THE NEW YORK YANKEES - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DAVE WINFIELD, DON MATTINGLY, RICKEY HENDERSON - HFSID 299244
NEW YORK YANKEES: DAVE WINFIELD, DON MATTINGLY and RICKEY HENDERSON Shown standing together in full view, wearing Yankees tee-shirts and pinstripe pants. Photograph signed: "Rickey Henderson", "Dave Winfield" and "Don Mattingly", Color 8x10.
Sale Price $288.00
NEW YORK YANKEES: DAVE WINFIELD, DON MATTINGLY and RICKEY HENDERSON
Shown standing together in full view, wearing Yankees tee-shirts and pinstripe pants.
Photograph signed: "Rickey Henderson", "Dave Winfield" and "Don Mattingly", Color 8x10. DAVE WINFIELD amassed 3,110 hits, 465 home runs and 1,833 RBIs, putting him in a class with the great modern sluggers. In 1986 he became the first Yankee since Joe DiMaggio to drive in over 100 runs in five consecutive seasons. Winfield was voted an All-Star from 1977-1988, and he led the League in RBIs in 1979. He also played for the San Diego Padres, California Angels, Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians. The recipient of seven Gold Glove Awards, he was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001, his first year of eligibility. In a remarkable 25 year career with seven teams in both leagues, RICKEY HENDERSON (b. 1958) stole a record 1406 bases, shattering Lou Brock's record of 938. His 130 stolen bases in 1982 broke Brock's single-season record of 118. With 2,295 runs, Henderson also broke Ty Cobb's record of 2,245 runs scored. The greatest leadoff hitter in baseball history (81 home runs) and a member of the 3,000 hit club (3,055). In 2009 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. First baseman DON MATTINGLY played his entire Major League career (1982-1995) with the New York Yankees, and donned the pinstripes again as hitting coach (2003) and then bench coach (2006). The Yankees reportedly have him in mind as a future manager. A 6-time All-Star (1984-1989) and 9-time Gold Glove, Mattingly captured the AL batting title in 1984, hitting .343, the first Yankee since Lou Gehrig to hit over .340. He was American League MVP in 1985. The following year he set all-time Yankee marks for hits (238) and doubles (53) in a season. Back injuries plagued Mattingly in the 1990s, derailing what had previously looked like a Hall of Fame career. Nevertheless, he is probably the greatest Yankee never to appear in a World Series. Immensely popular with Yankee fans, Mattingly has a plaque in Yankee Stadium's Monument Park. It reads, "A humble man of grace and dignity, a captain who led by example, proud of the pinstripe tradition and dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, a Yankee forever." In 2011, he became manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Fine condition.
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