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Heath Bell

Heath Justin Bell (born September 29, 1977) is an American former professional baseball relief pitcher. As a closer with the San Diego Padres from 2009 to 2011, Bell was a three-time All-Star and twice won the Rolaids Relief Man Award. He was also awarded the Delivery Man of the Year Award and The Sporting News Reliever of the Year Award. More about Heath Bell

Current items with a signature of Heath Bell

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailHeath Bell Signed 2003 Upper Deck 40-Man #936 Autograph New York Mets Auto RC$14.97logo
thumbnailHeath Bell SIGNED 2011 Topps Allen & Ginter #42 San Diego Padres AUTOGRAPH$5.00logo
thumbnailHeath Bell signed autographed 2012 Arhives card #121 Miami Marlins$15.00logo
thumbnailHeath Bell signed autographed 2012 Bowman card #138 Miami Marlins$15.00logo
thumbnailHeath Bell Signed Autographed Game Used Bat Baseball Padres Marlin T141 Pro$329.99logo
thumbnailPardres Heath Bell Signed Official Major League Baseball Jsa Cert$40.00logo
thumbnailSan Diego Padres Autographed Baseball Heath Bell Kouzmanoff Cameron Bowen$24.95logo

Traded items with a signature of Heath Bell

In total, we tracked 289 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Heath Bell (Heath Bell Signed 2010 Padres Stadium Banner PSA/DNA COA Auto 5 Feet Petco Park) was sold in April 2013 for $249.99 while the cheapest item (Heath Bell Signed Rawlings OML baseball! WOW! Marlins! Padres! RARE) found a new owner for $0.01 in September 2012. The month with the most items sold (11) was July 2011 with an average selling price of $9.99 for an autographed item of Heath Bell. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2020 with $67.39 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was September 2014. In average, an autographed item from Heath Bell is worth $5.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2003 SPX ROOKIES HEATH BELL AUTO SIGNED GU JERSEY CARD #178 29/1224$5.94logo
thumbnail2010 Topps T206 HEATH BELL TA-HB Piedmont Framed Mini Signed Authentic AUTO tjcr$2.27logo
thumbnailHeath Bell 2009 Topps Career Best Auto Autograph #HB San Diego Padres M13$0.89logo
thumbnailHeath Bell 2010 Topps T-206 Piedmont Mini Framed Autograph Auto Padres$2.00logo
thumbnailHeath Bell Autographed 2011 Topps MLB Card #178, San Diego Padres$4.99logo
thumbnailHeath Bell Padres signed card$3.00logo
thumbnailHeath Bell Signed 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition #22 San Diego Padres Auto$2.45logo
thumbnailHEATH BELL SIGNED 2011 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD SAN DIEGO PADRES$0.99logo
thumbnailHeath Bell Signed Baseball PSA/DNA COA NICE!$40.00logo
thumbnailMiami Marlins SIZE 6 5/8 MIAMI Marlins Fitted Hat Cap Autographed Heath Bell$4.00logo

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Latest News about Heath Bell

Heath Bell has retired from baseball (03/24/15): Veteran reliever Heath Bell was released by the Nationals on Monday after walking five batters and surrendering five runs -- four earned -- over 6 1/3 Grapefruit League innings. And the 37-year-old righty is not going to try to latch on with another team. Go to news article

Sprinting Weirdo Heath Bell Has Retired (03/24/15): The Nationals released Heath Bell Monday, and today, the 37-year-old reliever said he would retire . Watch him sprint to the mound in the 2011 All-Star Game. Read more... Go to news article

Former Padres closer Heath Bell retires at 37 (03/24/15): Former Padres closer Heath Bell retires at 37 Go to news article

Heath Bell To Retire (03/24/15): Veteran right-handed reliever Heath Bell, 37, has decided to retire, he tells MLB.com’s Corey Brock. Bell had been in camp with the Nationals on a minor league deal until his release yesterday. Though Bell says he felt good this spring … Continue reading → Go to news article

Nationals Release Heath Bell (03/23/15): The Nationals have released reliever Heath Bell, SB Nation’s Chris Cotillo tweets. The Nats signed Bell to a minor-league deal in December. He struck out six batters and walked five while allowing five runs, four earned, in 5 1/3 innings … Continue reading → Go to news article

Older News Stories about Heath Bell

Former Padres closer Heath Bell retires at 37 (03/2015): Former Padres closer Heath Bell retires at 37 Go to news article

Nats Journal: Heath Bell dropped 40 pounds this offseason, hopes to compete for (02/2015): The former three-time all-star got down to 228 this offseason as he hopes to compete for a bullpen spot.

Nats Journal: Heath Bell ready to rebound with the Nationals (01/2015): The veteran 37-year-old reliever is ready to prove himself with the Nationals after struggling the past few years with several teams.

Hot Stove roundup: Heath Bell to Nationals (12/2014): Hot Stove roundup: Heath Bell to Nationals

Yankees release Heath Bell (06/2014): Heath Bell signed a minor-league contract with the Yankees on June 13, but after five unimpressive appearances at Triple-A they've released the 36-year-old reliever. Go to news article

Orioles sign right-handed reliever Heath Bell to minor league deal (05/2014): Right-handed reliever Heath Bell, who was released by the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, signed a minor league deal with the Orioles on Friday night and will report to Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday.

Report: Closer Heath Bell headed to Rays in 3-team trade (12/2013): The deal will send Bell and catcher Ryan Hanigan to the Rays along with cash considerations, while the Diamondbacks will receive pitcher Justin Choate and a player to be named later. Cincinnati will get lefty pitcher David Holmberg.

Paul Forrester: Fantasy baseball Trade Tips -- Buy Heath Bell, sell Rickie Weeks (05/2013): Fantasy baseball Trade Tips: Buy Heath Bell, sell Rickie Weeks

Briefs: Diamondbacks get Heath Bell (10/2012): The Arizona Diamondbacks acquired reliever Heath Bell and infielder Cliff Pennington in a pair of trades that sent outfielder Chris Young to the Oakland Athletics.

Heath Bell wears the black hat in a dud of a season for Miami Marlins (09/2012): Usually it’s Ozzie Guillen who suffers from foot-in-mouth disease.

Marlins plan on giving Heath Bell another shot at closer (08/2012): Miami got off to a poor start this year partly because of Heath Bell’s chronic struggles in the first half of the season.

Miami Marlins reliever Heath Bell apologizes for suggesting team’s catchers were (07/2012): Heath Bell reached out to catcher John Buck and apologized Friday for remarks that suggested he was blaming Marlins catchers for his struggles.