About Bob Gibson Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Bob Gibson is a retired MLB player who was a member of the St. Louis Cardinals for his entire 17-season career. Sill a part of the Cardinals organization, Gibson is currently a special instructor coach for the team. In honor of his memorable career, Gibson was enshrined into the Baseball Hall of Fame and his jersey number was retired by the Cardinals. He was able to make 200 strikeouts in 1962. Gibson had a winning percentage of .658 while pitching in the 1963 season to the 1970 season.
In 1964, Gibson received the World Series MVP Award after the Cardinals went on to become champions for that season. He also took the World Series MVP Award in 1967. In 1968, he won the first of his Cy Young Awards and took the second in 1970. Gibson won the Golden Glove Award for nine consecutive years, from 1965 to 1973. In 1969, Gibson was able to throw an immaculate inning, making him the 15th pitcher in the history of the Major League to do so. Gibson received the 1964 Babe Ruth Award.
Our selection of MLB memorabilia allows fans to take home a piece to commemorate baseball legends no matter how sought-after those items might be. You can find autographed autographed MLB gloves, baseballs, bats, MLB jerseys, trading cards and framed photos signed by all of the best All-Stars from yesterday and today, like fellow Cardinals legends, Mark McGwire and Stan Musial.