Morrie Martin Autographs
Morris Webster Martin was a former Major League Baseball pitcher who was made a certain distinction by the fact that he was left-handed. He pitched in the major leagues from 1949-1959 and appeared in 250 games for several different teams. He was assigned to the First Army's 49th Combat Engineers during the World War II. He joined in Operation Torch, Operation Overlord, Operation Cobra, and the Battle of the Bulge. He is linked to Albert Pujols a three time National League Most Valuable Player and considered as one of the best players in the game today and Carl Yastrzemski nicknamed Yaz, a former American Major League Baseball player who was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989. If you are a fan, get his Signed Baseball, Jersey, Photo, Signatures, and Pictures here online. This site sells the best collectible items of Martin and that is his Signed Baseball, Jersey, Photo, Signatures, and Pictures. Take this easy opportunity to get all his items, most especially the autographed Morris Martin jerseys, baseballs, bats & photos, signed Baseball, Jersey, Photo, Signatures, and Pictures. Your order will be in your hands within 15 days. That is an assurance. You can also search for words such as Morris Martin, autographed, signed, jersey, baseball, bat, baseballs, jerseys, autograph, ball, photo, collectible Morris Martin to get more options. You can also check other players MLB Memorabilia here. Some may have misspelled words for this search. These words are Morrie Martin, Morris Marty and More Martin. About Morrie Martin: Morrie Martin (full name: Morris Webster Martin; Lefty) played pitcher from 1949 until 1959 for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Cardinals, Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs. He played for the Dodgers in 1949, Athletics from 1951 - 1954, White Sox from 1954 - 1956, Orioles in 1956, Cardinals from 1957 - 1958, Indians in 1958 and Cubs in 1959. Over 10 seasons, he started 42 games, won 38 games, struck out 245 batters, and had a 4.29 ERA. Born on September 3, 1922 in Dixon, MO, Martin stood 6' 0 and weighed 173 lb. He attended high school. His debut was on April 25, 1949 and he played his final game on April 22, 1959. Common misspellings of his name include Morris Lefty Morrie Webster Martin. Common misspellings: Collectables, Memorabila, Memorabillia, Memorbilia, Singed, Memrobilia, memoribilia, Collectable Our wide assortment of authentic autographed Morrie Martin memorabilia includes: frames, photomints, balls, game used collectibles, coins, Morrie Martin autographs, signatures, display cases, collages with frame, and other Morrie Martin signed memorabilia. You can also browse Morrie Martin autographed memorabilia such as a coin with autograph, hand signed collage, pic, inscribed ball, signature photomint, Olympic collectible, trading card, inscription and Morrie Martin autograph, among other signed Morrie Martin memorabilia. Info on Morrie Martin Jerseys, Gear & Collectibles: Our online store carries sweatshirts, licensed apparel, sale gifts, t-shirts, replica banners, jackets, hats, caps, official clothing, MVP 16X20 photos, and pictures, whether it's unsigned, signed or game-used. Also find an authentic jersey, ball, cap, 8X10 photo, jacket, blanket, hat, gift, picture, sweatshirt, t-shirt or display case. Browse Morrie Martin memorabilia signings, values, prices, stats, jerseys & pics from 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008. Searching for the perfect Morrie Martin 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 Morrie Martin memorabilia and sports collectibles so you don't have to.