Share your favorites on Show & Tell

A very old signed baseball

In Baseball > Signed Baseballs > Show & Tell.
All items193771 of 195609Is this brooch/pendant Art nouveau or Art Deco?NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
1
Love it
0
Like it

SigPrices.comSigPrices.com loves this.
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



    Posted 8 years ago

    RaggedyAnn
    (7 items)

    This old baseball is signed by players such as: Mark Ohlms,

    "Filet" Marion? Rodney? Kenny Greer, coach Morris?

    and other players that I cannot make out the names including the
    coach by last name Morris?

    If anyone knows the year, team name, and who these players are
    pls let me know asap thank you

    Mystery Solved

    Comments

    1. RaggedyAnn, 8 years ago
      I looked up Mark Ohlms on google and came up with Yankees 1923- 1995
    2. ballandcards ballandcards, 8 years ago
      I got you. Mark Ohlms and Kenny Greer were teammates for only two seasons. In 1989 with the Prince William Cannons, the New York Yankees' Low-A affiliate (at the time) and in 1990 with the Fort Lauderdale Yankees, their High-A affiliate (at the time). I'm fairly certain that this ball is from the 1990 Fort Lauderdale Yankees. In addition to Greer and Ohlms (two pitchers) there is another pitcher named Ramon Manon, which may look like "Marion". In addition there is a a fourth pitcher named Moose Marris, which may look like "Coach Morris."

      Ohlms, Marris, and Manon never made it to the Majors. Greer did, pitching one game with the Mets in 1993 and 8 with the Giants in 1995 (1-2 career record with a 4.85 ERA).

      Here is a link to the entire 1990 Fort Lauderdale Yankees roster, in case there are more signatures you want to check out: http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/team.cgi?id=18214
    3. RaggedyAnn, 8 years ago
      how much would it be worth?
    4. ballandcards ballandcards, 8 years ago
      I hate to be the barer of bad news, but a ball signed by a bunch of minor leaguers, especially in sub-par condition, is likely worth, well, one baseball. But hey, you can use it for batting practice!
    5. RaggedyAnn, 8 years ago
      Thank You
    6. SigPrices.com SigPrices.com, 8 years ago
      very impressive!
    7. Zach ohlms, 8 years ago
      Mark Ohlms is my father!

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.