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Terry Francona

Terrence Jon Francona (born April 22, 1959), nicknamed "Tito", is an American baseball manager and former player who is the manager of the Cleveland Guardians in Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he was the manager of the Boston Red Sox for eight seasons, whom he led to two World Series titles and ended the franchise's 86-year championship drought. More about Terry Francona

Current items with a signature of Terry Francona

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thumbnail1982 Topps Expos Future Stars TERRY FRANCONA Mills Smith Auto Signed RC #118$3.99logo
thumbnailBoston Red Sox Terry Francona Signed Photo 8x10 COA $49.99logo
thumbnailCleveland Indians Terry Francona Signed Photo 8x10 COA$49.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona 2016 Topps Archives Fan Favorites Blue Auto Autograph 054/199$34.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona signed 1982 topps rookie baseball card #118 Wow look!!!$40.00logo
thumbnailTERRY FRANCONA SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED OML BASEBALL! Expos, Red Sox, Indians!$14.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Terry Francona

In total, we tracked 1105 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Terry Francona (TITO TERRY FRANCONA SIGNED 3.5" x 5.5" POSTCARD INDIANS) was sold in October 2008 for $301.99 while the cheapest item (Terry Francona Autographed Auto 3x5 Index Card) found a new owner for $0.01 in October 2008. The month with the most items sold (20) was June 2008 with an average selling price of $22.49 for an autographed item of Terry Francona. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2018 with $114.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.99 was August 2022. In average, an autographed item from Terry Francona is worth $13.96.

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

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thumbnail1986 Donruss SIGNED: Terry Francona, EXPOS #401$3.99logo
thumbnail5/28 Terry Francona Signed Philadelphia Phillie Game Lineup Umpire Card 057$19.96logo
thumbnailTerry Francona #2 Sketch Card Limited 16/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona #2 Sketch Card Limited 17/50 Edward Vela Signed$2.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona 2004 Topps signed card auto Red Sox$7.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona Cleveland Indians signed autographed ROMLB Baseball JSA COA$79.99logo
thumbnailTerry Francona Signed 2016 Topps Heritage Card #264 COA Cleveland Indians Expos$14.99logo
thumbnailTITO & TERRY FRANCONA 1985 Topps #134 Baseball Card AUTO Autograph Signed$8.99logo

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Latest News about Terry Francona

Francona wins AL MOY award for 3rd time (11/16/22): Guardians manager Terry Francona was named AL Manager of the Year on Tuesday for the third time in his career. Go to news article

Terry Francona wins AL manager of the year, beats Brandon Hyde, Scott Servais (11/15/22): Francona wins his third Manager of the Year award Go to news article

Guardians' Francona agrees to return for 2023 (10/21/22): Guardians manager Terry Francona said he'll return for an 11th season after leading the majors' youngest team to a division title and the ALDS in 2022. Go to news article

Terry Francona will return to manage Cleveland Guardians in 2023 (10/21/22): Francona has led to the Guardians to a winning record in 10 of his 11 seasons in Cleveland Go to news article

Terry Francona Leads Guardians Against Yankees in ALDS (10/12/22): If the Guardians want to win their division series with the Yankees, they will need good pitching, a return to form from their hitters, and the guidance of Manager Terry Francona. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Terry Francona

LOOK: Guardians, Angels managers Terry Francona, Phil Nevin both get ejected by (09/2022): Both Francona and Nevin were tossed without a pitch being thrown in the seventh inning of Monday's game Go to news article

WATCH: Josh Naylor celebrates walk-off home run by headbutting Guardians manager (06/2022): Naylor was animated, to say the least Go to news article

Guardians: No new COIVD cases; Twins series on (05/2022): The Cleveland Guardians reported no new COVID-19 cases Thursday, a day after an outbreak inside their clubhouse caused a postponement in Chicago and sent manager Terry Francona and five coaches home from a road trip. Go to news article

Terry Francona Returns for 2022 Cleveland Guardians (04/2022): Francona missed huge chunks of two seasons with health issues, and the Cleveland Guardians are thrilled to have their merry prankster of a manager back in the clubhouse. Go to news article

Francona confident he'll manage Indians in 2022 (10/2021): Cleveland manager Terry Francona is confident he'll return next season after missing most of the past two with serious health issues. Go to news article

Terry Francona expected to return as Cleveland manager for 2022 MLB season (09/2021): The longtime skipper stepped away in late July to deal with health issues Go to news article

Francona recovering after having hip replaced (08/2021): Terry Francona, who stepped down for the season as Cleveland's manager, is recuperating after undergoing hip replacement surgery Monday. Go to news article

Indians' Francona to step down for rest of season (07/2021): Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona is stepping down for the remainder of this season to address some lingering health issues. Go to news article

Indians' Plesac won't require surgery on thumb (05/2021): Indians right-hander Zach Plesac will not need surgery after breaking the thumb on his pitching hand while yanking off his undershirt following a rough outing, manager Terry Francona said Wednesday. Go to news article

Cleveland's Francona slowed by staph infection (02/2021): Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona will be on crutches for several weeks after having surgery recently for a staph infection in his left big toe. Go to news article

Terry Francona on Cleveland's name change: 'I'm proud of our organization for tr (12/2020): The club is planning to use the Indians name and uniforms for the 2021 MLB season before changing names Go to news article

Hale replaces Mills on Francona's Indians staff (11/2020): DeMarlo Hale will replace bench coach Brad Mills on Terry Francona's 2021 Indians coaching staff. Go to news article

Indians' Francona had surgeries during season (10/2020): Indians manager Terry Francona revealed he underwent several surgeries in a four-day span and required an extended stay in intensive care while dealing with major health issues that sidelined him for most of the 2020 season. Go to news article

Francona set to join Indians' postseason bubble (09/2020): Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona will not return to the dugout during the regular season but is slated to join the team's postseason bubble, president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said Wednesday. Go to news article

Manager Francona out with blood-clotting issue (08/2020): Cleveland manager Terry Francona has been dealing with blood-clotting problems, team president Chris Antonetti said. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, star Francisco Lindor support name cha (07/2020): The club is considering changing the name of the franchise Go to news article

World Series, scooter rides and an $89 suit: The tales of Terry Francona (04/2020): Terry Francona is a certain Hall of Famer. He's also one of the funniest people in baseball. After all, he once threw a suit in a trash can and suggested it was a good time to make s'mores at Disney. Go to news article

Terry Francona's two stolen Red Sox World Series rings recovered after being sol (12/2019): A suspect has been arrested in connection to the theft Go to news article

When does Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona most often go to the bullpen? (04/2015): Though Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona set a league record by going to his bullpen 574 times in 2014, he usually waited until late in the game. See the breakdown. Go to news article

Terry Francona, Chris Antonetti zero in on roster: Cleveland Indians quick hits (03/2015): Indians decision makers start narrowing down the roster. With so many off days in April, the 25-man roster could be shaped in some interesting ways for the early part of the year. Go to news article

Note to Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona: Don't tell Bryan Shaw he's una (02/2015): Manager Terry Francona loves relievers. Bryan Shaw is a reliever who loves to pitch. That match is one of the reasons the Indians have had one of the best bullpens in the American League over the last two years. Go to news article

Terry Francona honored at Arthritis Foundation Award Dinner (01/2015): Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region, Community Leader of the Year Award Dinner is held. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona plotting ways to improve porous defense (12/2014): Indians will change spring-training drills to try and plug defensive holes. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians Corey Kluber voted Man of Year, Terry Francona voted Good Guy (11/2014): Corey Kluber received the Man of the Year award and Terry Francona the Good Guy award from Cleveland's chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Go to news article

Did Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona do a better job managing in 2013 or 2014? (10/2014): In 2013, Francona morphed a hapless, 94-loss team into a 92-win bunch, one that earned a berth in the American League Wild Card Game. His efforts warranted him the AL Manager of the Year award. But did he do an even better job in 2014? Go to news article

Cleveland Indians season ends, but Terry Francona says, "It's hard to turn the e (09/2014): The indians season ended Sunday with a 7-2 victory over Tampa Bay, but the Indians fell short of reaching the postseason for a second straight year. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians can't wait for Yan Gomes' return: Quick hits from manager Terr (08/2014): If Gomes is recovered from his concussion, the Indians will activate him Friday rather than wait until the roster expand on Monday. Go to news article

Corey Kluber's dominance and near-wardrobe malfunction and Terry Francona's math (07/2014): The Indians sported high socks to honor their departing comrade, Justin Masterson, on Wednesday evening. One problem: No one notified the starting pitcher about the wardrobe decision. Go to news article

Terry Francona says win now, assess later: Cleveland Indians chatter (06/2014): Terry Francona isn't concerned about what happened in the first half of the season. He's concerned about what is going to happen in tonight's game. Go to news article

Terry Francona postgame: May 31, 2014 (05/2014): Terry Francona talks following the Indians' 7-6 win over Colorado. Go to news article

Nick Francona 1, Terry Francona 0 in replay games: Cleveland Indians chatter (04/2014): Nick Francona, son of Indians manager Terry Franona, is the Angels video replay coordinator. Tuesday night, he gave manager Mike Scioscia to challenge a double play that turned out to be the difference in the Tribe's 6-4 loss. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians opening day lineup? Terry Francona still wrestling with it (03/2014): Manager Terry Francona still hadn't picked a lineup for Monday night's season opener against Oakland as of late Sunday. Michael Bourn's hamstring injury and a versatile roster have turned a fairly routine job into a difficult task. Go to news article

Manager Terry Francona adapting to instant replay: Cleveland Indians spring trai (02/2014): Terry Francona says the Indians have a lot of work to do in getting used to new instand replay system that will go into affect this season. Go to news article

Cleveland Indians Truck Day: Gear, equipment, Ballpark Mustard, Terry Francona's (01/2014): The Indians packed two semi trucks with apparel and equipment on Friday as Spring Training inches closer. Go to news article

Terry Francona prefers an outsider to slam door for Cleveland Indians (12/2013): Manager Terry Francona seems reluctant to move relievers Cody Allen and Bryan Shaw out of their current roles.

Terry Francona named AL manager of the year; John Farrell is second (11/2013): By Peter Abraham, Globe Staff ORLANDO, Fla. Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona was named the American League Manager...        

Ex-Red Sox manager Terry Francona is ‘rooting for great baseball’ in this World (10/2013): Former Red Sox manager Terry Francona won’t be glued to his chair for these World Series games like the citizens of Red Sox Nation.        

Terry Francona talks about taking the Tribe into the post season (09/2013): Tribe manager Terry Francona talks about heading into the post season on Wednesday.

Indians notebook: Terry Francona trying to keep morale up after tough series in (08/2013): DETROIT: Manager Terry Francona called one of the briefest meetings on record before Friday night’s game to keep everyone on the same page.

Manager Terry Francona not thinking trade deadline: Cleveland Indians chatter (07/2013): Cleveland Indians pitcher Brett Myers had a bullpen session, but manager Terry Francona had no word on how it went.Chuck Crow, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Seen and heard Monday at Progressive Field as the Indians prepared to play...

The more relievers the better for Terry Francona: Cleveland Indians Insider (06/2013): The Cleveland Indians currently have nine relievers on the roster and manager Terry Francona couldn't be happier.

Cleveland Indians notebook: Terry Francona not concerned about Trevor Bauer’s st (05/2013): CLEVELAND: Trevor Bauer had a couple of tough outings for Triple-A Columbus recently, but Indians manager Terry Francona isn’t alarmed.

Terry Francona mum on Wednesday's starter: Cleveland Indians Chatter (04/2013): Manager Terry Francona says he would rather wait until after a roster move is made to discuss who the Cleveland Indians will start against Philadelphia on Wednesday. Go to news article

Terry Francona seeing knuckleball from the other side: Cleveland Indians Insider (03/2013): For years, Terry Francona trotted out Tim Wakefield and his unpredictable knuckleball every fifth day in Boston. Tuesday in his debut as manager of the Cleveland Indians, Francona will be facing Toronto and its knuckleballing ace, R.A. Dickey. Go to news article

Home-plate collisions prompt debate for Terry Francona, Cardinals' Mike Matheny: (02/2013): St. Louis manager Mike Matheny, a former catcher, wants home-plate collisions banned from the game. Tribe manager Terry Francona disagrees. Go to news article

PHOTOS: Terry Francona book signing at BJ's in Stoughton (01/2013): Terry Francona, former Manager of the 2004 and 2007 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, was at BJ’s Wholesale Club in Stoughton Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 to sign copies of his new book “Francona: The Red Sox Years.

It's been a winter of work for new Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona (12/2012): Terry Francona has been the Indians' manager fewer than three months, but a lot has taken place. Go to news article

PD Sports Insider: Tribe manager Terry Francona talks about coming to Cleveland, (11/2012): On today's PD Sports Insider, The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff, Bud Shaw and cleveland.com's Glenn Moore were joined by new Tribe manager, Terry Francona. They discussed coming to Cleveland, the challenges ahead and if the Indians will be shaking up the roster for next season. Go to news article

Indians Manager Terry Francona announces coaching staff (10/2012): Cleveland Indians and Manager Terry Francona today announced the formation of the 2013 Major League coaching staff

Terry Francona, Sandy Alomar Jr. are top candidates for Cleveland Indians manage (09/2012): CLEVELAND — There are already two official candidates to become the Indians’ next manager. One of them, Sandy Alomar Jr., served as the interim manager Friday night.

Old friend Terry Francona holds court in the Red Sox clubhouse (07/2012): NEW YORK - On the surface, Terry Francona's visit to the Red Sox clubhouse seemed almost trivial in nature. At a time the relationship between the club's players, current manager, coaches and front office is under great scrutiny, though, it seemed to carry weighted symbolic meaning. Go to news article

Tuning In: Terry Francona refuses to dish about Red Sox on mic (06/2012): National broadcasters don't follow a team every day so they usually can't provide insights that the team's fans don't already know. That's why the possibilities are so intriguing when former Red Sox manager Terry Francona analyzes Sox games on ESPN.

Ex-Red Sox manager Terry Francona trades racy e-mails with female fan (05/2012): ESPN analyst and former Red Sox manager Terry Francona is getting the brushback after e-mailing this racy picture (pictured) to a buxom baseball fan after she sent him a snapshot of her pitcher’s mounds. The woman’s angry boyfriend was upset about the double play, sharing the pictures with...

Cast Off, Terry Francona Returns to Cheers at Fenway (04/2012): The former Red Sox manager Terry Francona, who was fired after last season, was greeted warmly at Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary celebration.

Terry Francona 'still trying to stop bleeding' (03/2012): FORT MYERS - Terry Francona had made it almost all the way to his old spring training haunt Wednesday evening when...

Terry Francona Elaborates After Bobby Valentine Pushes Back (02/2012): After getting pushback from new Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine, former manager Terry Francona moved to elaborate on comments he made Monday in his new role at ESPN.

Former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona ready for new challenge (01/2012): Ex-manager UT baseball speaker tonight

Terry Francona Managing The Transition From Boston (12/2011): For the past eight seasons, Francona had been manager of the Boston Red Sox. Francona has been hired as an analyst at ESPN to essentially fill the role vacated when Bobby Valentine was hired to replace Francona.

Bradley: Bobby Valentine gives Boston Red Sox the opposite of Terry Francona (11/2011): Valentine flashed a fiery spirit as manager of the Mets, Texas Rangers Go to news article

Tony La Russa gives credit to Terry Francona (10/2011): ST. LOUIS - Only two managers in the history of baseball have more wins than Tony La Russa does with his 2,728...

Terry Francona, Red Sox part ways (09/2011): Manager Terry Francona, troubled by the direction of the Red Sox and his inability to reverse it, told the owners yesterday that he felt it was time to leave

Red Sox manager Terry Francona believes clock ticking on complaints about long g (08/2011): By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Baseball Writer MINNEAPOLIS — The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees have been hearing complaints for years that their games take far too long. Go to news article

'Agonized' Terry Francona needs perspective (06/2011): Terry Francona said Tuesday he "agonized" over whether to put a $160 million baseball player in right field and...

Boston Red Sox Notes: Still no word on Terry Francona-Joe West tiff (05/2011): BOSTON - Another day has passed with no word on whether Terry Francona will be suspended for Friday's altercation with umpire Joe West. "I was mad the other night, not mad anymore. Go to news article

Terry Francona Needs to Drop His Stubbornness (04/2011): Throwing Jarrod Saltalamacchia into the everyday Red Sox lineup and insisting on keeping Carl Crawford in the leadoff spot are mistakes the BoSox manager needs to stop making.

Red Sox manager Terry Francona has options (03/2011): Francona’s problem is an entirely unfamiliar one: a majority of left-handed hitters.

Spring Training 2011: Terry Francona steps in to defuse Bobby Jenks-Ozzie Guille (02/2011): Red Sox manager Terry Francona contacted Ozzie Guillen about the White Sox skipper's feud with Boston reliever Bobby Jenks.

Carl Crawford Presents Terry Francona With Bevy of Options When Filling Out Line (12/2010): LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- In baseball, having too much starting pitching is often considered a "good problem" to have. What happens when you have too much hitting?