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A promising pitcher in the Major League Baseball, Jim Bibby was born in Franklinton, North Carolina on October 29, 1944. Among the several teams he had played with during his career period were the St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, as well as the Pittsburgh Pirates. Bibby's passion for sports was of no doubt to everybody because he came from a family of sports lovers. Henry Bibby, his brother, was a famous player in the National Basketball League as well as his Uncle Mike who had also played in the same sporting area. He was best remembered as a professional player who had exuded great confidence and courage on field. At the same time, he was known as a big contributing factor to every team he had played with due to his great performances that had eventually led to his teams' victories. However, in May 19 of the year 1981, Jim Bibby had decided to stop from playing baseball. He was 36 years of age at that time. He had renounced his title to Terry Harper of the Atlanta Braves. Jim Bibby had been considered as a big part to the wonderful history of baseball. He was also able to set a track record of 3.76 Earned run Average. Take a chance to take home Jim Bibby's cool memorabilia such as his autographed action 8x10 photo in Jim Bibby's name is sometimes mistaken by other people into Jimm Bibby, Jhim Bibby, Jym Bibby, Jeam Bibby, Jim Biby, Jim Bibbi, and Jim Bhibby. About Jim Bibby: Jim Bibby (full name: James Blair Bibby; no nicknames) played pitcher from 1972 until 1984 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians and Pittsburgh Pirates. He played for the Cardinals from 1972 - 1973, Rangers from 1973 - 1984, Indians from 1975 - 1977 and Pirates from 1978 - 1983. Over 12 seasons, he started 239 games, won 111 games, struck out 1079 batters, and had a 3.76 ERA. Born on October 29, 1944 in Franklinton, NC, Bibby stood 6' 5 and weighed 235 lb. He attended high school. His debut was on September 4, 1972 and he played his final game on May 26, 1984. Over his career, Bibby made $280,000. Common misspellings of his name include James Blair james Jim jimmie jimmy Bibby. Common misspellings: Collectable, Collectables, Memorabila, Memorbilia, Memorabelia, Memrobilia, Singed, memoribilia Our wide assortment of authentic autographed Jim Bibby memorabilia includes: signatures, balls, photomints, collages with frame, coins, game used collectibles, display cases, frames, Jim Bibby autographs, and other Jim Bibby signed memorabilia. You can also browse Jim Bibby autographed memorabilia such as a signature photomint, trading card, inscription, inscribed ball, Jim Bibby autograph, Olympic collectible, coin with autograph, pic and hand signed collage, among other signed Jim Bibby memorabilia. Info on Jim Bibby Jerseys, Gear & Collectibles: Our online store carries licensed apparel, t-shirts, MVP 16X20 photos, jackets, pictures, sale gifts, hats, sweatshirts, replica banners, official clothing, and caps, whether it's unsigned, signed or game-used. Also find an authentic display case, jersey, 8X10 photo, ball, gift, t-shirt, cap, jacket, sweatshirt, blanket, hat or picture. Browse Jim Bibby memorabilia signings, prices, pics, stats, values & jerseys from 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008. Searching for the perfect Jim Bibby gifts for that special sports fan? Whether you are trying to choose an item for a holiday such as Christmas or you need a birthday present, our gift certificates make the perfect gift idea. Our gift cards take all the pressure out of finding the perfect present for friends or loved ones. Let your loved ones choose their favorite Jim Bibby memorabilia and sports collectibles so you don't have to.