Joe Rudi Player Agreement Topps Baseball Card Signed Player Contract signed by Joe Rudi. Direct from Topps' legendary Vault, this item features an original Topps baseball card contract. Contract is signed and dated by the player, as well as an official representative of the Topps Co. Contract measures 8 1/2" X 11" in size and is dated 6/13/1966. This also comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from The Topps Vault.
Joe Rudi is best remembered for his amazing catch in the 1972 World Series and his part in a scheme by Charlie Finley to sweep his stars out of Oakland. Rudi was an All-Star and a fine ballplayer who hit 179 homers and won three Gold Gloves in a 16-year career. He played for the Kansas City A's (1967), Oakland A's (1968-1976, 1982), California Angels (1977-1980), and Boston Red Sox (1981) Post-Season 1971 ALCS, 1972 ALCS, 1972 World Series, 1973 ALCS, 1973 World Series, 1974 ALCS, 1974 World Series, 1975 ALCS Ultimate Games (4-0) 1972 ALCS Game Five, 1972 World Series Game Seven, 1973 ALCS Game Five, 1973 World Series, Game Seven Honors All-Star (3): 1972, 1974-1975; Gold Glove (3): 1974-1976