Mike Hegan Autographs
James Michael Hegan is a retired professional baseball player who became a radio broadcaster for the Major Baseball League team, Cleveland Indians. He was born on July 21, 1942 in Cleveland, Ohio and is the son of Jim Hegan, a Cleveland Indians catcher. He finished his high school education at Saint Ignatius High School and made his way to the major league in 1964 with the New York Yankees. He also played for the Seattle Pilots in 1969 and made his first career home run with the team. He joined the Milwaukee Brewers from 1970 to 1971 and 1974 to 1977. He played as a first baseman and outfielder and was the only All-Star member of the Seattle Pilots. From 1971 to 1973, he played for the Oakland Athletics with which he played in the 1972 World Championships. He played mainly as a pinch hitter and part of the team's defense in substitute for Mike Epstein and was the last batter who made a fly out to the center field of the Yankee Stadium. He made a hit for a cycle on September 30, 1976 and was an American League record holder for most error-free performances in consecutive games. This record was surpassed by Kevin Youkilis in 2007. After his final game on July 8, 1977 for the Milwaukee Brewers, he went into radio broadcasting and became a color commentator for the Milwaukee Brewers. He worked with Tom Hamilton in various radio broadcasts. To complete your MLB collection, Mike Hegan memorabilia will be a perfect addition. Purchase autographed MLB bats, autographed MLB gloves and MLB trading cards and tickets at SignedAutographed.com. About Mike Hegan: Mike Hegan (full name: James Michael Hegan; no nicknames) played first baseman and outfielder from 1964 until 1977 for the New York Yankees, Seattle Pilots, Oakland Athletics and Milwaukee Brewers. He played for the Yankees from 1964 - 1974, Pilots from 1969 - 1971, Athletics from 1971 - 1973 and Brewers from 1974 - 1977. Over 12 seasons, he played 965 games, hit 53 home runs, drove in 281 runs, and stole 28 bases. Born on July 21, 1942 in Cleveland, OH, Hegan stands 6' 1 and weighs 188 lb. He attended high school. His debut was on September 13, 1964 and he played his final game on July 8, 1977. Over his career, Hegan made $143,000. Common misspellings of his name include James mark Michael Mike Hegan. Common misspellings: Memorabelia, Collectable, Memorabillia, Memorabila, Memorbilia, Singed, Memrobilia, memoribilia Our wide assortment of authentic autographed Mike Hegan memorabilia includes: game used collectibles, inscriptions, coins, collages with frame, display cases, Mike Hegan autographs, balls, signatures, photomints, and other Mike Hegan signed memorabilia. You can also browse Mike Hegan autographed memorabilia such as a hand signed collage, trading card, inscribed ball, Olympic collectible, Mike Hegan autograph, inscription, pic, signature photomint and coin with autograph, among other signed Mike Hegan memorabilia. Info on Mike Hegan Jerseys, Gear & Collectibles: Our online store carries hats, pictures, jackets, licensed apparel, official clothing, replica banners, sale gifts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, MVP 16X20 photos, and caps, whether it's unsigned, signed or game-used. Also find an authentic cap, blanket, t-shirt, 8X10 photo, hat, jersey, gift, sweatshirt, picture, display case, jacket or ball. Browse Mike Hegan memorabilia prices, stats, pics, jerseys, signings & values from 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008. Searching for the perfect Mike Hegan 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 Mike Hegan memorabilia and sports collectibles so you don't have to.