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Johnnie B. "Dusty" Baker Jr. (born June 15, 1949) is an American baseball manager and former outfielder who is the manager of the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for 19 seasons, most notably with the Los Angeles Dodgers. During his Dodgers tenure, he was a two-time All-Star, won two Silver Slugger Awards and a Gold Glove Award, and became the first NLCS MVP, which he received during the 1977 National League Championship Series. He also made three World Series appearances, winning one in 1981. More about Dusty Baker
These are the most current items with a signature of Dusty Baker that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1975 SSPC autograph card of Dusty Baker # 16||$20.00|
|1981 Donruss autograph card of Dusty Baker # 179||$20.00|
|2021 Topps Archive Signature Series Dusty Baker #13/63||$74.28|
|2022 TOPPS ARCHIVES 2009 TOPPS DUSTY BAKER AUTOGRAPH #D29/51 CINCINNATI REDS||$59.95|
|Dodgers Dusty Baker Mint 2014 Panini Donruss Signatures Auto Autograph #DB||$14.95|
|Dusty Baker Signed 2014 Topps Allen & Ginter Atlanta Braves Auto Authentic||$14.99|
|SIGNED DUSTY BAKER 1981 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD AUTOGRAPH - DODGERS||$17.99|
In total, we tracked 1165 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Dusty Baker (2002 SF Giants Team 34+ Signed World Series Baseball w/ Dusty Baker Sweet Spot) was sold in November 2021 for $257.00 while the cheapest item (ATLANTA BRAVES DUSTY BAKER © 1975 Topps Baseball card# .33, miscut, Autographed) found a new owner for $0.01 in November 2021. The month with the most items sold (57) was October 2021 with an average selling price of $15.00 for an autographed item of Dusty Baker. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2019 with $59.98 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was April 2014. In average, an autographed item from Dusty Baker is worth $11.56.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Dusty Baker were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1985 Topps Traded #4T Dusty Baker A's Signed Auto *G2800||$5.00|
|1986 Topps #645 Dusty Baker A's Signed Auto *G2806||$5.00|
|1990 Pacific Legends Autographed Dusty Baker Auto||$6.50|
|2006 Fleer Greats Dusty Baker Autograph/Auto Dodgers T1-75 Copies SSP||$27.99|
|2021 Topps Archives Dusty Baker Auto Autograph FFA-DBA Signed Card||$39.99|
|2021 Topps Archives Dusty Baker Fan Favorites Auto #FFA-DBA Astros Autograph||$30.00|
|2022 Topps Archives Signature Series Dusty Baker /20 On Card Auto Reds Manager||$18.50|
|2022 Topps Archives Signature Series Dusty Baker 20/20 On Card Auto Reds Manager||$27.00|
|46/95 Dusty Baker 2021 Topps Archives Signature Retired 1985 Auto Autograph||$5.51|
|Dusty Baker Signed 1987 Topps Oakland A's Baseball Card Autographed||$2.99|
Baker back with Astros after missing 5 games (08/11/22): Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker returned Thursday for the finale of a series against the Texas Rangers following a five-game absence after testing positive for COVID-19.
Astros manager Baker tests positive for COVID (08/06/22): Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker tested positive for COVID-19, and bench coach Joe Espada filled in for him for the Friday night game against the Cleveland Guardians.
Dusty Baker tinkering with Astros’ leadoff man (03/2022): Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker has been trying different players in the leadoff spot after admitting Jose Altuve doesn't love hitting there.
2021 MLB Draft: Six Day 2 takeaways, as Reds land former College World Series st (07/2021): The Nats also made a notable selection, taking Dusty Baker's son (and 2002 World Series bat boy), Darren Baker
Astros' Bregman set for IL with hamstring strain (08/2020): After leaving Wednesday's game when he favored with leg while running the bases, Astros third baseman Alex Bregman is being placed on the 10-day injured list with a right hamstring strain, manager Dusty Baker told reporters.
Astros pick up manager Baker's 2021 option (07/2020): The Houston Astros picked up the 2021 option on the contract of manager Dusty Baker on Tuesday, a relief for Baker, who has spent several seasons working as a lame duck while with previous teams.
Wine, solar energy and a joint with Jimi Hendrix: The interesting life of Dusty (06/2020): Dusty Baker isn't simply a retired baseball player and manager. And he was, and is, good at both. But there is so much more to the most interesting man in baseball.
Are we witnessing the end of the high-five? (05/2020): The celebration has been part of sports for more than 40 years. But with athletes rethinking distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, even the high-five's originator, Dusty Baker, is saying it's time to move on.
Verlander resumes throwing after groin surgery (04/2020): Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander has resumed throwing and is "doing great" as he recovers from March groin surgery, manager Dusty Baker said Wednesday.
This understanding reached by Peter Magowan and Dusty Baker is of comfort now (01/2019): Not only did Peter Magowan hire Dusty Baker as GIants manager, he loaned him money to resolve “some IRS trouble.”
Baseball legend Dusty Baker reinvents himself with solar venture (12/2018): Baker founded Baker Energy Team four years ago, between managerial stints with the Reds and Nationals.
Dusty Baker speaks in Chico to help American Legion (02/2015): Former San Franciso Giants manager Dusty Baker is in Chico Friday night, helping raising money for Chico's American Legion team, the Chico Nuts.
Dusty Baker: 'I never revel in anyone else's lament' (09/2014): Dusty Baker discusses what he's been doing during the Reds' season
Todd Telford on Marin motor sports: Novato's Smith gets unexpected lift from Dus (06/2014): SONOMA >> Racing drivers hold the wheel at 10 and two, but many spend far more time with their fingers crossed.
With a season on-deck, Dusty Baker's garden grows (03/2014): GRANITE BAY -- Dusty Baker looks at his overgrown collard greens and heads to the shed for his scissors.
Dusty Baker wants another shot (02/2014): As Major League Baseball camps open, Dusty Baker, fired as Cincinnati Reds manager after back-to-back 90-win seasons, finds himself without a job for only the third spring in nearly 50 years.
Reds choose pitching coach Bryan Price for next manager, replacing Dusty Baker (10/2013): CINCINNATI - Pitching coach Bryan Price was first on the Reds' list of manager candidates. Three hours of answering every question tossed his way ended their search rather quickly.
Brandon Phillips Calls Reporter C. Trent Rosecrans a “Fat Motherf—er” For Critic (08/2013): Heated exchange in the clubhouse makes Dusty Baker giggle.
Video: Dusty Baker on Homer Bailey’s loss (07/2013): Reds manager Dusty Baker said he did everything he could to try to get Homer Bailey a win in Sunday’s 3-2 loss to the Pirates:
Video: Dusty Baker on pitching in Reds’ loss (06/2013): Reds manager Dusty Baker talked about Yu Darvish keeping the Cincinnati lineup at bay – and Mat Latos’ outing in the losing effort – following the Reds’ 3-2 loss in Arlington on Sunday.
Video: Dusty Baker discusses Homer’s bad inning (05/2013): Reds manager Dusty Baker discusses starter Homer Bailey’s rough outing in Thursday’s 7-1 loss to the Indians in Cleveland:
Fastball Fix: Sabermetrics supporters are not fans of Reds manager Dusty Baker (04/2013): Each weekday, Star reporter Mark Ambrogi, a life-long Reds fan, will provide links to Indy's four favorite teams - the Reds, Cubs, Cardinals and White Sox - and other hot topics in baseball.
Dusty Baker wants to manage Team USA in WBC (03/2013): Dusty Baker wants to manage Team USA in WBC
Dusty Baker may be in The Best Shape of His Life (02/2013): At least his managerial life. This pic was taken on Saturday. Dude looks like he could cover right field today if he had to.
Cincinnati Reds Were Right to Stick With Dusty Baker , Right? (01/2013): COMMENTARY | This offseason, the Cincinnati Reds gave manager Dusty Baker a two-year contract extension and, effectively, at least two more opportunities to win it all.
Dusty Baker ready to resume battle with Cards (12/2012): Good health, new contract leave Reds' 63-year-old manager rejuvenated.
Reds extend Dusty Baker's deal for 2 years (10/2012): Reds owner Bob Castellini couldn't imagine Dusty Baker leaving. The 63-year-old manager got a two-year contract extension Monday, giving him another chance to take Cincinnati deep into the playoffs.
Dusty Baker intends to rejoin Reds in St. Louis (09/2012): Dusty Baker is going to rejoin the Cincinnati Reds in St. Louis after missing 11 games because of a mini-stroke, and he will manage the team during the final series of the regular season.
Team President wants Dusty Baker to stay with the Reds “for many years to come” (08/2012): It’s hard to find a successful manager who polarizes his own team’s fan base as much as Dusty Baker. I’m not sure why. The stuff about him being hard on pitchers is pretty far in the past. I think he’s a pretty good manager. His players seem to like him. He does the one thing…
Cleveland Indians' Derek Lowe gets another shot against Reds, Dusty Baker: India (06/2012): Indians pitcher Derek Lowe and Reds manager Dusty Baker meet Monday for the second time in less than a week. Will their long-standing feud re-ignite?
Winter Meetings interview with Dusty Baker (12/2011): Winter Meetings interview with Dusty Baker
Frechette, 81, coaches at Dusty Baker baseball camp (07/2011): Gene Frechette lives and breathes baseball.
Tipsheet: Dusty Baker is sad today (05/2011): Reds have lost seven out of eight and suddenly need more pitching.
Reds unveil Dusty Baker bobblehead doll/toothpick holder (03/2011): From the Reds’ official Twitter feed, here’s a picture of the Dusty Baker bobblehead doll the team will be giving away for the July 2 game against the Indians, which pretty brilliantly incorporates the manager’s penchant for dugout toothpick usage:
Dusty Baker: 10 facts (01/2011): Here are 10 facts about Reds manager Dusty Baker that you may not know. For example, Baker had a scholarship offer to play basketball at Santa Clara University.