What is a Lou Piniella baseball card worth?

What is a Lou Piniella baseball card worth?

Lou Piniella Baseball Trading Card Values

1968 O-Pee-Chee #16 Lou Piniella
1984 O-Pee-Chee #351 Lou Piniella $0.34
1984 Topps #408 Lou Piniella $0.23
1984 Topps Nestle #408 Lou Piniella $0.41
1984 Topps Tiffany #408 Lou Piniella $0.40

Where is Lou Piniella now?

Last month, it was announced the 76-year-old Piniella will be a part-time analyst for the Chicago Cubs’ new cable network, Marquee Sports Network.

Is Lou Piniella married?

Anita Piniella
Lou Piniella/Spouse

Is Lou Piniella sick?

Report: Piniella suffered minor stroke Cincinnati Reds senior advisor and former manager Lou Piniella is recovering from a minor stroke he suffered recently, according to a report Wednesday via Twitter from Bob Klapisch, a sportswriter who has worked for The Bergen Record, USA Today and The New York Post, among others.

Why did Lou Piniella leave Seattle?

“It’s just too far to be in Seattle. It’s a burden on me, on my family. It’s just too far from home.” Piniella has parents, who have been ailing in recent years, and grandchildren in the Tampa area.

What is the best batting record?

Ty Cobb holds the record for highest career batting average with .366, eight points higher than Rogers Hornsby who has the second-highest career average at .358.

What kind of stats does Lou Piniella have?

His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Lou Piniella baseball stats page.

How old was Lou Piniella when he joined the Orioles?

Lou Piniella was born on Saturday, August 28, 1943, in Tampa, Florida. Piniella was 21 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 4, 1964, with the Baltimore Orioles.

When did Lou Piniella manage the New York Yankees?

After hanging up his playing cleats, Lou Piniella managed the New York Yankees (1986-1988), Cincinnati Reds (1990-1992), Seattle Mariners (1993-2002), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2003-2005), and Chicago Cubs (2007-2010), winning 1,835 games while at the helm, 14th most in baseball history (12 of the 13 ahead of Piniella are in the Hall of Fame).

When was Lou Piniella drafted to the Washington Senators?

June 9, 1962: Signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent. November 26, 1962: Drafted by the Washington Senators from the Cleveland Indians in the 1962 first-year draft. August 4, 1964: the Washington Senators sent Lou Piniella to the Baltimore Orioles to complete an earlier deal made on March 31, 1964.

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