Don Sutton was an amazing starting pitcher in the MLB that is most known for his time spent in Los Angeles with the Dodgers. Sutton made his MLB debut in 1966 at the age of 21 years old and remained in the Dodgers starting rotation all year pitching to a 2.99 ERA. Sutton’s first of four All-Star seasons came in 1972 when he pitched to a sparkling 2.08 ERA and had a record of 19-9. Between 1972 and 1977, Sutton had all four of his All-Star campaigns and pitched to a record of 107-61.
In 1980, Don Sutton’s 2.20 ERA led the league and he pitched to the best winning percentage in any full season of his career going 13-5 (.722). This was Sutton’s last season in Los Angeles as he left in free agency prior to the 1981 season. Sutton spent 16 seasons with the Dodgers and won 233 games. Throughout the rest of his career, Sutton spent time with the Astros, Brewers, Athletics, Angels and another stint with L.A. to finish his career as a member of the Dodgers. Sutton won 324 games across his 23-year MLB career and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998.
Dodgers fans greatly appreciate the legacy of Don Sutton as one of the better pitchers in the history of the franchise and they can now find deals on some great autographed collectibles. Sutton’s signed memorabilia is sure to increase in value over time and will make for amazing additions to any Dodgers fans collections. Every piece of autographed Sutton collectibles come 100% guaranteed authentic and will look great showcased in your home or office.
Collecting Don Sutton Memorabilia