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Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra (May 12, 1925 – September 22, 2015) was an American professional baseball catcher who later took on the roles of manager and coach. He played 19 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) (1946–1963, 1965), all but the last for the New York Yankees. He was an 18-time All-Star and won 10 World Series championships as a player—more than any other player in MLB history. Berra had a career batting average of .285, while hitting 358 home runs and 1,430 runs batted in. He is one of only six players to win the American League Most Valuable Player Award three times. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest catchers in baseball history and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972. More about Yogi Berra
These are the most current items with a signature of Yogi Berra that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1986 YOGI BERRA AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED 3X5 HOUSTON ASTROS TEAM ISSUED BASEBALL CARD||$100.00|
|2005 Upper Deck Ultimate Signature Edition Yogi Berra /825 #50 New York Yankees||$4.99|
|Luis Severino New York Yankees Autographed Yogi Berra Ticket from August 5 2015 with MLB Debut Inscription - BAS Authenticated||$299.99|
|NICE YOGI BERRA YANKEES SIGNED GARTLAN PLATE CERTIFIED BY GARTLAN||$175.00|
|SIGNED It Ain't Over By Yogi Berra 1st Edition First Printing 1989 Hardcover||$99.99|
|YOGI BERRA AUTOGRAPH BASEBALL YANKEES NAME ONLY||$149.99|
|YOGI BERRA AUTOGRAPH New York Yankees 100 Anny BASEBALL||$159.99|
|Yogi Berra Full Name signed OAL Vintage ball - Yankees, HOF - PSA/DNA||$289.00|
|Yogi Berra New York Yankees Autographed 16 x 20 Champagne Celebration Photograph with Photographer Ken Regan Signature||$299.99|
|Yogi Berra Signed Baseball - New York Yankees HOF — ⚾️||$279.99|
|Yogi Berra Signed Sports Illustrated Cover 4/2/84 MLB BAS New York Yankees HOF||$75.00|
In total, we tracked 4756 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Yogi Berra (Yogi Berra Autographed Game Bat Lot 74) was sold in July 2016 for $4650.00 while the cheapest item (1992 AUTOGRAPHED YOGI BERRA FRONT ROW THE ALL-TIME GREAT SERIES BASEBALL CARD) found a new owner for $0.16 in October 2022. The month with the most items sold (87) was September 2015 with an average selling price of $69.99 for an autographed item of Yogi Berra. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2018 with $199.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $19.95 was January 2017. In average, an autographed item from Yogi Berra is worth $52.51.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Yogi Berra were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|2003 UPPER DECK YOGI BERRA ON CARD AUTOGRAPH AUTO PRIDE OF NEW YORK YANKEES MVP||$71.88|
|2004 Fleer Greats of the Game Yogi Berra Autograph /250 NY Yankees HOF||$79.95|
|Don Larsen Autographed Photo W Yogi Berra W/coa JSA||$30.00|
|Driving Mr. Yogi 2012 HC SIGNED Both Yogi Berra & Ron Guiidry||$69.99|
|Yogi Berra #8 ~ 3 MVP Awards Signed Baseball JSA Authenticated Official AL RO-A||$221.27|
|Yogi Berra & Dale Berra Auto Autographed 1985 Topps #132 Yankees FREE SHIPPING!||$29.99|
|Yogi Berra & Don Larsen Signed Autographed Catchers Glove Mitt & Ball 56 WS⚾??||$115.50|
|Yogi Berra HOF Signed 1960 Topps #480 New York Yankees AUTO PSA PSA/DNA||$230.22|
|Yogi Berra Signed 6 3/4 Yankees New Era baseball hat cap Mint Autograph PSA COA||$174.99|
|Yogi It Ain't Over By Yogi Berra SIGNED Autograph Book||$79.95|
Berra given first-class honor with U.S. stamp (06/24/21): The stamp honoring Yankees Hall of Famer Yogi Berra -- now being sold at post offices nationwide -- was dedicated during a ceremony at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Little Falls, New Jersey, on Thursday.
25 days of Yankee Numbers: No. 8 Yogi Berra and Billy Dickey (12/08/18): Lawrence Peter Berra, better known as 'Yogi,' spent most of his baseball career as a player, coach and manager in the Yankee organization.
25 days of Yankee Numbers: No. 8 Yogi Berra and Billy Dickey (12/2018): Lawrence Peter Berra, better known as 'Yogi,' spent most of his baseball career as a player, coach and manager in the Yankee organization.
Rolly: Like Yogi Berra, this Utah lawmaker didn't always say what he said (02/2015): New Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes has added a communications director to his staff. The post has been filled by veteran newspaper reporter and editor Chuck Gates. I predict Gates will earn his salary. I also expect a handful of high-maintenance Hou...
How Craig Biggio almost ended up with the Mets if not for the Devils owner and Y (01/2015): Biggio was voted into baseball's Hall of Fame Tuesday after a 20 year career with the Houston Astros. He never played for another major league team.
West Essex High School sports leaders take leadership lessons at Yogi Berra Muse (12/2014): NORTH CALDWELL—West Essex High School winter sports captains and coaches attended a special Sportsmanship Workshop at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning center on Thursday, Nov. 13.
Yogi Berra’s museum to get replicas of stolen goods (10/2014): It ain’t over for the Yogi Berra Museum. Berra’s former teams, the Yankees and Mets, as well as Major League Baseball, will donate replicas of items that were recently stolen...
Inaugural Athlete Ally Action Awards Honors Yogi Berra, James Blake, Jason Colli (09/2014): NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Who: Athlete Ally, the nation's largest non-profit organization in LGBT sports, dedicated to eliminating homophobia and transphobia in athletic communities through ...
Yankee Stadium tour run by Yogi Berra Museum (07/2014): Yankee Stadium tour run by Yogi Berra Museum
Yogi Berra and J.D. Salinger among famous heroes of D-Day (06/2014): Looking back at D-Day on Friday’s 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion, many of us know the event that changed the course of WWII only through such great films as...
Yogi Berra honors unsung high school athletes with "Best Teammate Award" (05/2014): The honorees include Kenny Davis, a Montclair football player who asked his coach to be taken out of a game because he felt his performance was hurting his team.
Yogi Berra's NJ Home Ready For Next Inning (04/2014): The home of New York Yankees' legend Yogi Berra is for sale, and the listing gives a nod to his playing days.
Yogi Berra and Carmen; Yankee's greatest love story in all times to come (03/2014): DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe together fabricated the most glorious comple of all times and mostly because one of them was a Yankee and the other a famous hot star, but unfortunately they couldnt last...
If you come to a fork in the road, take it: Horse named Yogi Berra wins debut (02/2014): A horse named Yogi Berra, owned by the daughter of late George Steinbrenner, wins Tampa Bay race in debut.
Yogi Berra's latest honor marks heroism beyond baseball in the Bronx (10/2013): Yogi Berra approached enemy fire the same way he approached opposing pitchers. Relaxed. So relaxed, it might pass as obliviousness to pressure or danger.
Six Yogi Berra-isms the M's should take to heart (08/2013): There's not a lot that links the M's and the Yankees these days, but we'll take what we can get.
Ira Berkow at Yogi Berra Museum today (07/2013): If it’s about baseball and does not include pinstripes and the words New York Yankees, I don’t care so much. But Ira Berkow could make me care, even about The Mets.
STAN FISCHLER: Yogi Berra Museum worth trip (06/2013): What’s the most underrated, unlikely -- yet lovely -- museum within a two-hour drive from Kingston?
Photo of the Week: Montclair's Yogi Berra celebrates 88th birthday (05/2013): Yankee legend spent Sunday, May 12 at the Yogi Berra Museum on the campus of Montclair State University.
Yogi Berra confronts infamous harmonica one more time (01/2013): Yogi Berra is flanked by Roger Maris, left, and Mickey Mantle on the first day of spring training in 1964, a season that ended with a seven-game World Series loss and Berra's firing as manager.
STAN FISCHLER: Visiting Yogi Berra museum worthwhile experience (11/2012): I was never supposed to like Yogi Berra.
Eric LeGrand to tell inpiring story at Yogi Berra Museum (10/2012): Eric LeGrand, the former Rutgers football player whose inspiring story of injury and recovery is poignantly chronicled in his newly published book , will appear at the Yogi Berra Museum
Babe Waxpak: What's the value of a 1954 Yogi Berra card? (09/2012): Dear Babe: Years ago I saved some sports cards. Included is a 1954 Yogi Berra card.— Ruth Freel, ReddingBabe: Not much to go on here. Fortunately, there weren't a lot of manufacturers back then.
Guzman's Home Run Highlights Speacial Day At Yogi Berra Stadium (08/2012): On the same day Joe Calfapietra is named the Can-Am League's Manager of the Year, he wins his 500th game in a Jackals uniform. It seems fitting Isaac Pavlik got the win.
By The Numbers: Yogi Berra And Other True MLB Heroes (07/2012): We use the word “hero” very easily and far too lightly. Yes, in a secondary way it can refer to someone who is admired for outstanding qualities or achievements.
REVIEW: Driving Mr.Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry, and Baseball’s Greatest Gift (05/2012): Book by Harvey Araton
Yogi Berra on Baseball — and Business (04/2012): By the early 1980s, Yogi Berra was already a three-time American League Most Valuable Player, a 15-time All-Star and a 13-time World Series champion.
Yogi Berra Museum screening "June 17th, 1994" this Sunday (02/2012): The acclaimed ESPN documentary, "June 17th, 1994," about the most chaotic days in sports history, will be screened at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center at Montclair State University this Sunday at 7 p.m. as part of the Museum's ongoing sports film series.
MyStoryYourStory: 'You can observe a lot just by watching’ - Yogi Berra (11/2011): Here is where we came together for a few hours or more and made sense of all the nonsense. This is where we spectated from bleachers or couches, stadium or home, near or far.
Yogi Berra thinks Devils are due for big season (07/2011): Longtime Devils fan feels Martin Brodeur will bounce back from injury-filled season
BLOG: Yogi Berra-isms (03/2011): By Bill Campbell: Before we become seriously occupied with March Madness, and since we’re this close to baseball, I thought a little humor might rise to the occasion.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland jokes with New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra (02/2011): Jim Leyland: "Hell, I get excited when I see Yogi Berra. He's my all-time favorite player."