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Karl Drews Signed Baseball Phillies – COA JSA- send backGo Back
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A Staten Island, New York native, Karl Drews appeared in two games for the Yankees in the 1947 World Series as a relief pitcher and held the Brooklyn Dodgers to one run and two hits in three innings pitched, although he did allow a base on balls and a hit batsman and threw a wild pitch. During his MLB career, Drews appeared in 218 games played, 107 as a starting pitcher, and gave up 913 hits and 332 bases on balls in 8262⁄3 innings, with 322 strikeouts. On August 15, 1963, Drews was killed at age 43 by a drunk driver in Florida.
Presented is an ONL (Giles) baseball autographed by Karl Drews. He signed the rare baseball on a side panel in blue ballpoint pen (“4” light but legible). The ball itself shows toning from age.
Authentication: JSA Full Letter
Karl Drews Signed Baseball