About Mel Stottlemyre Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A former pitcher and pitching coach in Major League Baseball, Mel Stottlemyre was born in Hazleton, Missouri on November 13, 1941. While being in the cover of The Sporting News, he went 9-3 to help the Yankees to their fifth consecutive pennant in the midseason in 1964. For three times in a seven-game Series Stottlemyre faced the future Hall of Farmer Bob Gibson. The 1964 Series marked the Yankees’ 29th pennant all in 44 seasons.
In the Seattle Mariners he re-emerged in baseball as a roving instructor in 1977. Including the 1986 World Series championship team, after five seasons he would be eventually is hired by the New York Mets as the pitching coach for ten years leading to the recognition of Mel Stottlemyre 2004 game-issued home jersey. He joined the Yankees coaching staff in 1996 along with the incoming manager Joe Torre. From 1996 to 2005, under Stottlemyre the Yankee team had averaged an ERA of 4.23. He was credited for working with soft-throwing and breaking ball pitchers all through his nine-year coaching career.
He was the pitcher and the pitching coach for the New York Yankees, Houston Astros and New York Mets. Starting in 1984, he was among the anchors of the Mets for the Davey Johnson era. He resigned his coaching position on October 12, 2005 after compiling 10 seasons and four World Series victories. Thus, it made the Mel Stottlemyre 2004 game-issued home jersey a valuable item to collect by his fans. Take hold of his cool memorabilia just like the signed jersey, game used caps, baseball and the Mel Stottlemyre 2004 game-issued home jersey.