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William James "Gates" Brown (May 2, 1939 – September 27, 2013) was an American Major League Baseball left fielder who spent his entire career with the Detroit Tigers (1963–1975). He batted left-handed and threw right-handed. More about Gates Brown
These are the most current items with a signature of Gates Brown that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1975 Topps # 371 Gates Brown Autograph / Signed card Detroit Tigers||$24.99|
|Gates Brown Autographed Signed 1968 Topps Card #583 Detroit Tigers SKU #204130||$39.00|
|GATES BROWN DETROIT TIGERS SIGNED 1968 DOMINO'S CARD AUTOGRAPH||$29.99|
|Gates Brown Hand Signed 1974 Topps Detroit Tigers Autograph||$16.00|
|Gates Brown JSA Coa Autograph 1975 Topps Signed - Baseball Slabbed Autographed Cards||$31.99|
|Gates Brown PSA DNA Coa Signed 1966 Topps Autograph||$45.00|
|GATES BROWN Signed 1974 Topps Baseball Card #389 Detroit Tigers AUTO||$12.99|
|GATES BROWN Signed Official Rawlings Baseball Ball Budig Pres.COA Detroit Tigers||$99.99|
|Vintage Detroit Tigers Autographed Baseball Glove, Gates Brown, Jim Price Rozema||$69.95|
In total, we tracked 677 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Gates Brown (1968 Detroit Tigers Autographed 8x10 Norm Cash Eddie Matthews Gates Brown Comer) was sold in September 2013 for $154.99 while the cheapest item (Gates Brown auto signed 1968 Topps card Tigers #583) found a new owner for $0.50 in August 2010. The month with the most items sold (28) was September 2013 with an average selling price of $11.49 for an autographed item of Gates Brown. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2018 with $75.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was December 2009. In average, an autographed item from Gates Brown is worth $7.99.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Gates Brown were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1970 Topps Gates Brown Autographed Baseball Card #98 Detroit Tigers||$14.00|
|(50) different 1960's signed 3x5 index card Gates Brown, Dave Duncan, Distal||$6.27|
|1967 TOPPS GATES BROWN AUTOGRAPH CARD DETROIT TIGERS||$14.99|
|1967 Topps Gates Brown SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED # 134 Tigers||$9.99|
|1971 Topps #503 Signed Gates Brown DETROIT TIGERS 1968 WSC Autographed High #||$10.00|
|1972 Detroit Tigers TEAM 19 SIGNED Baseball / AL KALINE / GATES BROWN / EX||$73.00|
|Gates Brown 1969 Topps #256 Autographed Tigers 77859||$17.95|
|Gates Brown Autographed Signed Auto 1965 Topps Card #19 Detroit Tigers||$7.86|
|Gates Brown Detroit Tigers Autographed Signed 1981 Detroit News #108 NMMT 103||$10.00|
|GATES BROWN signed 1972 Topps baseball card #187 DETROIT TIGERS 1968 World Champ||$12.99|
John Harbaugh remembers growing up around Gates Brown (03/25/14): Orlando — There is a lot of Detroit in Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. He grew up in Ann Arbor, the son of former Michigan assistant Jack Harbaugh, watching and rooting for the Tigers.
Ashway: Gates Brown, pinch hitter of renown (10/08/13): Commenting not available. Login now | Register for an account disclaimer= http://www.gainesvilletimes.com/ encourages readers to interact with one another. We will not edit your comments, but we reserve the right to delete any inappropriate responses.
Gates Brown memorial service turns into a celebration of his life (10/07/13): For 13 major league seasons, all with the Detroit Tigers, William 'Gates' Brown popped off the bench as cold as his favorite beverage, with the game on the line in the late innings, and delivered.
Former Tiger Gates Brown's memorial service turns into a celebration of his life (10/06/13): For 13 major seasons, all with the Tigers, William (Gates) Brown popped off the bench as cold as his favorite beverage, with the game on the line in the late innings, and delivered.
Former Tiger Gates Brown remembered for having a special affinity with fans (10/2013): Fans, former teammates and family members gathered all afternoon to honor the people's Tiger. They came to mourn. They came to share stories and they came to praise a man who always put fans first whether he was in a Tigers uniform or in a wheelchair where he greeted fans at Comerica Park.
Former Tiger Gates Brown dies at age 74 (09/2013): Gates Brown, the best pinch-hitter in Detroit Tigers history and a member of the 1968 World Series champions, died Friday, the team said. He was 74.
Terry Foster: Cheering on Tigers is Gates Brown's medicine (10/2012): Brown was a clutch hitter for the Tigers in the'60s and '70s. In'68, he hit .450 — as a pinch hitter — and led the American League in pinch-hits. But he couldn't break into the lineup. Why?