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Steve Blass

Stephen Robert Blass (born April 18, 1942) is an American former professional baseball player and television sports color commentator. He played his entire career in Major League Baseball as a right-handed pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1964 and from 1966 through 1974. Blass was one of the National League's top pitchers between 1968 and 1972, helping the Pirates win four National League Eastern Division titles in five years between 1970 and 1974. He played a key role in the Pirates victory over the Baltimore Orioles in the 1971 World Series when he recorded two complete game victories. He remains the last National League pitcher to throw a complete game in Game Seven of a World Series. After his playing career ended, Blass had a 34-year career as a television sports commentator for Pittsburgh Pirates games. More about Steve Blass

Current items with a signature of Steve Blass

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailAutographed 1969 Topps STEVE BLASS Pittsburgh Pirates Card #104 - w/Show Ticket$9.95logo
thumbnailAutographed 1973 Topps STEVE BLASS Pittsburgh Pirates Card #95 - w/COA $9.99logo
thumbnailAutographed STEVE BLASS Pittsburgh Pirates 1974 TOPPS card #595 w/ Show Ticket$6.99logo
thumbnailPittsburgh Pirates STEVE BLASS signed auto autographed 1965 TOPPS card ROOKIE RC$24.99logo
thumbnailSteve Blass 1970 Topps authentic autographed card Pirates$4.99logo
thumbnailSTEVE BLASS Autographed Signed 8 x 10 Photo Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball W/COA$23.00logo
thumbnailSteve Blass Hand Signed 1972 Topps Pittsburgh Pirates Autograph$18.00logo
thumbnailSteve Blass Pittsburgh Pirates Signed Autograph 3x5 Photo$19.99logo
thumbnailSteve Blass Signed Pittsburgh Pirates Jersey (Beckett) 1971 World Series Hero$69.95logo

Traded items with a signature of Steve Blass

In total, we tracked 823 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Steve Blass (1972 STEVE BLASS DAVE GUISTI ROBERTO CLEMENTE SIGNED BASEBALL PITTSBURGH PIRATES) was sold in June 2013 for $275.00 while the cheapest item (1970 Topps #396 STEVE BLASS - Pirates - Autographed) found a new owner for $0.25 in May 2009. The month with the most items sold (14) was January 2009 with an average selling price of $1.82 for an autographed item of Steve Blass. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2019 with $149.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was April 2008. In average, an autographed item from Steve Blass is worth $5.00.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1972 Topps WS Card #230 Autographed Steve Blass/Gene Alley/Dave Giusti Pirates$14.99logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Archives Baseball Steve Blass 1975 Retro Hard Signed Auto SP #FFA-SB$2.56logo
thumbnail2021 Topps Archives Baseball Steve Blass Fan Favorites Autograph / Pirates$6.00logo
thumbnailAutographed Steve Blass 1968 Topps Pirates #499 Free Shipping$5.99logo
thumbnailAutographed Steve Blass 1969 Topps Pirates #104 Free Shipping$6.49logo
thumbnailAutographed Steve Blass 1970 Topps Pirates #396 Free Shipping$5.49logo
thumbnailAutographed Steve Blass 1973 Topps Pirates #95 Fee Shipping$5.49logo
thumbnailPittsburgh Pirates Steve Blass signed 1971 Topps World Series Card$9.99logo
thumbnailSteve Blass Signed 1971 Topps #143 Auto Pittsburgh Pirates “1971 World Champs”$14.99logo
thumbnailSTEVE BLASS Topps Archives Fan Favorites Certified Autograph Issue #FFA-SB 2021 $0.99logo

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Latest News about Steve Blass

Steve Blass: Tough To Top Harrison As Pirates MVP (08/23/14): Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined Colin Dunlap Saturday on Bucco Talk. Go to news article

Steve Blass Is Rooting For Alvarez to Succeed (07/26/14): Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined Colin Dunlap Saturday for Bucco Talk. Go to news article

Steve Blass: Grilli Will Be Fine (06/21/14): Pirates Broadcaster Steve Blass joined Tab Douglas Saturday morning on Bucco Talk to discuss all things Pirates. Go to news article

Steve Blass On Josh Harrison: ‘Ride Him Until You Find Out’ (06/04/14): Pirates broadcaster and 1971 World Series champion Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show in-studio for an hour on Wednesday to field the guys’ questions and talk about the current state of the Pirates. Go to news article

Steve Blass: Yasiel Puig “Makes Me Sick” (05/31/14): Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined Colin Dunlap Saturday on Bucco Talk to talk about the current Bucs as well as share some stories about his playing days. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Steve Blass

Steve Blass to Replace Kent Tekulve at Luncheon (04/2014): Jamestown, NY - Due to unfortunate circumstances, Kent Tekulve, a former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher, will be unable to attend the Jamestown Jammers luncheon April 28th at the Conewango Club in Warren, PA. However, Steve Blass, another former Pirates pitching great, will now be the guest speaker. Go to news article

Steve Blass Expects The Pirates’ Bats To Start Waking Up (08/2013): Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to pinch hit for Bob Walk in Walk’s weekly segment with the guys, “Walk on Wednesday.”

AROUND THE CORNER: George Pugsley, Steve Blass good reasons to pull for Pittsbur (07/2013): George G. Pugsley might have been a Pittsburgh Pirate. His mother, Maureen Murphy Pugsley, who grew up in Torrington, told me this story a few days ago, on the phone from her home in San Pedro, Calif.:

Steve Blass On The Pirates: Any Arm Will Do (06/2013): Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to pinch hit for Bob Walk in Walk’s weekly segment with the guys, “Walk on Wednesday.”

Steve Blass: Melancon Proving To Be A Sturdy Bridge to Grilli (04/2013): Pirates color analyst and former pitcher Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to look back at Tuesday's 6-5 Pirates win over the Diamondbacks, and to look forward to the rest of the season.

Gov. Branstad orders flags at half-staff to honor Army Staff Sgt. Steve Blass (03/2013): Gov. Branstad is ordering all flags in the state to be flown at half-staff from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26, to honor Army Staff Sgt. Steve Blass , 27, or Estherville.

Pirates’ Broadcaster Steve Blass: “The Padres Just Have Our Number” (08/2012): Pirates broadcaster and former pitcher Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday in the aftermath of a frustrating Bucs walk-off loss to the San Diego Padres, who have dominated them over the past few years.

Steve Blass pitches new book (07/2012): CONNELLSVILLE — A former Pittsburgh Pirates pitching ace has taken his experience on the baseball field and in the press box to pen and paper.

Pirates’ Steve Blass Opens Up In New Book (05/2012): Sometimes things happen in life that we simply cannot explain. Former Pittsburgh Pirates’ pitcher Steve Blass lived that life.

Steve Blass Talks Pink Flamingos, Arizona Diamondbacks (04/2012): Pirates' broadcaster Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday.

Pirates’ Steve Blass Weighs In On Bad Call (07/2011): KDKA AM's Larry and John get Steve Blass' take on Jerry meals bad call