Harrison Bader Autograph

Harrison Bader

Harrison Joseph Bader (born June 3, 1994), nicknamed "Tots," is an American professional baseball center fielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has previously played in MLB for the St. Louis Cardinals. More about Harrison Bader

Current items with a signature of Harrison Bader

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2016 TOPPS HERITAGE 88 HARRISON BADER CARDINALS AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CARD$19.99logo
thumbnail2018 Bowman Chrome Harrison Bader ROY Favorites On Card Autograph Auto SP /99$29.99logo
thumbnail2018 BOWMAN CHROME REFRACTOR HARRISON BADER RC Rookie Autograph AUTO 490/499$45.00logo
thumbnail2018 Finest Autographs Refractors Green Wave #FA-HB Harrison Bader out of 99 Only 99 Made$39.99logo
thumbnail2018 Topps The MLB Living Set #120 Harrison Bader RC Rookie St. Louis Cardinals Official Baseball Trading Card with Facsimile Red Autograph on Back ONLINE EX..$19.95logo
thumbnail2019 Chronicles STL Harrison Bader Boys of Summer Auto Autograph Acetate /15$49.95logo
thumbnail2021 Topps #286 Harrison Bader Signed Card Autograph$22.99logo
thumbnailHarrison Bader 2016 Bowman Chrome Auto Prospect Autograph $40.00logo
thumbnailHarrison Bader 2018 Topps Tribute Autograph BLUE #TA-HB /199 Rookie$49.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Harrison Bader

In total, we tracked 545 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Harrison Bader (2016 Bowman Chrome ORANGE Refractor AUTO *20/25* HARRISON BADER Rookie Autograph) was sold in February 2022 for $499.00 while the cheapest item (2018 Topps Bunt 82CC Super Rare Harrison Bader Fire SIGNATURE RELIC) found a new owner for $0.99 in November 2021. The month with the most items sold (44) was September 2021 with an average selling price of $19.75 for an autographed item of Harrison Bader. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2018 with $129.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.25 was June 2019. In average, an autographed item from Harrison Bader is worth $15.00.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2018 Donruss HARRISON BADER SIGNATURE SERIES AUTO ROOKIE St. Louis Cardinals$6.50logo
thumbnail2018 Finest Harrison Bader Rookie RC Auto Autograph Refractor$17.99logo
thumbnail2018 Immaculate Harrison Bader Rookie Card Auto Autograph #99/99 Cardinals H42$16.50logo
thumbnail2018 Panini Donruss HARRISON BADER RC Rookie Signature Series Auto Holo JE16$11.50logo
thumbnail2018 Topps Definitive Harrison Bader Rookie Autograph Card DRA-HB #03/50$19.99logo
thumbnail2018 Topps Finest Refractor Harrison Bader Cardinals RC Rookie Signed AUTO$37.00logo
thumbnail2018 Topps Harrison Bader Rookie Auto Autograph RC sa-hb$7.50logo
thumbnailHARRISON BADER $80++ YANKEES ROOKIE AUTO SILVER PRIZMS RC 2018 DONRUSS AUTOGRAPH$12.50logo
thumbnailHarrison Bader 2018 gypsy queen blue auto autograph #1/150$5.00logo
thumbnailHarrison Bader 2018 inception logo patch auto autograph rcr 9$75.00logo

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Latest News about Harrison Bader

LOOK: Harrison Bader chugs three beers at once in celebration of Yankees' AL Eas (09/28/22): Bader channeled his inner 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin during the clubhouse party Go to news article

Harrison Bader, Luis Severino Spark Yankees (09/24/22): Numerous players have returned from the injured list, taking some of the burden off Aaron Judge’s massive shoulders. Go to news article

Bader makes Yankees debut as Montas hits IL (09/20/22): Harrison Bader made his Yankees debut Tuesday night but left-hander Frankie Montas was placed on the 15-day injured list with shoulder inflammation in a corresponding move. Go to news article

Yankees' Frankie Montas hits IL with shoulder issue; Harrison Bader activated fo (09/20/22): Montas was forced out of his start early on Friday Go to news article

Aaron Hicks unsure about future with Yankees: 'It's not really my call' (09/18/22): Hicks' playing time will likely decrease as Harrison Bader makes his team debut in the coming days Go to news article

Older News Stories about Harrison Bader

Cardinals place righty Flaherty, OF Bader on IL (06/2022): The Cardinals placed right-hander Jack Flaherty (right shoulder strain) and center fielder Harrison Bader (right foot plantar fasciitis) on the injured list Monday. Go to news article

Passing the mic: Harrison Bader, Justin Turner tell all on Sunday Night Baseball (05/2022): Each week, we're collecting the best stories from the MLB stars mic'ed up on Sunday nights -- and behind-the-scenes reflections from producers and the players themselves. Go to news article

Harrison Bader agrees to 2-year, $10.4M contract with Cardinals (04/2022): Gold Glove-winning outfielder Harrison Bader and the Cardinals agreed to a two-year, $10.4 million contract and avoided salary arbitration. Go to news article

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Harrison Bader moonlights as elementary school P. (01/2022): With the MLB lockout ongoing, the St. Louis Cardinals center fielder surprised Missouri students by pinch-hitting for their phys ed teacher. Go to news article

Brewers' Burnes sets record with K's vs. Cards (05/2021): The Brewers' Corbin Burnes set the major league record for strikeouts without issuing a walk to start a season with 52 when he struck out the Cardinals' Harrison Bader on Thursday. Go to news article

Harrison Bader will open 2021 MLB season on injured list; so what will Cardinals (03/2021): Bader will miss a minimum of four weeks Go to news article

Cards' Bader on starting in CF: 'It's my position' (01/2020): Harrison Bader is confident he'll be in center field for the St. Louis Cardinals when the season begins. "It's my position. I'm going to take it. There's no sense in talking about it," he said. Go to news article