About Travis Fryman Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Travis Fryman is a retired professional baseball player and became active in the MLB from 1990 to 2002. His passion for the sport started when he attended high school in Tate High School in Florida. The right-handed player was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 1990. He was able to appear in his debut MLB game in July of that year. In 1992, he won the Silver Slugger award.
During the Arizona Diamondbacks expansion in 1997, he was traded by the Tigers to the Diamondbacks. However, he would not stay long with the Diamondbacks; he was traded to the Cleveland Indians two weeks after together with Tom Martin.
Although he was able to make it to four All-Star selections while he was playing for the Tigers (in 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996) and only once while playing for the Indians (in 2000), it was with the Indians when he would win his Gold Glove award. In 2000, he posted a batting average of .321, slugging percentage of .516, on base percentage of .392 and only 8 field errors. All of those stats got him the prestigious award.
An injury forced Fryman to retire in 2002. There are talks that he might be named the Cleveland Indians new manager.
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