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Walter William Weiss (born November 28, 1963) is an American former professional baseball shortstop and manager and current bench coach for the Atlanta Braves. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1987 through 2000 for the Oakland Athletics, Florida Marlins, Colorado Rockies, and Atlanta Braves. He managed the Rockies from 2013 through 2016. More about Walt Weiss
These are the most current items with a signature of Walt Weiss that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1989 Donruss SIGNED: Walt Weiss, A's #446||$9.99|
|1996 Collector's Choice Silver Signature Walt Weiss Colorado Rockies #541||$2.95|
|Autographed WALT WEISS Colorado Rockies 8x10 photo- COA||$14.99|
|MLB OAKLAND ATHLETICS WALT WEISS Signed Autographed 8x10 Photograph BASEBALL||$49.99|
|WALT WEISS 1991 LEAF AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED AUTO BASEBALL CARD||$19.95|
|WALT WEISS 1995 Donruss #14 signed card COLORADO ROCKIES ATHLETICS MARLINS UNC||$4.95|
|Walt Weiss Card Collection With Autographed RC||$13.00|
In total, we tracked 440 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Walt Weiss (Walt Weiss Autographed Signed 2021 World Series Baseball Atlanta Braves RARE!!) was sold in March 2022 for $299.99 while the cheapest item (1994 Fleer Walt Weiss Autograph Florida Marlins Card# 480) found a new owner for $0.01 in November 2021. The month with the most items sold (9) was July 2013 with an average selling price of $9.99 for an autographed item of Walt Weiss. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in September 2017 with $68.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was March 2010. In average, an autographed item from Walt Weiss is worth $5.99.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Walt Weiss were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1992 Upper Deck #151 Walt Weiss Autograph Signed Athletics||$5.00|
|1993 Topps Stadium Club WALT WEISS Signed Card autograph AUTO MARLINS ROCKIES||$3.99|
|1995 Collector's Choice Special Edition Silver Signature #206 Walt Weiss Rockies||$1.99|
|2004 Topps Originals Signature Edition Buyback 7/21 Walt Weiss (1994 Auto)||$5.50|
|Lot (2) Walt Weiss Topps Stadium Club #316 #49 Signed Autograph (AK18) SWSW||$15.00|
|Walt Weiss - 2014 Topps Heritage MGR Signed Autograph Auto Card #99 (Rockies)||$4.99|
|WALT WEISS 1988 UPPER DECK ROOKIE RC AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED AUTO BASEBALL CARD||$24.99|
|Walt Weiss 1996 Leaf Signature Series SILVER AUTOGRAPH Colorado Rockies||$10.50|
|Walt Weiss Autographed 1996 Leaf Signature Series Bronze Parallel (NM/MT) NO#||$7.00|
|WALT WEISS SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED OAL BASEBALL! Athletics, Rockies, Braves!||$29.99|
Watch: Walt Weiss believes Jon Gray gives Rockies best chance to win (03/24/15): Denver Post Columnist Mark Kiszla made his case for why the Colorado Rockies should get minor league pitcher Jonathan Gray in the lineup sooner rather than later.
Walt Weiss considering batting Rockies pitchers 8th in lineup (03/23/15): In Monday's Cactus League game against the Brewers, Rockies manager Walt Weiss has pitcher Jon Gray hitting eighth, followed by second baseman Rafael Ynoa.
Rockies' Walt Weiss tinkering with idea of hitting pitcher eighth (03/23/15): Walt Weiss' spring experiment could lead to fundamental change.In Monday's Cactus League game against the Brewers, the Rockies' manager has right-handed starter Jon Gray
Q&A with Rockies manager Walt Weiss: "Too much has been made of the 100-pitch th (03/09/15): In a question-and-answer session with The Denver Post, Walt Weiss discussed his views on the Rockies, who start spring training later this week.
Rockies' Walt Weiss: 'Wilin Rosario very serviceable at first' (02/2015): The Rockies are counting on catcher Wilin Rosario to be able to play some first base in 2015.
Rockies manager Walt Weiss assumes more say in team's operations (12/2014): During his first two seasons as manager, working under former general manager Dan O'Dowd and former assistant GM Bill Geivett, Weiss had some input in player personnel decisions. Under Bridich, Weiss has a bigger voice.
Rockies lose, but Walt Weiss believes '15 will be big for Eddie Butler (09/2014): LOS ANGELES — Eddie Butler showed up at spring training as the Rockies' phenom. Some fans — and some media members — clamored for his instant ascension into the starting
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss calls for team meeting (08/2014): It's not about lack of effort. It's about lack of execution. That was manager Walt Weiss's message to the Rockies during a team meeting before Saturday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Nolan Arenado is apologetic after his benching by Rockies' Walt Weiss (07/2014): A contrite and embarrassed Nolan Arenado on Saturday explained his benching by Rockies manager Walt Weiss, after the Gold Glover failed to run out a groundball against the Pirates the night before.
Walt Weiss pulls the plug on Yohan Flande’s start for Rockies at Washington (06/2014): Between the lines of another Rockies loss -- their 12th loss over the past 14 games -- was a good pitching performance from Yohan Flande.
Rockies manager Walt Weiss is standing by LaTroy Hawkins (05/2014): Rockies closer LaTroy Hawkins hasn't been slamming the door on opposing offenses lately, but manager Walt Weiss is standing by him.
Wilin Rosario awaits results of MRI on hand, Walt Weiss hopes for best (04/2014): Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario continues to get treatment on his sore left hand and is hoping he'll dodge a trip to the disabled list. He had an MRI Monday.
Rockies' Walt Weiss hasn't decided upon his final roster yet (03/2014): Walt Weiss will meet with his coaching staff and the front office Wednesday. It is a drill the Rockies have repeated multiple times as they look to finalize their roster, possibly after the game against the Giants on Wednesday.
Can Rockies go from "worst to first" — Walt Weiss' words — next year? (12/2013): Lunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Patrick Saunders looks at the Rockies' chances of winning their first-ever division title next year.
Walt Weiss gets extension with Rockies (10/2013): The Colorado Rockies finished the 2013 season with another last place finish. However, the last place finish didn’t stop them from giving manager Walt Weiss a three-year contract on Tuesday. read more
Frei: Walt Weiss at home in Rockies' dugout (09/2013): At one point during my week-long shadowing of Weiss and the Raiders in the spring of 2012, I asked if he would consider going back to a major-league dugout.
Walt Weiss likes diversifying what's on Wilin Rosario's plate (08/2013): The idea seems plausible enough. Convert power-hitting catcher Wilin Rosario into the Rockies' full-time first baseman of the future.
Dante Bichette, Walt Weiss not about to panic over Rockies' offense (07/2013): They aren't bringing in Pharrell or Mark McGwire. When it comes to producing hits, the Rockies' offense is on its own.
Walt Weiss won’t commit to Juan Nicasio for next start; Dexter Fowler hurt (06/2013): Juan Nicasio's grip on his Colorado ROckies rotation spot continues to slip as manager Walt Weiss would not commit to the right-hander making his next start
Walt Weiss Making The Most Of His Rookie Season As Rockies Manager (05/2013): So far most of the things that have happened to the Rockies have been good things – they’re playing far better than most expected, although Weiss was a believer from day one.
Renck: Rockies rookie manager Walt Weiss has players' full respect (04/2013): Don't let Rockies manager Walt Weiss fool you. He's not just some former player with expertise in slapping backs and giving high-fives.
Zappolo’s People: Walt Weiss (02/2013): Ron Zappolo talks sports with former Colorado Rockies star and current Rox manager Walt Weiss.
Rockies' Jordan Pacheco Hits Batting Cages, Talks Walt Weiss (01/2013): Rockies' infielder Jordan Pacheco joined NewsChannel 5's Josh Moser and Claire Brandon Saturday at the 1st Annual Western Slope Baseball Camp at the Maverick Pavilion.
Regis Jesuit hires Mike Anderson to replace Walt Weiss as baseball coach (12/2012): Regis Jesuit has hired former University of Nebraska coach Mike Anderson to head its baseball program.
Celebrity house for sale: Walt Weiss (11/2012): Colorado Rockies' manager and '88 MLB rookie of the year Walt Weiss is selling his 73- acre Colorado estate for $3.5 million, according to Realtor.com.