Pat Burrell Autograph

Patrick Brian Burrell (born October 10, 1976), nicknamed "Pat the Bat", is an American former professional baseball outfielder. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Philadelphia Phillies, Tampa Bay Rays, and San Francisco Giants. Burrell won two World Series championships (2008, 2010). During his playing days, he stood 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) tall, weighing 235 pounds (107 kg). He batted and threw right-handed. More about Pat Burrell

Current items with a signature of Pat Burrell

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1999 Pat Burrell Rookie Lot with SP Signature Edition #15 and more$40.00logo
thumbnail1999 SP Signature #15 Pat Burrell RC (ref 179757)$7.30logo
thumbnail1999 SP Signature Autographs PB Pat Burrell Rookie CERTIFIED Auto PHILLIES$12.49logo
thumbnail1999 Topps Traded Pat Burrell RC #T44 AUTOGRAPH PHILLIES$17.99logo
thumbnail1999 Upper Deck SP Signature Edition Pat Burrell Autograph Auto Phillies$5.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Pat Burrell

In total, we tracked 1044 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Pat Burrell (PAT BURRELL Bat GAME USED Signed PHILLIES Black LOUISVILLE SLUGGER I13 Good Use) was sold in March 2022 for $269.55 while the cheapest item (Pat Burrell Signed Baseball Card) found a new owner for $0.01 in June 2014. The month with the most items sold (59) was October 2008 with an average selling price of $19.51 for an autographed item of Pat Burrell. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2017 with $199.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.15 was January 2019. In average, an autographed item from Pat Burrell is worth $13.61.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1999 Topps Traded, Pat Burrell #T44 Rookie AUTO Certified Autograph Phillies$27.99logo
thumbnail1999 Upper Deck Baseball Card Of Pat Burrell Phil Phillies Cert. Autograph EX!$3.25logo
thumbnail2000 Fleer Autographics PAT BURRELL AUTOGRAPH/AUTO PHILLIES $8.09logo
thumbnail2000 Fleer Skybox PAT BURRELL AUTOGRAPHICS AUTO AUTOGRAPH Phillies$9.00logo
thumbnail2000 Topps Golden Anniversary Prospect Pat Burrell Signed AUTO Phillies$9.99logo
thumbnailPAT BURRELL 2000 Fleer Ultra Baseball FRESH INK Autograph Card Serial # 450/600$1.25logo
thumbnailPat Burrell 2000 SP Authentic Chirography Auto Autograph Phillies$3.99logo
thumbnailPAT BURRELL 2000 UD SP Authentic Baseball Card AUTO AUTOGRAPH #PB PHILLIES$12.99logo
thumbnailPat Burrell 2000 Upper Deck SP Authentic Chirography Autograph Auto RC Phillies$7.25logo
thumbnailPAT BURRELL Signed Autographed ROMLB Baseball Coleman JSA ONL Phillies Rookie $49.99logo

Latest News about Pat Burrell

What Pat Burrell believes ex-teammate Gabe Kapler will bring to Giants (11/13/19): Pat Burrell was teammates with Gabe Kapler for a year-and-a-half in Tampa Bay. Here's what he had to say about the newest Giants manager.

Pat Burrell to be added to Phillies Wall of Fame (02/26/15): Former outfielder will be the 37th player inducted onto the Phillies' Wall of Fame. Go to news article

Pat Burrell to be 2015 Phillies Wall of Fame inductee (02/26/15): Pat Burrell, who is fourth all-time for the Phillies in home runs with 251 and was part of the 2008 World Series team, will be the 37th inductee into the Phillies Wall of Fame.

Pat Burrell to be inducted into Phillies Wall of Fame (02/26/15): Former Major League Baseball outfielder Pat Burrell will be inducted into the Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame this summer, the team announced Thursday. Go to news article

Former Slugger Pat Burrell To Be 2015 Inductee Into Phillies Wall of Fame (02/26/15): Pat Burrell will be inducted to the Phillies Wall Of Fame on Friday, July 31st. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Pat Burrell

Pat Burrell to be added to Phillies Wall of Fame (02/2015): Former outfielder will be the 37th player inducted onto the Phillies' Wall of Fame. Go to news article

Jon Heyman and Pat Burrell almost came to blows in a bar? (10/2012): I was so sick the past few days that I was surprisingly OK with having to cut my World Series trip short. Really, as Games 3 and 4 went down, there was no point — thanks to hacking, aching and stuff — where I thought “damn, I wish I was in Detroit right now.” Well, there was…

Pat Burrell’s Wild Weekend in Philadelphia Included Grabbing This Woman’s Boob (05/2012): Such a Pat the Bat move.

A look at Pat Burrell's on-field legacy (04/2012): In today's Daily News, Marcus Hayes offers an interesting perspective on the legacy of Pat Burrell through the eyes of some of the players who teamed with him at various points in his career.

Buy Pat Burrell's Arizona Pad (03/2012): Although former San Francisco Giant Pat Burrell never officially announced his retirement, the man known as Pat the Bat seemed to squash any rumors at making a comeback this baseball season after recently listing his Scottsdale,

Recently Retired Baseball Player Pat Burrell Is Selling His $3.7 Million Desert (02/2012): We're guessing Burrell decided to ditch the place because he won't have to go out there for spring training anymore. The 7,000 square-foot house sits on almost an acre and a half of desert land. The home is technologically advanced and can be controlled completely by a wireless touchpad. Go to news article

The Pat Burrell One-Two (01/2012): Pat Burrell and the World Series.

Pat Burrell Acknowledges His Career Is Likely Over (11/2011): SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--Pat Burrell's baseball career is likely over because of a troublesome right foot that hasn't healed and limited him this year for the Giants.

Pat Burrell looks like SF Giants left fielder (03/2011): Manager Bruce Bochy confirmed what he was not prepared to say when spring training began, that Pat Burrell is in line to be the Opening Day left fielder. "Yeah, I'd say that's the way it looks," Bochy said before...

Pat Burrell takes $1 million, no incentives from Giants (12/2010): If in fact Pat Burrell is The Machine -- and he still refuses to cop to it -- he shouldn't be confused with an ATM machine.