Jerry Coleman Autograph

Gerald Francis "Jerry" Coleman (September 14, 1924 – January 5, 2014) was a Major League Baseball (MLB) second baseman for the New York Yankees and manager of the San Diego Padres for one year. Coleman was named the rookie of the year in 1949 by Associated Press, and was an All-Star in 1950 and later that year was named the World Series Most Valuable Player. Yankees teams on which he was a player appeared in six World Series during his career, winning four times. Coleman served as a Marine Corps pilot in World War II and the Korean War, flying combat missions with the VMSB-341 Torrid Turtles (WWII) and VMA-323 Death Rattlers (Korea) in both wars. He later became a broadcaster, and he was honored in 2005 by the National Baseball Hall of Fame with the Ford C. Frick Award for his broadcasting contributions. More about Jerry Coleman

The most expensive item with a signature of Jerry Coleman (signed Jerry Coleman 1951 Topps 18, PSA/DNA Yankees Mint 9 auto) was sold on eBay in June 2015 for $100.00 while the cheapest item (JERRY COLEMAN AUTO SIGNED BASEBALL PADRES YANKEES HOLO) found a new owner for $0.01 in October 2010. The month with the most items sold (49) was January 2014 with an average selling price of $20.98 for an autographed item of Jerry Coleman. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2016 with $33.24 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.66 was January 2008. In average, an autographed item from Jerry Coleman is worth $13.16.

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Current items with a signature of Jerry Coleman

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

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1955 Bowman #99 Jerry Coleman On Card Autograph Signature Au8181$25.99
Bip Roberts Signed Jerry Coleman Padres Charity Event Schedule PSA/DNA COA Auto$23.99
JERRY COLEMAN (N.Y. Yankees) signed baseball w/ PSA COA$79.95
JERRY COLEMAN 2002 FLEER FALL CLASSIC Autographed Signed Baseball Card SGC 71 FG$39.95
JERRY COLEMAN autographed signed auto baseball All Star NEW YORK YANKEES PADRES$30.00
Jerry Coleman Signed 1955 Bowman Yankees Baseball Card #99 PSA/DNA COA Autograph$99.99
JERRY COLEMAN SIGNED MINT CUT PSA/DNA SLABBED AUTOGRAPHED HOF NEW YORK YANKEES$44.99

Traded items with a signature of Jerry Coleman

In total, we tracked 740 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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

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JERRY COLEMAN AUTO SIGNED BASEBALL YANKEES PADRES PROOF$7.50
JERRY COLEMAN AUTO SIGNED BASEBALL YANKEES PADRES PROOF$6.00
JERRY COLEMAN AUTO SIGNED BASEBALL YANKEES PADRES PROOF$4.99
JERRY COLEMAN AUTO SIGNED BASEBALL YANKEES PADRES PROOF$4.99
JERRY COLEMAN SIGNED AUTO'D 8X10 PHOTO PSA/DNA YANKEES$34.99

Jerry Coleman signed Baseball Trading Cards by Manufacturer

Traded Balls with a signature of Jerry Coleman

Most recently, these Balls with a signature of Jerry Coleman were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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BASEBALL (off AL) signed JERRY COLEMAN 1949-53 WC$20.48
BASEBALL (off AL) signed JERRY COLEMAN 1949-53 WC$13.29
BASEBALL (off AL) signed JERRY COLEMAN 1949-53 WC$20.75
JERRY COLEMAN SIGNED YANKEES 100YR BASEBALL-COA$12.95

Traded Index Cards with a signature of Jerry Coleman

Most recently, these Index Cards with a signature of Jerry Coleman were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Jerry Coleman signed 3x5$1.50
Jerry Coleman signed 3x5 card$7.48
Jerry Coleman signed 3x5 card (HOF)$2.82
Jerry Coleman signed 3x5 Yankees Padres$0.99

Traded Photos with a signature of Jerry Coleman

Most recently, these Photos with a signature of Jerry Coleman were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
JERRY COLEMAN NEW YORK YANKEES SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO$20.00
JERRY COLEMAN SIGNED AUTO'D 8X10 PHOTO PSA/DNA YANKEES$34.99
NEW YORK YANKEES signed JERRY COLEMAN 1949-1957$4.99
YANKEES signed JERRY COLEMAN and GIL MCDOUGALD ws 1957$9.29

Traded Trading Cards with a signature of Jerry Coleman

Most recently, these Trading Cards with a signature of Jerry Coleman were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1954 Bowman #81 signed JERRY COLEMAN, YANKEES$9.99
1957 Topps #192 signed by Jerry Coleman, YANKEES$5.24
1957 Topps Jerry Coleman autographed card #192 Yankees$5.00
Jerry Coleman signed 1980 Topps baseball card Padres$0.99

Traded other items with a signature of Jerry Coleman

Most recently, these other items with a signature of Jerry Coleman were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
JERRY COLEMAN HOF 1949-57 YANKEES AUTOGRAPHED BALL $29.99
Jerry Coleman Padres Yankees PSADNA Signed Baseball HOF$29.99
Jerry Coleman Yankees HOF signed autographed Letter JSA$59.99
YANKEES PADRES JERRY COLEMAN SIGNED BASEBALL AUTOGRAPH$7.50

Latest News about Jerry Coleman

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Names Sports Facility After Jerry Coleman (04/03/15): A sports facility at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego was named after Marine aviator, New York Yankees second baseman and longtime Padres announcer Jerry Coleman on Friday. Murals, photos and a painting of Coleman, who died at 89 last year, will be unveiled, according to base officials. Coleman flew more than 120 combat […]

MCRD sports facility named after Jerry Coleman (04/03/15): The longtime Padres announcer and Marine pilot served during World War II and the Korean War.

MCRD to name sports facility after Jerry Coleman (04/03/15): SAN DIEGO — A sports facility at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego Friday will be named after Marine aviator, New York Yankees second baseman and longtime Padres announcer Jerry Coleman. Murals, photos and a painting of Coleman, who died at 89 last year, will be unveiled, according to base officials. Coleman flew […]

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Sports Facility To Be Named After Jerry Coleman (04/03/15): A sports facility at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego Friday will be named after Marine aviator, New York Yankees second baseman and longtime Padres announcer Jerry Coleman.

Jerry Coleman: 5 Takeaways From The ‘State Of The Ravens’ Press Conference (02/25/15): Ravens brass addressed the media in their annual "State Of The Ravens" Press conference; here are 5 standout "highlights"

Older News Stories about Jerry Coleman

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Fans, In The Mood? (01/2015): The Ravens have dominated every playoff game at "Patriot's Place" but Coleman is predicting Saturday could be different.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Fly Into The Playoffs (12/2014): Before more than 71,000, Ravens doubled up the Browns 20-10, and received a bit of luck with the Chiefs defeating the Chargers 19-7.

Jerry Coleman Checks In From The Castle (11/2014): Jerry Coleman joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to discuss the Ravens coming off their bye week.

Jerry Coleman Checks In From Owings Mills (10/2014): Jerry Coleman joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the Ravens game against the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday and the upcoming Steelers game.

Jerry Coleman: Smith Sr. Torches Panthers On And Off Field (09/2014): The Ravens offense triumphs over the Panthers in a decisive 38-10 win at M&T Bank Stadium.

Jerry Coleman Talks Orioles To Scott and Jeremy (08/2014): The Orioles are, or have been, in first place for a while and last night the stadium did not fill up the Orioles homerun derby last night. The Orioles have not had a season like this for a while, since 1997.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Stand Behind Rice (07/2014): Jerry Coleman has the team reaction to the two-game suspension of Ray Rice. Coach Harbaugh, Torrey Smith and Haloti Ngata speak on behalf of their teammate.

Scott And Jeremy Talk With Jerry Coleman For A Ravens Training Camp Update (06/2014): Some players who have been good this offseason are Dumerville and of course, Ngata. There was some questions about Tim Jernigan but he is actually doing very well and is quick.

Jerry Coleman: Harbaugh Lays Down The Law (05/2014): The Ravens are in the news for all the wrong reasons, as the team opens their first week of Organized Team Activity (OTA’s).

Jerry Coleman: Ravens 2014 Schedule (04/2014): After much ballyhooed, pomp and circumstance. The Ravens 2014 schedule was released, and this year, at least there was no debate on 105.7 The Fan over the Orioles interfering with a home opener.

Pre-game ceremony features Jerry Coleman tribute (03/2014): The ceremonial first pitch of the Padres? season opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers was thrown by Coleman's daughter.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Keep Their ‘Sizzle’ (02/2014): With headlines swirling around Ravens RB Ray Rice regarding his arrest in Atlantic City, the club attempted to divert their attention to Pro Bowl LB Terrell Suggs' contract extension.

Jerry Coleman: Kubiak Presser (01/2014): In a hastily called news conference, The Ravens finally announced former QB and Texans head coach Gary Kubiak as their third OC in 13 months.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens End At Home With A Dud (12/2013): After not scoring a touchdown against the Detroit Lions on Monday night football their woes continued as the Patriots shut down the Ravens in a 41-7 rout.

Jerry Coleman: Flacco Rips Ravens ‘Wildcat’ (11/2013): Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco expressed his displeasure over the team's usage of the "Wildcat" offense after last week's victory over the Jets.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Run Game Packs It In (10/2013): Green Bay slapped the Ravens around in 19-17 victory. This was the Ravens’ first loss at home dating back to December of last year against the Broncos.

Jerry Coleman: A Questionable Offseason (09/2013): After another winning season, the Orioles front office has many issues to address. Buck Showalter and VP Dan Duquette will certainly be busy and have many important decisions ahead of them.

Jerry Coleman: A Crucial Oriole Road Trip Lies Ahead (08/2013): The Orioles begin what could be a “decisive road trip” this week, being just two games out of the second wild card spot chasing Tampa Bay and Oakland.

Jerry Coleman: Super Bowls Are Not Won, But Lost In Training Camp (07/2013): Field Reporter, Jerry Coleman went to the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens Training Camp to see what the players and coaches had to say about this year's camp. They all seem focused on the task at hand.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Get Their “Bling” (06/2013): Ray Lewis, Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs and Torrey Smith spoke with the media after Ravens players were presented with their 2013 Super Rings at a private ceremony that was held in the team’s indoor field house.

Jerry Coleman and Bob Chandler talk opening day (04/2013): Veteran Padres broadcasters Jerry Coleman and Bob Chandler weigh in on opening day at Petco Park. …

Jerry Coleman : Joe Flacco Had Leverage (03/2013): Hopefully now, the Ravens will be able to retain a few key players, particularly, WR Anquan Boldin.

Jerry Coleman: Orioles Can Be A Playoff Team In 2013 (02/2013): Why can’t the Orioles be a favorite to make the playoffs again, in 2013?

105.7 The FAN EXCLUSIVE: Jerry Coleman Sits Down With Jack Harbaugh (01/2013): I got to know Jack Harbaugh years ago when his son started in Baltimore. Now, the proudest dad in the NFL, and a former college coach, sits down to preview a “nerve racking ” Super [...]

The Bishop’s School honors Padres announcer Jerry Coleman (11/2012): The Bishop’s School honored San Diego Padres announcer and World War II and Korean War veteran Jerry Coleman with the Bishop’s School Medal at a ceremony on Nov. 2. A former Yankee, Coleman is the only major leaguer to have served in two world wars.

Jerry Coleman: Ravens Prepared For Patriots (09/2012): The Ravens say they will be fully prepared for their Sunday Night showdown against the Patriots. New England eliminated them from the postseason and going to the Super Bowl just a few months ago.

Padres To Unveil Statue Honoring Jerry Coleman (08/2012): The Padres announced Wednesday they will unveil a statue of longtime play-by-play announcer Jerry Coleman during ceremonies next month to honor his 70 years in baseball.

Jerry Coleman Breaks Down Ravens Training Camp 7/31 (07/2012): News from Ravens camp including info on Sergio Kindle and Bryant McKinnie.

Jerry Coleman: Tiger Talks His Game (06/2012): Returning to Congressional might just be the spark Tiger Woods requires to get his game back. He won at this course in 2009 but a lot has changed for Tiger Woods since his victory three years ago in Maryland.

Jerry Coleman: Mark Reynolds (04/2012): 22 strike outs on the year second most in the American League. Reynolds- at the time of this posting – has 985 career strike outs which is an extremely high and alarming number when his [...]

ESCONDIDO: Padres announcer Jerry Coleman joins holiday celebrations (12/2011): ESCONDIDO ---- It's Jerry Coleman week in Escondido, with the longtime San Diego Padres announcer conducting a book signing Tuesday night and serving as grand marshal of the city's Christmas Parade on Saturday.

Plane to be Dedicated to Jerry Coleman New (10/2011): Local baseball star and Marine pilot Lt. Col. Jerry Coleman will receive a special dedication at the San Diego Air and Space Museum Thursday. Photo Credit: Getty Images/Ezra Shaw

Jerry Coleman Recounts His Life In Baseball, Military (08/2011): Hes known as the colorful announcer for the San Diego Padres for four decades now, and as a former star player with the New York Yankees.