UMPS CARE AUCTION: Tim and Bill Welke Signed Baseball
- Winning Bid: $130.00
Name Date Bid T*****nWINNING Jun 6, 2022 09:45:21 PM EDT $130.00 T*****n Jun 6, 2022 07:37:41 PM EDT $130.00 B****7 Jun 6, 2022 07:47:10 PM EDT $120.00 u***********1 Jun 6, 2022 06:35:13 PM EDT $100.00 T*****n Jun 6, 2022 07:37:18 PM EDT $100.00 T*****n May 27, 2022 09:38:58 AM EDT $80.00 C*********3 May 26, 2022 10:46:49 PM EDT $50.00
It's tough enough to reach the pinnacle of the profession and become a Major League Baseball umpire, but can you imagine looking around when you get there and seeing your brother alongside you? Talk about a talented family! Tim and Bill Welke know how that feels. Tim was first up, joining the bigs in 1983, while younger brother Bill debuted in 1999. You're bidding on a baseball signed by the brothers in blue, a great addition to any umpire collection or just a cool, unique keepsake. This item is not authenticated by Major League Baseball. UMPS CARE Charities will provide a certificate of authenticity for the winning bidder.
Generously Donated By: Tim and Bill Welke
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