April 2018 Premier Auction
Search By:
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 5/6/2018
Jack Roosevelt Robinson (1919-1972) will forever be remembered for breaking the color barrier as the first black player in the modern era to play in Major League Baseball since the 1880s. Brooklyn Dodgers President and General Manager Branch Rickey told Robinson he was looking for a Negro player… “with guts enough to not fight back” when facing racial discrimination. Robinson endured unthinkable abuse from fans and occasionally players, but carried himself with dignity and poise as he helped the organization to six National League pennants and the 1955 World Series championship. In 1947, Jackie Robinson won the Major League Baseball Rookie of the Year award and in 1949, took home the National League’s Most Valuable Player award. Jackie Robinson played second base, primarily, for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1947-1956) and finished his career with 1,518 hits, 137 home runs, 734 RBI and a .311 batting average. In 1997, Robinson’s number “42” was retired bay all Major League Baseball teams. Jack Roosevelt Robinson was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. This particular card up for auction is Jackie's 1950 Bowman #22 vintage baseball card. This card has been graded a PSA 2 Good. While this isn't a high grade card, this card can be very difficult to obtain in any condition. Please see below for high quality images of the front & back of the card.
Jackie Robinson 1950 Bowman #22 - Low # - Brooklyn Dodgers - PSA 2 - Good
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $264.00
Number Bids: 2
Auction closed on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
Email A Friend
Ask a Question
Have One To Sell

Auction Notepad


You may add/edit a note for this item or view the notepad:  

Submit    Delete     View all notepad items