Matt Batts Autograph

Matt Batts

Matthew Daniel Batts (October 16, 1921 – July 14, 2013) was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a catcher from 1947 through 1956 for the Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Browns, Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds, with brief trades to Baltimore and Cleveland. A slap hitter, Batts played mostly backup roles over the course of his career; during parts of ten MLB seasons, he appeared in 546 games with a .269 batting average, 26 home runs, and 219 runs batted in. More about Matt Batts

Current items with a signature of Matt Batts

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1950 Boston Red Sox Matt Batts VINTAGE GOVERNMENT POSTCARD GPC SIGNED AUTO$11.99logo
thumbnail2017 Historic Autographs Scripts Cut Matt Batts Auto Autographed Baseball Card$16.89logo
thumbnailDECEASED BOSTON RED SOX CATCHER MATT BATTS SIGNED 1950 ONE-CENT POST CARD$4.99logo
thumbnailMatt Batts 1947 Boston Red Sox Baseball Signed 3x5 Index Card Deceased 2013$39.99logo
thumbnailMatt Batts Autographed 3 1/2 X 5 Photograph $39.99logo
thumbnailMatt Batts PSA DNA Coa Signed 1955 Bowman Autograph$34.00logo
thumbnailMatt Batts Signed 3X5 Index Card (Red Sox) (1947 Debut) A2$3.95logo

Traded items with a signature of Matt Batts

In total, we tracked 196 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Matt Batts (MATT BATTS SENATORS SIGNED AUTOGRAPH AUTHENTIC RAWLINGS OAL BASEBALL JSA RARE) was sold in July 2016 for $459.95 while the cheapest item (Matt Batts Autographed Card - Detroit Tigers) found a new owner for $0.50 in January 2010. The month with the most items sold (4) was January 2011 with an average selling price of $2.25 for an autographed item of Matt Batts. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2016 with $232.47 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.95 was March 2012. In average, an autographed item from Matt Batts is worth $4.97.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1952 BOWMAN BASEBALL AUTOGRAPHED CARD #216 MATT BATTS NICE SIGNED CARD$9.99logo
thumbnail1952 Bowman SIGNED: Matt Batts, TIGERS #216 (D.2013)$14.99logo
thumbnail1952 Topps Matt Batts #230 Autographed Auto Signed Card$15.00logo
thumbnail1954 1994 Topps Archives Matt Batts Auto Autograph Signed$3.50logo
thumbnail1955 Cincinnati Reds Team Issued Postcard Matt Batts Postcard Autographed$12.00logo
thumbnail2003 Topps Heritage Real One Autograph/Auto Red Ink #MB Matt Batts Tigers 35/54$89.95logo
thumbnail2011 Topps Lineage, auto autograph # RA-MB MATT BATTS, Detroit Tigers 1952 # 230$12.49logo
thumbnailMATT BATTS on card AUTOGRAPH 2011 ‘52 Topps Lineage RA-MB Detroit Tigers #230$15.99logo
thumbnailMatt Batts Signed 1951 Bowman #129 Boston Red Sox PSA 2 PSA/DNA 9 AUTO$60.99logo
thumbnailMATT BATTS SIGNED AUTO PHOTO CARD BOSTON RED SOX BROWNS TIGERS WHITE SOX REDS$11.99logo

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Latest News about Matt Batts

Matt Batts, 91; Red Sox catcher with ‘Summer of ’49’ team (08/02/13): Catcher Matt Batts, who played for the Boston Red Sox from 1947 to 1951, was a resource for the late David Halberstam, author of “Summer of ’49,” which chronicled the American League pennant race between the Yankees and Red Sox, which New York won on the season’s final weekend.        

Former MLB Catcher Matt Batts Dead at 91 (07/16/13): Matt Batts, who caught Hall of Fame pitcher Satchel Paige during a 10-year major league career, has died at age 91.

Former MLB catcher Matt Batts dies (07/15/13): Former Major League catcher Matthew Daniel "Matt" Batts died at his home in Baton Rouge Sunday at the age of 91.

Matt Batts keeps Rams in check in 9-3 win (03/09/13): Batts (2-0) scattered nine hits and struck out four in a season-long outing. He retired the first two hitters of all eight innings, but all nine hits came with two out.