About Ralph Kiner Autographed Jerseys
One of the best sluggers to play in Major League Baseball, Ralph Kiner is a currently a broadcaster and analyst for the New York Mets and he is on his 51st year on this practice. During his playing days, Kiner was feared as a slugger he outperformed most batters and was only slowed down due to injuries. Kiner has a career batting average of .279 and 1, 105 runs batted in. He debuted in MLB in 1946 when he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. By the next year with the help of Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg, Kiner improved his home run record from 23 to 51 with less than 100 strike-outs. Sportsmemorablia.com offers a vast array of Ralph Kiner tokens like Ralph Kiner Autographed Baseballs. These are perfect reminder of Kiner’s great history.
Equally impressive are the six All-Star games that Kiner was a part of including 7 distinctions as National League Home Run Champion awards all in consecutive years from 1946 until 1052. Most of his achievements are with the Pirates so it but natural to include Pittsburgh Pirates Game Used items as part of your extensive assortment. Each item is authentic and guaranteed to last as it will increase its worth.
Ralph Kiner was traded to the Chicago Cubs in 1953; he retired in 1954 while playing for the Cleveland Indians. He started his broadcasting career in 1961 with the Chicago White Sox and in 1962 with the expansion of the New York Mets, Kiner started broadcasting for the team. He was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975. Add Ralph Kiner Autographed Bats as part of your collection today.