Hank Greenberg was one of the best players in Detroit Tigers franchise history, winning two MVP awards while bringing the Tigers to two World Series victories. Greenberg was named an All-Star first baseman five times in his career and would have collected more honors had he not served 47 months in military service during World War II. Hank Greenberg was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1956, celebrating his amazing achievements during his illustrious career.
Despite losing four years of his physical prime to World War II, he still put together a 13-year career, all but one season with the Tigers, included 331 home runs with 1,276 RBIs. A .313 hitter, he also drew a high number of walks, contributing to his .412 lifetime on-base percentage. Add to that a slugging average of .605, and his career OPS is an exceptional 1.017, only Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Lou Gehrig, and Jimmie Foxx posted better career numbers. Greenberg made a serious run at Babe Ruth’s single-season home run mark in 1938. His Tigers teams went to four World Series, winning two of them.
Tigers fans greatly appreciate the legacy of Hank Greenberg as one of the best players in history the franchise and they can now find deals on some great autographed collectibles. Greenberg’s signed memorabilia is sure to increase in value over time and will make for amazing additions to any Tigers fans collections. Every piece of autographed Greenberg collectibles come 100% guaranteed authentic and will look great showcased in your home or office.
Collecting Hank Greenberg Memorabilia