Bobby Wallace (Checklist Back) - 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets

Rhoderick John “Bobby” Wallace (1873-1960) was a pitcher turned infielder in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Wallace began his career as a pitcher with the Cleveland Spiders before he was converted to a shortstop shortly thereafter by the St. Louis Cardinals. Bobby played 25 seasons for the Cleveland Spiders (1894-1898), the St. Louis Cardinals (1899-1901, 1917-1918) and the St. Louis Browns (1902-1916). Bobby Wallace was an accomplished hitter with a career batting average of .268 with 2,309 hits, 1,057 runs scored and 1,121 RBI, but was primarily known for his fielding ability. As a shortstop with the Browns, Wallace led the American League in assists twice and fielding percentage three times and retired with a .925 fielding percentage. Bobby Wallace spent 60 years in baseball; managing, coaching and spending time as an umpire after his playing days were over. The Veterans Committee elected Rhoderick John “Bobby” Wallace to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. 



Condition Census (Explain)

Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 NM 7
2 EX-MT 6
3 EX+ 5.5
4 EX 5 (8)

AUCTION PRICES REALIZED

Date Price Grade Lot # Auction House Auction/Seller Type Cert
05/18/2008 $1,289 5 90 Memory Lane, Inc. Spring Fever Rarities Auction 31267652
05/06/2012 $1,266 5 218 Memory Lane, Inc. HOLY GRAIL AUCTION SPRING 2012 Auction 31848129
11/07/2015 $1,912 5 10670 Heritage Auctions 2015 November 5 - 7 Sports Collectibles Catalog ... Nov 7, 2015 Auction 14679294
10/30/2018 $960 5 409 Robert Edward Auctions 2018 Fall Auction 31632406
11/07/2007 $388 2 198 Goodwin and Co. Auctions Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XV Auction 08218780
11/15/2017 $32 Auth 122803077143 eBay kencope Auction 28288839