Darryl Kile No-Hit 3 x All-Star Pitcher Signed Topps Baseball Card Contract

Darryl Kile (D. 2002 at the age of 33) as an American Major League Baseball starting pitcher. He pitched from 1991 to 2002 for three different teams in his career. In his first season for the Cardinals, he won 20 games in 2000 as the team reached the postseason for the first time in four years. They advanced to the playoffs in the next two seasons. Kile was known for his sharp, big-breaking curveball. He died of coronary disease in Chicago, where he and the Cardinals were staying for a weekend series against the Chicago Cubs. He was the first active major league player to die during the regular season since 1979, when the New York Yankees' Thurman Munson died in an aviation accident.

Offered is an 8.5” x 11” original Topps Baseball Card Contract from 1999 authorizing Topps to use his name and image on their cards for 3 years through the 2002 season. One of a kind!



Item: 9123

Price: $195.00
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Darryl Kile No-Hit 3 x All-Star Pitcher Signed Topps Baseball Card Contract