ROGER CRAIG - HAT SIGNED - HFSID 277300
Sale Price $360.00
The master of the split-fingered fastball signs a Tigers cap.
Baseball Cap signed: "Roger Craig". MLB-licensed New Era Pro Model baseball cap, size 73/8 baseball cap, signed in silver ink on the bill. Detroit Tigers cap, black with white Gothic-style letter "D". Number "38" written with a different pen on bottom of bill. In 1986, "Sports Illustrated" called Roger Craig "the acknowledged maestro of the split-fingered fastball." In 1985, he taught the split-finger to the Astros' Mike Scott, who won the 1986 Cy Young award. Craig had previously managed the 1978-79 Padres and served as a scout and pitching coach, notably in Detroit, where he taught Jack Morris the split-finger. As a manager, Craig was noted for one-run tactics and for calling lots of pitchouts. He won the NL West title in 1987 and the NL pennant in 1989. During his earlier years, he pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers, LA Dodgers, NY Mets and St. Louis Cardinals. Very light wear. Overall, fine condition.
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