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Edward Emil Kranepool (born November 8, 1944) is an American former professional baseball player. He spent his entire Major League Baseball career with the New York Mets. He was predominantly a first baseman, but he also played in the outfield. More about Ed Kranepool
These are the most current items with a signature of Ed Kranepool that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1967 TOPPS BASEBALL METS MAULERS ED KRANEPOOL RON SWOBODA #186 SIGNED CARD METS||$19.99|
|1975 SSPC VINTAGE CARD SIGNED AUTO ED KRANEPOOL METS GREAT||$4.99|
|1975 Topps Ed Kranepool Card #324 Autograph Signed NY Mets||$9.99|
|1980 TOPPS BASEBALL ED KRANEPOOL #641 AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CARD NEW YORK METS||$7.49|
|Ed Kranepool Autograph 5 x 7 Picture New York Mets||$4.99|
|Ed Kranepool Hand Signed 1965 Topps New York Mets Autograph||$15.00|
|Ed Kranepool Signed Auto Autograph 8x10 Photo VI - Autographed MLB Photos||$22.79|
|Ed Kranepool Signed Auto Autograph 8x10 Photo w/ 1969 WS Champs Inscription - Autographed MLB Photos||$22.79|
|Signed 8x10 ED KRANEPOOL New York Mets Autographed Photo - COA||$8.99|
In total, we tracked 1025 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Ed Kranepool (Max Alvis Bob Bailey Ed Kranepool Tony Oliva Signed 1963 Topps RC AUTO PSA/DNA) was sold in July 2022 for $158.57 while the cheapest item (Ed Kranepool signed cut on a 3x5) found a new owner for $0.49 in January 2013. The month with the most items sold (24) was August 2022 with an average selling price of $8.99 for an autographed item of Ed Kranepool. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in September 2013 with $49.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.63 was October 2010. In average, an autographed item from Ed Kranepool is worth $8.50.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Ed Kranepool were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1989 Pacific Legends Autographed Ed Kranepool Auto||$6.50|
|1999 ED KRANEPOOL FLEER SPORTS ILLUSTRATED AUTO/AUTOGRAPH 1969 NEW YORK METS||$7.99|
|Ed Kranepool & Ron Swoboda SIGNED NY Mets 1960s Newspaper Photos 4x6 Card||$2.99|
|Ed Kranepool 1989 Pacific Legends autographed auto signed card Mets||$6.99|
|Ed Kranepool 2012 Topps All-Time Fan Favorites Auto Autograph NY Mets A15||$8.50|
|ED KRANEPOOL GOOD BYE SHEA 1969 WSC METS SIGNED AUTO SHEA STADIUM BASEBALL JSA||$149.99|
|Ed Kranepool Mets In-Person Autographed Baseball Card 1979 Topps # 505||$1.75|
|Ed Kranepool Signed 1972 Topps Card #181 - 1969 World Champion Mets - AUTOGRAPH||$7.00|
|Ed Kranepool Sketch Card Limited 11/50 Edward Vela Signed||$2.99|
|New York Mets Ed Kranepool Signed Baseball BAS CoA||$19.99|
Former Mets Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky remember playing with Tom Seaver | The (04/13/22): Former Mets Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky, who played with Mets legend Tom Seaver, talk about what “The Franchise” meant to them as a teammate and a leader.
David Wright of New York Mets passes Ed Kranepool for most hits in team history (09/26/12): NEW YORK — David Wright has the most hits in New York Mets history. The slugger reached on an infield single in the third inning Wednesday night against Pittsburgh for his 1,419th hit, snapping a tie with Ed Kranepool atop the team's career list.
David Wright ties Ed Kranepool at top of Mets' career hits list in loss to Pirat (09/26/12): Mets second baseman Justin Turner tags out the Pirates' Alex Presley after he was picked off first base on Tuesday. The Mets lost 10-6. / Brad Penner/US PRESSWIRE
David Wright Joins Ed Kranepool Atop Mets’ Hits List (09/24/12): Third Baseman David Wright has been enduring a second-half slump, but in Tuesday’s loss to the Pirates, Wright tied Ed Kranepool atop the Mets career hits list with 1,418.
Bats: Ed Kranepool Could Lose Mets' Mark (09/12/12): David Wright is closing in on Ed Kranepool's record for most career hits by a Met.
B&C Morning Show: Ed Kranepool With Boomer & Carton (04/2011): Ed Kranepool played his entire 17-year career with the Mets and to this day still wears his 1969 World Series ring. He joined Boomer & Craig this morning to talk a little baseball.