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Years ago, I bought a very nice collection of unique Jersey's, Autographed 8x10 photos, and autographed jersey's from a big fan of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Minor League Team Class Advance A Level, California League (South), all from the 2000-2004 era. I found some real gems and split up the group into several cool sales from that unique collection, and includes some of the coolest souvenir jerseys you've ever seen and a few autographed 8x10's.
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This sale is for a fantastic Playoff Game Used jersey worn
by MLB starter Alberto Callaspo while he was in the Angels’ farm system. Callaspo had almost 1000 career MLB hits over
his 10 year MLB career.
The Authentic Jersey Rawlings Size 44 is accompanied by a COA signed by the GM
of the Quakes that year. It is truly
a 1/1 for the advanced collector looking for a high quality authenticated,
PLAYOFF GAME USED Jersey of a future Major Leaguer.
In the 2003 season Callaspo was a rapidly rising star
prospect through the Angels’ system, and was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga
team for the playoffs that season. Here
is a copy of an article referencing Callaspo’s appearance for the Quakes in the
CAL LEAGUE: Angels’ Alberto
Callaspo, Mark Lowe start rehabs
ByPETE Daily Bulletin
April 30, 2013 at 12:00
SAN BERNARDINO – After a day off Monday, the
66ers were greeted back to work on Tuesday by a pair of major leaguers: third
baseman Alberto Callaspo and right-handed reliever Mark Lowe, who were with the
team on rehabilitation assignments.
Tuesday was supposed to be the first of a
three-game rehabilitation stint for Callaspo, who is recovering from a calf
strain. Callaspo was scheduled to play five innings at third Tuesday, seven
today and nine Thursday.
He was flawless in the field in fielding all
three chances perfectly, including starting a double play to end the fourth
At the plate, he was 0 for 2 but deserved
better. In his first at-bat he lined the ball that ricocheted off of pitcher
Luis Cruz and over to first baseman Telvin Nash, who stepped on the bag. In his
second, he his a deep flyball to left-center that was run down by center
fielder Andrew Alplin.
“It felt good,” Callaspo said. “I’m just
trying to play 100 percent. The hard part is mental.”
Callaspo said he mostly was concerned with
how the calf felt going side-to-side while in the field and he said it felt
his first time in the minors since 2008 and the first time in the California
League since he played the 2003 playoffs with the Quakes.
(through 2015 season)Batting average.265Hits941Home runs52Runs batted in369Teams
- Kansas City Royals(2008–2010)
- Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim(2010–2013)
- Oakland Athletics(2013–2014)
- Atlanta Braves(2015)
- Los Angeles Dodgers(2015)
Alberto José Callaspo xoˈse kaˈʎaspo]; born April 19, 1983) is aVenezuelanprofessional baseballinfielderfor theVaqueros Unión Lagunaof theMexican Baseball League. He has played inMajor League Baseball(MLB) for theArizona Diamondbacks,Kansas City Royals,Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim,Oakland Athletics,Atlanta BravesandLos Angeles Dodgers. Callaspo has primarily playedthird baseandsecond baseduring his career.1Career
2Personal life3See also4References5External links
- 1.1Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels
- 1.2Arizona Diamondbacks
- 1.3Kansas City Royals
- 1.4Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
- 1.5Oakland Athletics
- 1.6Atlanta Braves
- 1.7Los Angeles Dodgers
- 1.8Bridgeport Bluefish
- 1.9Vaqueros Unión Laguna
CareerAnaheim/Los Angeles Angels
Callaspo was originally signed by the then-Anaheim Angelsin 2001, playing for the Aguilas Cibaeñas ofDominican Summer League. In 2002, Callaspo batted .338 with 16 doubles, 10 triples, three home runs and 60 RBI in 70 games with the rookie-levelProvo Angels, where he was voted byBaseball Americaas aPioneer LeagueAll-Star and was named to Pioneer League All-Star team.
Callaspo batting for theKansas City Royals in 2009
In 2003, Callaspo led theMidwest Leaguewith a .327 average and 38 doubles with theCedar Rapids Kernels. Callaspo spent 2004 with the Double-AArkansas Travelers, where he was selected for theTexas LeagueAll-Star game. Callaspo split 2005 with the Travelers andTriple-ASalt Lake Stingers. He again made the Texas League All-Star Game and was named to the Texas League Post-Season All-Star Team.
On March 1, 2006, the Angels traded Callaspo to theArizona Diamondbacksin exchange for pitcherJason Bulger.He began 2006 with the Triple-ATucson Sidewinders. He was named the Diamondbacks' Minor League Player of the Year. Callaspo was called up to the Diamondbacks. He also split the 2007 season between Arizona and Tucson.
Kansas City Royals
On December 14, 2007, the Diamondbacks traded Callaspo to theKansas City Royalsin exchange for pitcherBilly Buckner.He split the 2008 season between the big-league club and Triple-AOmaha Royals.
In 2009, Callaspo tied for the major league lead in errors by a second baseman, with 17, and had the lowest fielding percentage of any starting second baseman (.973).
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
On July 22, 2010, Callaspo was traded to theLos Angeles Angels of Anaheimin exchange for pitchersSean O'SullivanandWill Smith.
Callaspo playing for theLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2011
On January 16, 2012, Callaspo signed a one-year deal with the Angels worth $3.15 million, thus avoiding arbitration.On February 5, 2013, the Angels finalized a two-year deal with Callaspo worth $8.975 million.
On July 30, 2013 he was traded to theOakland Athleticsin exchange forGrant Green
On December 9, 2014, Callaspo agreed to a one-year, $3million contract with theAtlanta Braves.
Los Angeles Dodgers
On May 27, 2015, he was traded to theLos Angeles Dodgers(withIan Thomas,Eric StultsandJuan Jaime) in exchange forJuan UribeandChris Withrow.In 59 games for the Dodgers, he hit .262. The Dodgers designated him for assignment on August 19and he was released on August 27.
On March 28, 2017, Callaspo signed with theBridgeport Bluefishof theAtlantic League of Professional Baseball.
Vaqueros Unión Laguna
On May 30, 2017, Callaspo signed with theVaqueros Unión Lagunaof theMexican Baseball League.
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