Jim Fregosi Signed 1964 California Angels Major League Baseball contract

During an 18-year baseball career, Jim Fregosi played from 1961–1978 for four different teams, primarily the Los Angeles and California Angels. In that franchise's first eleven years of play, he became its first star as the team's most productive and popular player. He led the American League (AL) in double plays twice, winning the 1967 Gold Glove Award, and upon leaving the team ranked ninth in AL history with 818 double plays. He holds the franchise record with 70 career triples; several of his other team records, including career games (1,429), hits (1,408), doubles (219), runs (691) and runs batted in (546), were broken by Brian Downing between 1986 and 1989. He returned to the team as manager, guiding it to its first-ever postseason appearance in 1979, and later managed the Philadelphia Phillies to the 1993 National League pennant. He passed away in 2014

We offer a Uniform Player’s Contract for the American League between the California Angels and Jim Fregosi paying him $22,500 for the season.  Signed by Fregosi and Fred Haney (GM) (D. 1977).

Rare and one of a kind from Fregosi’s estate.



Item: 8350

Price: $249.00
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Jim Fregosi  Signed  1964 California Angels Major League Baseball contractJim Fregosi  Signed  1964 California Angels Major League Baseball contract
Jim Fregosi Signed 1964 California Angels Major League Baseball contract
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