorable October.
Don Baylor's hard-hitting Angels head for October (09/2014): ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Don Baylor's return to the Los Angeles Angels got off to an unbelievably inauspicious start when the hitting coach broke his leg while crouching to catch the ceremonial first pitch on opening day.
Mike Scioscia, Don Baylor On Jimmy Fund’s Nationwide Impact (08/2014): Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia lives nearly 3,000 miles away from Boston, but he’s...
Don Baylor is back from a broken femur and probably won’t be fighting anyone (06/2014): One of the saddest moments of the season was Angels hitting coach Don Baylor fracturing his femur while catching Vladimir Guerrero's ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day.
Injured Angels hitting coach Don Baylor hopes to return by end of May (04/2014): Angels hitting coach Don Baylor is helped off the field after breaking his leg while trying to catch a ceremonial first pitch during the team's season opener.
Eeew! Angels' Don Baylor breaks leg while catching first pitch on Opening Day (03/2014): Baylor will have surgery Tuesday on his right femur.
Metro & state: Don Baylor to join Trammell, Parrish at Wayne State camp Dec. 8 (11/2013): For more information and to register online, go to wsuathletics.com.
Angels hire former Oriole Don Baylor as hitting coach (10/2013): The Angels hired Don Baylor as hitting coach on Wednesday, reuniting them with a former star outfielder who won the American League most valuable player award while leading the Angels to their first AL West title in 1979.
Diamondbacks' Don Baylor feels Justin Upton's pain (08/2011): Don Baylor knows what Justin Upton is going through when it comes to beanings. During his 19-year career in Major League Baseball, he was hit 267 times, the third highest in history.
D-Backs hitting coach Don Baylor wants hitters to forget strikeouts (03/2011): They have been overanalyzed for so long, obsessed about to such a degree, that new Diamondbacks hitting coach Don Baylor doesn't even want his new students thinking about them.