Spikes, Charlie

We are collecting all sports trading cards, memorabilia and any photographs of Charlie Spikes. He is a graduate of Central Memorial High School in Bogalusa, LA. He was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 1st round (11th pick) of the 1969 amateur draft. He played outfield for the Yankees in their minor league system from 1969-1972 when he was called up to the MLB level and played in 14 games. On November 27, 1972, he was traded by the New York Yankees with John Ellis, Jerry Kenney and Rusty Torres to the Cleveland Indians for Jerry Moses and Graig Nettles. He played for the Indians from 1973-1977. On December 9, 1977, he was traded by the Cleveland Indians to the Detroit Tigers for Tom Veryzer. He played for the Tigers and their AAA affiliate in 1978 until September 25, 1978, when he was released. On April 5, 1979, he signed as a Free Agent with the Atlanta Braves and played with the Braves till October 24, 1980. when he was granted Free Agency. He finished his career with the 1981 Chunichi Dragons in the Japan Central League. He played his college ball at Grambling State University.

To see our Charlie Spikes want list, visit this link to it on The Trading Card Database. This is a free website. The Trading Card Database is an archive of trading cards and all things trading card related. It is maintained via crowd-sourcing whereby visitors like yourself pitch in to add items with the goal of having a shared resource that not only preserves the hobby and its history, but also benefits collectors across the globe. The database is fully searchable by year, card manufacturer, player/character name, or team and is growing by the hour. You can add items to the site or use the database to track your personal collection by registering.

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