Steve Barber Autograph

Steve Barber

Stephen David Barber (February 22, 1938 – February 4, 2007) was an American Major League Baseball (MLB) left-handed pitcher. He pitched for the Baltimore Orioles and six other teams between 1960–74. Barber compiled 121 wins, 1,309 strikeouts, and had a 3.36 career earned run average. Barber spent his first eight years with the Orioles where he complied an outstanding 95–75 record. Arm injuries hampered the rest of his career which saw him win only 26 and lose 31 for the rest of his 15-year career. While with the Orioles, Barber was an All-Star for two seasons. From 1961 to 1967 Barber bucked baseball superstition by wearing number 13. He also wore this number with the Seattle Pilots. More about Steve Barber

Current items with a signature of Steve Barber

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1960 ORIOLES: Steve Barber, SIGNED 3x5 Card (JS), D.2007$5.99logo
thumbnailAl Bumbry Roy 73 & Steve Barber hand signed ML baseball JSA COA Orioles$74.99logo
thumbnailBALTIMORE ORIOLES STEVE BARBER 1963 TOPPS SIGNED CARD # 12 AUTO$12.99logo
thumbnailSTEVE BARBER 1974 TOPPS AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED # 631 MILWAUKEE BREWERS DECEASED$20.00logo
thumbnailSTEVE BARBER Autographed PERSONALLY Signed MLB INDEX CARD Free Shipping ANGELS$3.99logo
thumbnailSteve Barber Autographed Signed 1961 Topps Card #125 Orioles Beckett 10540096$25.00logo
thumbnailSteve Barber Hand Signed 1973 Topps California Angels Autograph$10.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Steve Barber

In total, we tracked 388 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Steve Barber (1964 BALTIMORE ORIOLES TEAM SIGNED BASEBALL BROOKS ROBINSON STEVE BARBER) was sold in July 2012 for $200.00 while the cheapest item (Autographed 8X10 Steve Barber "No Hitter 4/30/67") found a new owner for $0.01 in May 2008. The month with the most items sold (12) was December 2008 with an average selling price of $2.93 for an autographed item of Steve Barber. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2016 with $99.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was April 2013. In average, an autographed item from Steve Barber is worth $7.02.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail(50) different 1960's signed 3x5 index card Steve Barber, Herbel, Segui, Orsino$21.75logo
thumbnail1966 Topps STEVE BARBER Baltimore Orioles SIGNED Baseball Card #472 VINTAGE AUTO$9.99logo
thumbnail1967 Topps #82 Steve Barber - Baltimore Orioles EX-NM (AUTOGRAPHED)$11.95logo
thumbnail1967 Topps Steve Barber SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED # 82 Orioles$9.99logo
thumbnail1970 Topps Autograph Baseball Card #224 Steve Barber – Seattle Pilots - EX$4.99logo
thumbnailMLB 1960-67 Steve Barber, Baltimore Orioles AUTOGRAPHED Photo$9.95logo
thumbnailSigned Autographed 1961 Topps Baseball Card #125 Steve Barber Baltimore Orioles$7.99logo
thumbnailSteve Barber Hand Signed 1961 Post Cereal Baltimore Orioles Autograph$15.00logo
thumbnailSteve Barber Hand Signed 1968 Topps New York Yankees Autograph$14.00logo
thumbnailSteve Barber signed 1961 Topps Orioles team card PSA #159$15.50logo

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Latest News about Steve Barber

EXECUTIVE FILE: Steve Barber Photography Ltd (06/23/14): Steve Barber, owner of Steven Barber Photography Ltd Go to news article

Steve Barber manages to avoid second trial (09/13/13): The former Kirksville dentist entered pleas in court on Thursday.

Locust Hill's Steve Barber aiming for PGA Championship (07/27/13): Steve Barber traveled close to 3,000 miles across the country in hopes of earning a bid to a tournament less than five miles from his place of work.

Steve Barber misses cut at PGA Professional National Championship (06/24/13): The Locust Hill Country Club pro finished 10-over-par over two rounds in Sunriver, Ore.

Xyratex CEO Steve Barber Resigns; Ernie Sampias Named Interim - Quick Facts (04/02/13): Xyratex CEO Steve Barber Resigns; Ernie Sampias Named Interim - Quick Facts

Older News Stories about Steve Barber

Steve Barber set to be back in court in May (03/2013): In August 2011, Barber was found guilty of two counts of tampering with a witness.