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Davey Lopes Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: May 03, 1945 in East Providence, Rhode Island
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Born on May 3, 1945, David Earl Lopes, more commonly known as Davey Lopes, is a distinguished figure in American professional baseball. Hailing from East Providence, Rhode Island, Lopes excelled in a career that spanned multiple decades, highlighted by his contributions as a player, coach, and manager.

In 1972, Lopes began his 16-season-long Major League Baseball (MLB) career with the Los Angeles Dodgers, where he spent a decade. A second baseman, he was renowned for his skill in stealing bases, securing his place four times in the annual All-Star Game. He set a then MLB record with 38 consecutive stolen bases in 1975 and led the National League in steals in 1975 and 1976. His exceptional play was a vital component of the Dodgers' success during this period, including their victory in the 1981 World Series. Following his tenure with the Dodgers, Lopes spent seasons with the Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, and Houston Astros before retiring as a player in 1987. He ended his playing career with a .263 batting average, 155 home runs, 614 RBI, and 557 stolen bases.

Transitioning into a coaching role, Lopes was appointed manager of the Milwaukee Brewers in 2000, holding the position for two years. He later served as a first base coach for several teams, most notably the Philadelphia Phillies, where he contributed to their 2008 World Series win.
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