• Mike Schmidt Memorabilia

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About Mike Schmidt Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles

Former member of the Philadelphia Phillies, Mike Schmidt is widely recognized as one of the greatest third basemen ever to play in the MLB. An absolute stud coming out of Ohio University, Schmidt joined the Phillies to record an outstanding 18 year MLB career, in which he led the National League in home runs eight times and RBIs four times. The outstanding power hitter and amazing defensive player earned 12 All-Star selections and won the NL Most Valuable Player award three times, in addition to leading the Phillies to win the 1980 World Series.

As a Baseball Hall of Fame legend that compiled an amazing 548 home runs and 1,595 RBIs during his unforgettable MLB career, authentic Mike Schmidt memorabilia is a must-have for all Phillies fans and makes a smart addition to any sports collection. Show your Phillies pride and celebrate the Philadelphia baseball megastar with a Mike Schmidt autographed baseball. Autographed Mike Schmidt photos also allow baseball fans to relive some of the most amazing moments from throughout his career or find the perfect dedication to this Hall of Famer in the variety of signed Mike Schmidt jerseys to display anywhere with Phillies pride. Remembered for his dominance at the plate and the infield, sports memorabilia with a rare Mike Schmidt is highly sought after by fans and collectors.

Ranked among the top MLB players of all-time, autographed Mike Schmidt collectibles bring serious value to any baseball collection and make for the perfect sports gift to any Phillies fan. As a member of the 1990 World Champion Phillies, Schmidt was a key player on a star studded roster that should also be featured in all Philadelphia Phillies collections. Add value to your Phillies collection by shopping other valuable baseball memorabilia for autographs from fellow Philadelphia icons, such as Steve Carlton and Jim Thome.