Roy White was signed by the New York Yankees out of Centennial High School (Compton, CA) in 1961. He made his MLB debut in 1965 and was their starting left fielder for 15 seasons. He played in the 1969 and 1970 MLB All-Star Games and led the Yankees to back-to-back World Series Championships in 1977 and 1978. Ed Kranepool was one of the first players the Mets ever signed. He just graduated from James Monroe High School (Bronx, New York) when the Mets signed him in 1962. Later that year, he made his MLB debut. Kranepool played 18 seasons with the Mets and watched the team go from laughing stock (105 losses per year 1962-1968) to World Series Champions in 1969. Ed Charles played five seasons with the Kansas City Athletics before a mid-season trade season trade in 1967 sent him to the New York Mets. He led the Mets with 15 homeruns in 1968 and provided several key hits in 1969 to help the Mets win their first World Series Championship.
Independence Township Fire Department
24 Cemetary Road
Great Meadows, NJ 07838
Time: Roy White will be signing autographs from 10:00am - Noon. Kranepool and Charles will be signing from 12:30pm - 2:00pm.
Autograph Prices - Bring Your Own Item
ANY ITEM: $15.00
All Three Players: $40.00
Price and schedule are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit Lights Out Sports for more information.
1969 NEW YORK METS
1978 NEW YORK YANKEES
1977 NEW YORK YANKEES