Ewell Blackwell Autograph

Ewell Blackwell was an American baseball player who was born on October 23, 1922, in Fresno, California. He started his baseball career in high school and was quickly recruited by the Cincinnati Reds in 1942. Due to World War II, he was drafted into the army and served for three years. Blackwell made his major league debut in 1946 where he quickly became known as one of the best pitchers in the game. More about Ewell Blackwell

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Current items with a signature of Ewell Blackwell

These are the most current items with a signature of Ewell Blackwell that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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thumbnail1989 Pacific Ewell Blackwell AUTOGRAPHED #188 MLB Commemorative Baseball Card$24.99logo
thumbnail1991 Topps Archives 1953 31 Ewell Blackwell Autograph Auto PSA/DNA Baseball Card$39.96logo
thumbnailEwell Blackwell autograph signature index card$20.00logo
thumbnailEWELL BLACKWELL signed 3x5 index card autograph auto baseball Reds Yankees WWII$19.99logo
thumbnailEwell Blackwell Signed Index Card - MLB - Guaranteed to Pass$3.99logo
thumbnailEWELL BLACKWELL Signed Inscribed 1980 Exhibit Red Sepia Baseball Art Card$15.00logo
thumbnailEwell Blackwell, Reds — Signed 3x5 Index Card — Stacks of Plaques COA$23.49logo
During his career, Blackwell was nicknamed "The Whip" for his delivery that was described as "violent and hard to hit". He was known for his fastball and slider which he threw from a 6-foot-6-inch frame. In 1949, he had his best season with 22 wins and only eight losses. Blackwell was selected to the All-Star team six times and was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame in 1960.

Blackwell was a dominant pitcher until 1953 when he suffered a shoulder injury that cut his career short. He attempted to make a comeback but eventually retired in 1955. Despite his shortened career, Blackwell remains one of the most notable pitchers in baseball history. His lifetime stats include 82-78 win-loss record, 1,283 strikeouts, and a 3.30 ERA. He was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Baseball Reliquary in 2002. Read even more about Ewell Blackwell at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Ewell Blackwell

In total, we tracked 475 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ewell Blackwell (1952 TOPPS EWELL BLACKWELL #344-AUTOGRAPHED-PSA SLABBED) was sold in September 2010 for $300.00 while the cheapest item (Ewell Blackwell autographed index card) found a new owner for $0.89 in May 2010. The month with the most items sold (11) was April 2010 with an average selling price of $9.95 for an autographed item of Ewell Blackwell. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2016 with $149.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.29 was February 2010. In average, an autographed item from Ewell Blackwell is worth $9.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1948 Bowman Ewell Blackwell Signed Rookie #2 The Whip Cincinnati Reds$14.99logo
thumbnail1991 Topps Archives Ewell Blackwell 1953 Topps Signed Autograph #31 Card$19.95logo
thumbnailEwell Blackwell 1951 Bowman #24 - Reds - Signed Autograph Auto (d. 1996)$51.00logo
thumbnailEWELL BLACKWELL 1989 Pacific Baseball Legends #188 TTM/IP Signed Autographed$7.95logo
thumbnailEWELL BLACKWELL 1989 Pacific Baseball Legends #188 TTM/IP Signed Autographed$7.95logo
thumbnailEWELL BLACKWELL Autographed 8x10 Photo No-Hitter 1947 Cincinnati Reds Died-1996$19.99logo
thumbnailEwell Blackwell Yankees Reds (d.1996) Autographed 8x10 Signed Program Page$29.99logo

Latest News about Ewell Blackwell

All-Star memories: Ewell Blackwell (07/01/12): ARCHIVE | EMAIL Prior to joining FOXSportsOhio.com, Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy covered the Reds from 1973 to 2009, covering more than 7,000 games and writing close to 18,000 baseball stories.