Bob Sheppard Signed letter on Yankees letterhead Yankees PA announcer JSA

“Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen … ” In his smooth, iconic tone, New York Yankees public address announcer Bob Sheppard ceremoniously introduced Bronx diamond favorites for more than 60 seasons, most of them glorious.  He also was the public address announcer for the New York Giants of the NFL from 1956-2006.

Sheppard announced more than 4,500 Yankees baseball games over a period of 56 years, including 22 pennant-winning seasons and 13 World Series championships; he called 121 consecutive postseason contests, 62 games in 22 World Series, and six no-hitters, including three perfect games. For more than a half-century he was the voice of Giants football games, encompassing nine conference championships, three NFL championships (1956, 1986, 1990), and the game often called "the greatest ever played", the classic 1958 championship loss to Baltimore.

Even though he lived a very long life, his autograph is not a super common signature.  A few letters have surfaced, but he usually signed them Bob. 

Offered is an 8.5” x 11” signed handwritten letter on Yankees letterhead with nice content. Signed in black ink.

Additional JSA cert card.



Item: 10772

Price: $250.00
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Bob Sheppard Signed letter on Yankees letterhead Yankees PA announcer JSA