DUSTY BAKER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 164555
Sale Price $126.00
The hard-hitting outfielder pens his name on this 3½x5½ black and white photograph
Photograph signed: "Dusty Baker". B/w, 3½x5½. Dusty Baker (b. 1949) batted .321 (third in the NL) in 1972, his first full season in the majors. Then, after three straight subpar seasons, he was traded to the Dodgers in November 1975. Another poor season followed, but in 1977 he rebounded (.291, 30 HR, 89 RBI). Baker set a club record against San Diego with five RBI in one inning, hit .357 with a four-game-record eight RBI in the LCS, and batted .292 in the World Series. His two-run homer off Steve Carlton provided the game-winning RBI in the LCS. In three more LCS, he never hit less than .316. In 1981, the muscular left fielder again finished third in batting (.320), won a Gold Glove, and made an outstanding catch in the All-Star Game at Cleveland. A prolonged contract dispute sent him to the Giants on April 1, 1984; that year, he hit .292 without the benefit of spring training. Fine condition.
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