Baseballs Single-Signed by 4 MLB Prospects – Meadows, Glasnow, McGuire and Tucker.
Lot 35. Baseballs Single-Signed by 4 MLB Prospects – Meadows, Glasnow, McGuire and Tucker. All four players started their professional careers as Pittsburgh Pirates prospects. Only Cole Tucker remains a Pirate. Only Tyler Glasnow was not a first-round draft choice. Each blue ballpoint signature adorns a baseball’s sweet spot. Austin Meadows has had the most Major League success among these 24-26- year-olds. Last season, as Tampa Bay’s regular right fielder, he was the first of the four to become an All-Star. He finished the season with a 291 batting average, 33 home runs and 89 RBI. His signature is gem mint 10 on a Rawlings Perfect Game ball that is nm 7 to nm-m 8. The ball can be displayed so that a scuff on a panel below the sweet spot does not show. Glasnow, a Tampa Bay teammate of Meadows, had his best MLB season in 2019. The right-handed pitcher won 6 games, lost 1 and had a 2.26 ERA. He signed a mint Official League Rawlings OLB3 baseball and added “24” to his signature. The autograph is clean, complete and somewhat light without skipping or bleeding, ex-m 6 to nm 7. In 2013, the Pirates drafted Reese McGuire, a catcher. Traded to Toronto in 2016, he batted .299 in 97 games for the Blue Jays last year. An Official Minor League O’Conner baseball that shows moderate game use presents McGuire’s nm-m 8 autograph. Drafted by Pittsburgh in 2014, Tucker made his Major League debut on April 20, 2019. A shortstop, he hit .211. He added “1st Round Pick” next to his mint 9 autograph on a gem mint 10 Rawlings Official League ROLB2 baseball. Winning Bid $50.