About Sandy Alomar Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Santos Alomar Velasquez, known to the English community as Sandy Alomar
was born in Salinas, Puerto Rico on June 18, 1966. He plays as catcher for the Major League Baseball.
Alomar who has the Sandy Alomar autographed Indians Home jersey as a cool remembrance to his fans was awarded Minor League Player of the Year when he played as catcher for the San Diego organization in 1989. However, he fell behind Benito Santiago when he entered in the Major League. After he was traded to the Cleveland Indians prior to the 1990 season, he easily made himself a mark in the industry as he became the first rookie catcher to join the All-Star game and gaining the award for Rookie of the Year and getting a Gold Glove Award. But due to several injuries, Alomar’s performance started to deteriorate and was not able to make most of his potential for many seasons. He made good come back in 1996 and made it to his fourth All-Star game.
In 1997, Alomar made more record in his baseball career as he batted .324 and was awarded Most Valuable Player in the All-Star game which makes the Sandy Alomar autographed Indians Home jersey a real treasure to numerous fans. With this outstanding stunt, he became one ingredient in Cleveland’s three straight postseason appearances. During the Division Series, in a game versus the New York Yankees, Alomar was able to make a .316 batting average and two home runs. After playing for the Clevelands, he then served the Chicago White Sox, Colorado Rockies, Texas Rangers, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.