Rocco Baldelli Autograph

Rocco Daniel Baldelli (/bɔːlˈdɛli/; born September 25, 1981) is an American former professional baseball outfielder and coach who is the manager of the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). As a player, Baldelli quickly progressed through the minor leagues and made his big league debut with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, on opening day 2003. Baldelli quickly established himself as an excellent hitter and outfielder, and placed third in voting for American League (AL) Rookie of the Year. More about Rocco Baldelli

Current items with a signature of Rocco Baldelli

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2000 BOWMAN ROCCO BALDELLI RAYS TWINS SOX AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CARD RC$1.00logo
thumbnail2007 HERITAGE ROCCO BALDELLI RED SOX RAYS TWINS AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CARD$14.99logo
thumbnail2009 Upper Deck Rocco Baldelli Checklist Card #987 Autographed Red Sox$8.99logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Rocco Baldelli Rays Autograph Card #PA-RB$10.50logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli Autographed 8 X 10 Photograph$39.99logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli Signed Tampa Bay Devil Rays Hat$40.00logo
thumbnailROCCO BALDELLI TAMPA BAY RAYS ROOKIE OF THHE YEAR SIGNED BALL with COA$49.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Rocco Baldelli

In total, we tracked 599 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Rocco Baldelli (ROCCO BALDELLI SIGNED AUTO OFFICIAL GAME BAT W/ COA) was sold in September 2008 for $125.05 while the cheapest item (00 Topps RC Rookie Rocco BALDELLI SIGNED Auto RED SOX!!) found a new owner for $0.01 in April 2010. The month with the most items sold (64) was October 2008 with an average selling price of $14.99 for an autographed item of Rocco Baldelli. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2019 with $67.49 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.75 was June 2020. In average, an autographed item from Rocco Baldelli is worth $9.00.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2006 DAV SGA ROCCO BALDELLI Signed Card autograph AUTO RAYS RED SOX TWINS$9.99logo
thumbnail2019 TOPPS ROCCO BALDELLI RED SOX RAYS TWINS AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CARD$14.99logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Archives Fan Favorites Rocco Baldelli Autograph Auto #FFA-RB I266$5.50logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Gold Autograph Rocco Baldelli #28/50 $9.27logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli 2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Auto Autograph #PA-RB Rays$2.00logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli 2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Auto Autograph #PA-RB Rays$5.50logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli 2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Auto Autograph #PA-RB Rays$6.50logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli AUTO 2004 Flair AUTOGRAPH Crown Card SP/100 #AC-RB Tampa Bay $0.99logo
thumbnailROCCO BALDELLI AUTO JERSEY 2003 SPX YOUNG STARS 634/1295 RAYS RARE SP AUTOGRAPH$3.00logo
thumbnailRocco Baldelli Auto Minnesota Twins 2021 Topps Archives Fan Favorites Autograph$9.95logo

Latest News about Rocco Baldelli

Twins' Arraez exits early with hamstring tightness (09/15/22): AL batting leader Luis Arraez left after the first inning in Wednesday night's win, but manager Rocco Baldelli said an MRI on his hamstring did not show "anything substantial." Go to news article

Twins' Aaron Sanchez removed prematurely vs. Astros after bench-clearing inciden (08/24/22): Twins manager Rocco Baldelli was enraged after the umpires forced Sanchez out of the game with no one in the bullpen ready Go to news article

Ejected Baldelli irate over 'pathetic' reversed call (08/08/22): An overturned call in the 10th inning on Sunday led to a 3-2 Blue Jays win and an ejection for Twins manager Rocco Baldelli, who labeled the play "one of the worst moments I think we've seen of umpiring in any game I've ever been a part of in baseball." Go to news article

Twins manager Rocco Baldelli on call that helped Blue Jays win: 'I think it was (08/07/22): A call was overturned in the 10th to grant Toronto a run in its eventual 3-2 win over Minnesota Go to news article

Twins' Baldelli, 2 players test positive for COVID (05/06/22): Twins manager Rocco Baldelli has been sidelined after testing positive for COVID-19, with bench coach Jayce Tingler assuming managerial duties against the Orioles on Thursday in his absence. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Rocco Baldelli

Twins' Sanó to have surgery for torn meniscus (05/2022): Minnesota infielder Miguel Sanó will have surgery on his left knee to repair a meniscus tear, and there's no time frame for his return, Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said Tuesday. Go to news article

Twins say no structural damage to Buxton's knee (04/2022): An MRI on the right knee of Minnesota Twins CF Byron Buxton showed no structural issues, manager Rocco Baldelli said Saturday. Go to news article

Twins hire former Padres manager Jayce Tingler as bench coach (11/2021): Tingler will serve as Rocco Baldelli's right-hand man in the dugout Go to news article

Twins reach New York late after plane problems (09/2021): The Twins' charter flight had mechanical problems, forcing the team to change planes. Manager Rocco Baldelli said the Twins arrived at their hotel in New York for their makeup game against the Yankees at about 1:30 a.m. Monday. Go to news article

Duffey suspended for throwing behind Mercedes (05/2021): MLB has suspended Twins reliever Tyler Duffey for three games and manager Rocco Baldelli for one game after Duffey threw a pitch behind White Sox slugger Yermin Mercedes. Go to news article

Twins' Baldelli to Cruz: 'Love to see you in spring' (12/2020): Twins manager Rocco Baldelli made a pretend pitch to free-agent DH Nelson Cruz, who has batted .308 with 57 home runs, 141 RBIs and a 1.020 OPS in 173 games over the past two seasons. "Nelson ... we'd love to see you in spring training," Baldelli said. Go to news article

MLB awards: Twins' Rocco Baldelli named AL Manager of the Year, edges Yankees' A (11/2019): Baldelli won 101 games in his first year at the helm in 2019 Go to news article

Baldelli era begins with efficient new workout format (02/2019): FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — The first noticeable change for the Minnesota Twins under new manager Rocco Baldelli came on the first day of workouts for pitchers and catchers.

New Twins manager Rocco Baldelli focuses on building relationships (01/2019): While his bosses have been constructing the roster, Rocco Baldelli has been busy building relationships with the players now under his supervision. Go to news article

RI's Rocco Baldelli joins Rays as 1st base coach - News, Weather and Classifieds (12/2014): Cumberland native and former Boston Red Sox outfielder Rocco Baldelli has been hired by the Tampa Bay Rays as their new first base coach.

Rocco Baldelli understands ordeal Grady Sizemore faces in comeback (03/2014): PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — A few days ago, Red Sox manager John Farrell said... Go to news article

Rocco Baldelli to throw out 1st pitch before Game 4 of ALDS (10/2013): Loading... Baldelli, who retired in 2010, appeared in 457 games with the Rays and 62 with the Red Sox across seven big-league seasons.

Rocco Baldelli (03/2012): Former Bishop Henricken and Major League Baseball star Rocco Baldelli is inducted into the school?s Athletic Hall of Fame. He discusses his battle with a bizarre disorder that ended his major league

Rocco Baldelli in 'comfortable' place (01/2012): Rocco Baldelli seems at peace with the fact his baseball career was cut short by a mystery illness. That doesn't mean that the former Tampa Bay Ray and Boston Red Sox outfielder and designated hitter doesn't occasionally get frustrated and saddened by the premature end to his major league career.

Greatest points ever: Rocco Baldelli drives in Willy Aybar to lift Rays into the (07/2011): Willy Aybar slides home after Rocco Baldelli’s hit gives the Rays a Game 7 lead in the 2008 ALCS.

Rays' Rocco Baldelli announces retirement (01/2011): ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. (AP) - Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Rocco Baldelli has retired and accepted a position as a special assistant with the team. The 29-year-old spent six of seven major league seasons with the Rays. In 519 career games with Tampa Bay and Boston, he hit .278 with 60 homers ... Go to news article