Glenn Beckert Autograph

Glenn Beckert

Glenn Beckert was a professional baseball player who enjoyed a 10-year career in Major League Baseball playing for the Chicago Cubs between 1965 and 1973. Born in Pittsburgh in 1940, Beckert began his baseball career as an infielder for Allegheny College. In 1962, the Boston Red Sox signed him as an amateur free agent, but he did not play in the Major Leagues until joining the Cubs. More about Glenn Beckert

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Current items with a signature of Glenn Beckert

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1966 Topps #232 Glenn Beckert Chicago Cubs PSA/DNA Signed Auto$40.00logo
thumbnail1973 Topps Glenn Beckert #440 Autograph / Signed in person Chicago Cubs$11.95logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Autograph Signed 1972 Topps In Action Chicago Cubs$12.00logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Chicago Cubs Signed/Auto 8x10 Photo with COA$19.99logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Signed Authentic 1966 Topps Chicago Cubs Autograph$15.00logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Signed Authentic 1973 Topps Chicago Cubs Autograph$15.00logo
Beckert was known for his exceptional defensive skills while playing second base for the Cubs. He was a consistent player, hitting over .300 four times and was an All-Star three times during his career. One of his best seasons was 1971 when he hit .342 with 25 doubles and scored 89 runs. Beckert was also known for his ability to hit for contact and was difficult to strike out, only striking out an average of 34 times per season throughout his career.

Beckert retired from baseball after the 1973 season with a .283 career batting average, 21 home runs, and 307 runs batted in. He continued to be involved with baseball after his playing career by working as a scout for the San Diego Padres, Philadelphia Phillies, and Toronto Blue Jays. Glenn Beckert passed away in 2019, but his contributions to baseball and the Chicago Cubs will always be remembered. Read even more about Glenn Beckert at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Glenn Beckert

In total, we tracked 764 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Glenn Beckert (Glenn Beckert H&B Game Used Signed Bat Chicago Cubs) was sold in January 2021 for $995.00 while the cheapest item (1989 Pacific Legends GLENN BECKERT Autographed Card) found a new owner for $0.05 in June 2008. The month with the most items sold (22) was April 2020 with an average selling price of $8.99 for an autographed item of Glenn Beckert. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2013 with $138.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was October 2014. In average, an autographed item from Glenn Beckert is worth $9.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1975 Topps #484 Signed Glenn Beckert San Diego Padres EX-EXMINT NO RESERVE!$0.99logo
thumbnailAutographed GLENN BECKERT Chicago Cubs 1972 TOPPS card #46 w/COA$9.99logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert 1972 Topps Cubs authentic autographed card$6.99logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Art Card Limited 11/50 Edward Vela Signed (Chicago Cubs)$4.99logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Autographed MLB Ball 1969 Chicago Cubs Baseball Star PSA COA$53.99logo
thumbnailGLENN BECKERT Chicago CUBS #18 SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Major League BASEBAL w Holder$45.00logo
thumbnailGlenn Beckert Chicago Cubs In Action Signed Auto 1972 Topps #46 ~ COA$9.95logo

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Latest News about Glenn Beckert

Glenn Beckert, who made four All-Star teams with the Chicago Cubs, dies at 79 (04/12/20): The second baseman was a fixture with the Cubs throughout the 1960s Go to news article