DARRYL STRAWBERRY - BASEBALL BAT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ROBIN VENTURA, JAY PAYTON, MIKE HAMPTON - HFSID 292733
Sale Price $414.00
DARRYL STRAWBERRY, ROBIN VENTURA, MIKE HAMPTON and JAY PAYTONCooperstown bat, signed on the barrel by all four Baseball Bat signed: "Darryl Strawberry", "Robin Ventura", "Mike Hampton", "Jay Payton". Cooperstown wooden bat, signed in blue felt tip on the barrel. Outer end of the barrel bear removable tape with the players' names inked by an unknown hand. The 1983 Rookie of the Year, New York Mets rightfielder DARRYL STRAWBERRY (b. 1962) was the first NL player to be voted All-Star Game starter in each of his first five full seasons (1984-1988). He was a member of the 1986 World Series-winning Mets, the top vote-getter in All-Star balloting that year and runner up for MVP. 1988. The 8-time All-Star won the Silver Slugger twice (1988, 1990). Drug problems shortened his promising career; Strawberry hit 280 home runs in his first nine seasons, but only 55 in his final eight. ROBIN VENTURA (b. 1967) played 10 seasons at third base for the Chicago White Sox (1989-1998). Moving to the New York Mets, he appeared in the 1999 NLCS and the 2000 World Series, and before retiring after 2004 had also appeared in the postseason for the Yankees and Dodgers. Ventura, a 2-time All-Star, won 6 Gold Gloves at the hot corner. On October 6, 2011, he was named manager of the White Sox for 2012. Left handed pitcher MIKE HAMPTON (b. 1972) spent his first 7 seasons with the Houston Astros, earning The Sporting News Pitcher of the Year honors in 1999 with a 22-4 record. A two-time All-Star, he spent one season with the Mets, starting and losing one game of the 2000World Series against the cross-town Yankees. He spent five more seasons with Colorado, Arizona and Atlanta through 2004. Injuries thwarted subsequent comeback attempts. Rangy center fielderJAY PAYTON (b. 1972) spent his first 4½ Major League seasons with the New York Mets, including the 2000 World Series. In hitter friendly Coors Field, he hit a career-high 28 homers in 2003. A free swinger, Payton rarely walks, which made him an oddity on general manager Billy Beane's Oakland teams of 2005-2006. Fine condition.
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