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Henry Albert Bauer (July 31, 1922 – February 9, 2007) was an American right fielder and manager in Major League Baseball. He played with the New York Yankees (1948–1959) and Kansas City Athletics (1960–1961); he batted and threw right-handed. He served as the manager of the Athletics in both Kansas City (1961–62) and in Oakland (1969), as well as the Baltimore Orioles (1964–68), guiding the Orioles to the World Series title in 1966, a four-game sweep over the heavily favored Los Angeles Dodgers. This represented the first World Series title in the franchise's history. More about Hank Bauer
These are the most current items with a signature of Hank Bauer that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|2000 Upper Deck N.Y. Yankees Legends Hank Bauer Signed Baseball Card/Free Ship!||$9.95|
|2002 TOPPS ARCHIVES WORLD SERIES 1952 50TH ANNIVERSARY AUTOGRAPH AUTO HANK BAUER||$10.00|
|AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO AUTO SIGNED HANK BAUER NEW YORK YANKEES 8 X 10||$29.99|
|Hank Bauer Autographed / Signed Baseball||$87.00|
|Hank Bauer Autographed / Signed Baseball||$88.00|
|HANK BAUER autographed 8x10 black/white photo YANKEES||$35.00|
|Hank Bauer Autographed Plaque||$12.00|
|Hank Bauer Hand Signed 1969 Topps Oakland Athletics Autograph||$19.00|
|Hank Bauer Signed Auto Autograph 8x10 Photo XIII - Autographed MLB Photos||$23.99|
In total, we tracked 1378 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Hank Bauer (6 CUT AUTO HANK BAUER FRANK BROOKS ROBINSON PALM SP LEGENDARY SIGNATURE CUTS 1/1) was sold in February 2022 for $799.99 while the cheapest item (Hank Bauer signed 3x5) found a new owner for $0.59 in September 2008. The month with the most items sold (23) was May 2008 with an average selling price of $14.99 for an autographed item of Hank Bauer. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2015 with $35.23 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $3.75 was June 2019. In average, an autographed item from Hank Bauer is worth $11.58.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Hank Bauer were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1953 Bowman #84 Hank Bauer Yankees AUTOGRAPHED||$33.00|
|1960 Topps SIGNED Set Break HANK BAUER Kansas City Athletics Yankees Card #262||$4.95|
|2001 Greats of the Game Hank Bauer AUTOGRAPH Yankeesi||$5.50|
|HANK BAUER 1968 Topps #513 AUTOGRAPH ORIOLES Auto Signed Yankees A's d.2007||$9.99|
|Hank Bauer 2001 Topps Heritage Real One Auto Autograph New York Yankees THA-HB||$41.00|
|Hank Bauer Auto ROMLB Single Signed Autographed Baseball HOF JSA Balldome||$0.99|
|Hank Bauer Autographed Signed 2 Personal checks. .New York Yankees MLB!||$15.00|
|HANK BAUER NEW YORK YANKEES 2001 TOPPS ARCHIVES AUTOGRAPHED||$11.00|
|Hank Bauer Signed 1951 Bowman #183 Yankees PSA 1 PSA/DNA 8 AUTO||$22.50|
|Hank Bauer Signed Baseball - Excellent condition||$18.00|
Hank Bauer | American baseball player and manager (02/05/19): Hank Bauer: Hank Bauer, (Henry Albert Bauer), American baseball player and manager (born July 31, 1922, East St. Louis, Ill.—died Feb. 9, 2007 , Shawnee Mission, Kan.), as an outfielder and slugger for the New York Yankees in 1948–59, helped the team win nine American League pennants and seven World
Football Announcer Hank Bauer Suspended for Jewish Joke (08/28/14): San Diego Chargers radio analyst Hank Bauer was suspended from announcing the team’s final preseason game for invoking a Jewish stereotype in an exchange with his on-air colleague. Click here for the rest of the article...
Chargers announcer Hank Bauer suspended for Jewish joke (08/27/14): San Diego Chargers radio color commentator Hank Bauer was suspended from broadcasting the team's final preseason game on Thursday after telling an anti-Semitic joke at the end of Sunday's broadcast.
Chargers announcer Hank Bauer in trouble over on-air remarks (08/26/14): Long-time Chargers announcer Hank Bauer is in hot water over anti-Semitic comments he recently made. He told a joke on the radio Sunday that many say is not a laughing matter.
NJ resident remembers Hank Bauer's service in World War II (05/2014): New Jersey resident Steve Fredericks is the last living member of the platoon in which Yankees great Hank Bauer served in during World War II.
Pulse of The People: Harry Tutunjian and Hank Bauer call on county to stay withi (09/2012): Nearly two years ago, New York state approved legislation requiring municipalities to comply with a 2 percent property tax cap. The tax cap was implemented in reaction to our state having one of the highest tax burdens in the entire country.