What is the value of 1977 Cincinnati Reds team ball with 27 total signatures including Pete Rose and 4 Hall of Famers Sparky Anderson Tom Seaver Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench?
The "Big Red Machine" . A 1977 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball with the key signatures: Anderson, Rose, Bench, Concepcion, Morgan, Foster, Griffey, and Seaver is worth… about $300.-$450.. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.. In two recent auctions; a 1975 World Champions, Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball sold for $1,667. and $2,954. World Championship team baseballs typically sell for more money. The "Big Red Machine" of the 1970s will always sell at a higher price as well. the 1977 team is right at the edge of this era ending about 1978. With many of the key players of the "Machine" still on this ball I'm sure the price of the 1977 Reds will rise. In fact I think Perez is the only key signature of the "Machine" missing. Collectors that can't handle the high price of the most sought after 1975 baseball will start spending money on the lesser priced baseballs surrounding 1975 driving the price up.. It won't take long for the prices to go up, if it hasn't happened already. If the Reds put together a couple of winning years, or win a championship this process will quicken as it will rekindle interest in the older baseballs. The price stated above could double in no time.. You may find prices for team signed baseballs on my website. The team signed baseball price guide includes a list of key players as well as links to full team rosters year by year. I will provide a link on this page for your convenience. Prices will be updated as auction results dictate so check back soon. (MORE)