Milt Pappas Autographed Career Stat Ball



A 17-year veteran pitcher, Milt Pappas, nicknamed “Gimpy”, played for the Baltimore Orioles (1957-65), the Cincinnati Reds (1966-68), the Atlanta Braves (1968-70) and the Chicago Cubs (1970-73).  He pitched in 520 games, started 465, with 209 wins and 164 losses, 43 shutouts, 1,728 strikeouts and a 3.40 ERA in 3,186 innings pitched. This is an official Major League Baseball signed by Milt Pappas and inscribed with a number of his career stats and accomplishments. This authenticated piece of baseball history would make a fine addition to any memorabilia collection. We have but a few and they won’t last long. The ball is inscribed with: “Gimpy, 8.10.57-9.8.73, 209 Wins, 3.40 ERA, 1,728 Ks, 129 CG” Due to the limited availability of this item we must charge your credit card for the full price immediately upon taking your order. This policy ensures we reserve a ball for you. We will confirm your order by e-mail.