KIRBY PUCKETT - DOCUMENT SIGNED - HFSID 284489
KIRBY PUCKETT He signs a typed letter of agreement (1999) concerning use of his name and photo image in a publication called Great World Series Moments Documentary Letter signed: "Kirby Puckett", 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y., 1999 April 16. On letterhead of PSP Sports Marketing.
Sale Price $488.75
KIRBY PUCKETT He signs a typed letter of agreement (1999) concerning use of his name and photo image in a publication called Great World Series Moments Documentary Letter signed: "Kirby Puckett", 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N.Y., 1999 April 16. On letterhead of PSP Sports Marketing. Puckett signs permission for use of his name and photo image in Thompson's "ON DECK" World Series Moments, a promotional brochure for distribution in retails stores, for a fee of $3,000. The agreement stipulates that Puckett will not be positioned as an endorser of Thompson's, even by having a Thompson's logo or ad on the same or facing page. Kirby Puckett, one of the most popular baseball players of all time, played his entire career (1984-1995) with the Minnesota Twins. His outstanding postseason play led the Twins to their only two World Championships in Minnesota (1987, 1991). An All-Star in ten consecutive seasons (1986-1995), Puckett led the AL in batting average and RBIs one time each and in total hits four times. He collected more hits in his first ten years (2,040) than any player in the 20th century. His career batting average (.318) was the highest for any American League player in the second half of the century. Glaucoma forced Puckett's early retirement from baseball, and he died of a massive stroke on March 6, 2006, at age 45, the second youngest death (after Lou Gehrig) of a player already inducted into the Hall of Fame (2001). 2 horizontal fold creases. Otherwise fine condition.
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