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Jim Kaat

James Lee Kaat (/kɒt/; born November 7, 1938) is an American former professional baseball player and television sports commentator. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a left-handed pitcher for the Washington Senators / Minnesota Twins (1959–1973), Chicago White Sox (1973–1975), Philadelphia Phillies (1976–1979), New York Yankees (1979–1980), and St. Louis Cardinals (1980–1983). His 25-year playing career spanned four decades. More about Jim Kaat

Current items with a signature of Jim Kaat

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thumbnail2003 Upper Deck Yankees Signature Series Jim Kaat Autograph$9.99logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Autographs #PAJKA Jim Kaat Auto - Baseball Slabbed Autographed Cards$53.19logo
thumbnailJim Kaat autographed 1978 Topps baseball card. MLB Hall Of Famer. $39.00logo
thumbnailJim Kaat HOF 2003 UD Pride Of New York Yankees Signature Series Autograph Auto$17.97logo
thumbnailJim Kaat PSA DNA Signed 1988 Pacific Autograph - Baseball Slabbed Autographed Cards$56.04logo
thumbnailjim kaat topps heritage real one on card psa9 flawless ???autograph$50.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Jim Kaat

In total, we tracked 1080 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 Jim Kaat (Jim Kaat HOF Insc 1/1 Signed ROMLB Rawlings Baseball ONLY HOF Insc on EBAY!) was sold in December 2021 for $349.00 while the cheapest item (2004 Upper Deck #AU-33 Autographed Jim Kaat New York Yankees NM NO RESERVE) found a new owner for $0.99 in August 2021. The month with the most items sold (105) was December 2021 with an average selling price of $31.45 for an autographed item of Jim Kaat. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2009 with $68.05 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was May 2013. In average, an autographed item from Jim Kaat is worth $16.50.

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

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thumbnail2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Edition Jim Kaat Twins Signed AUTO - H01$15.04logo
thumbnail2022 TOPPS HERITAGE JIM KAAT Autographed Real One Auto Blue Ink-ROA-JK (B9-1213)$20.99logo
thumbnail2022 Topps Heritage Jim Kaat On Card HOF Auto Autograph Minnesota Twins ROA-JK$15.00logo
thumbnail2022 Tristar Hidden Treasures Autographed Baseball Diamond Stars Box- Jim Kaat$100.00logo
thumbnailHall of Famer Jim Kaat Auto Signature!$4.25logo
thumbnailJIM KAAT 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen MLB Baseball AUTO AUTOGRAPH Twins HOF$12.00logo
thumbnailJIm Kaat Autograph 2022 Topps Gypsy Queen On Card Minnesota Twins$9.99logo
thumbnailJim Kaat Autographed Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque Postcard Beckett Witnessed COA$79.00logo

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Latest News about Jim Kaat

Cortes presents Kaat with award from Yankees (06/24/22): Yankees pitcher Nestor Cortes presented broadcaster and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Kaat with the franchise's Lifetime Achievement Award on Thursday night. Go to news article

Yankees' Cortes says Kaat apologized for remark (06/04/22): Jim Kaat has apologized to Nestor Cortes, with the Yankees left-hander tweeting Friday that he doesn't believe the comment made a night earlier by the longtime Minnesota Twins announcer was done with ill intentions. Go to news article

Twins broadcaster Jim Kaat uses offensive nickname for Yankees pitcher Nestor Co (06/04/22): Kaat called Cortes 'Nestor the Molester' during Thursday's broadcast, a remark for which Cortes said Kaat later apologized Go to news article

Twins to retire number for Hall of Fame-elected Kaat (01/13/22): The Minnesota Twins will be retiring Jim Kaat's No. 36 after he was recently elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the the Golden Days Era Committee.

Twins will retire Hall of Famer Jim Kaat's No. 36 jersey this season (01/12/22): Minnesota will honor the Hall of Fame pitcher in a ceremony on July 16 Go to news article

Older News Stories about Jim Kaat

Twins to honor Kaat, retire HOF lefty's No. 36 (01/2022): The Twins will retire No. 36, the uniform number of former pitcher Jim Kaat, who was recently elected to the Hall of Fame. Go to news article

Ex-Yankees broadcaster Jim Kaat denied Hall of Fame entry (12/2014): Spent a decade calling Yankees games, but also won 283 games as a pitcher over 25 years Go to news article

Former all-star pitcher Jim Kaat to speak at M.E. Team's Guys Dinner (02/2014): Former major league all-star pitcher Jim Kaat will be the guest speaker at M.E. Team’s Guys Dinner on Feb. 28 at the Infiniti Stuart car dealership.

For Jim Kaat, a golf game that cuts both ways (01/2014): The best switch-hitter in baseball history? Jim Kaat — if you’re talking golf. The ex-pitcher, 75, recently shot his age both ways — a 75 playing right-handed and a 70 left-handed — while playing two rounds simultaneously at the McArthur Golf Club course near his home in Stuart, Fla.

GolfDigest.com: Stuart resident Jim Kaat believed to be first golfer to shoot hi (12/2013): Jim Kaat shoots his age (75) from both sides, the latest as a right-hander on Dec. 7 at McArthur Golf Club in Hobe Sound

Jim Kaat donates baseball memorabilia to Zeeland facility (09/2013): Jim Kaat has been a Zeeland icon for decades. The former major league pitcher is the top athlete in the history of the city. But that isn't what makes him an icon. Kaat's loyalty to his hometown and contributions to it are what sets him apart.

Ray McNulty: Jim Kaat tells different side to Greg Norman's battle with Medalist (05/2013): When Jim Kaat’s eyes saw the front page story about Greg Norman and his despute with a country club he co-founded, he couldn’t believe what he was seeing.

Tigers ticker: MLB Network's Jim Kaat reflects fondly on baseball in Detroit (10/2012): Jim Kaat knows a thing or two about baseball in Detroit. And while on one hand he's from the area -- Michigan -- on the other hand, he's not from the area -- Zeeland -- but still has been toiling around Detroit diamonds for more than 60 years.

Ray McNulty: It's knuckleballer's time for Cy Young Award, Stuart's Jim Kaat say (09/2012): A knuckleball pitcher has never won a Cy Young Award.

Jim Kaat to Visit Mountaineers (07/2012): Montpelier, VT - Brian Gallagher, General Manager of the Vermont Mountaineers said today that former major league pitcher Jim Kaat will be visiting the Mountaineers on Monday, July 30 when they host the Mystic Schooners. Go to news article

World Series Champ Jim Kaat to Visit Mountaineers (06/2012): Montpelier, VT - Brian Gallagher, General Manager of the Vermont Mountaineers said today that former major league pitcher Jim Kaat will be visiting the Mountaineers on Tuesday, June 26 when they host the Sanford Mainers. Go to news article

Salvation Army benefit dinner featuring Jim Kaat to be held April 14 in Vero Bea (02/2012): Salvation Army benefit dinner featuring Jim Kaat to be held April 14.

Ray McNulty: Jim Kaat takes Hall of Fame vote in stride (12/2011): Imagine spending more than 50 years in baseball — 25 as a major league pitcher who won 283 games and 16 consecutive Gold Gloves — and falling two votes shy of election to the Hall of Fame.

MLB Network’s Jim Kaat: Pirates In Tough Spot At Deadline (07/2011): MLB Network analyst Jim Kaat joined the Vinnie and Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to discuss the Pirates' potential trade deadline moves.

Ray McNulty: Jim Kaat has fond memories of former teammate Harmon Killebrew (05/2011): It would be difficult to find a former teammate who admired Harmon Killebrew more than our own Jim Kaat.

Ray McNulty: Blyleven may set Hall stage for his friend, Jim Kaat (01/2011): Their friendship began 40 years ago, when Bert Blyleven was a promising rookie pitcher and Jim Kaat was 10 years into a major-league career that spanned 25 seasons during which he faced 19,023 batters in 4,530 innings in 898 games.