Former right fielder and designated hitter in Major League Basketball, Harold Baines
that exclusively signed the Harold Baines signed 2005 World Series baseball was born on March 15, 1959 in Easton. During the American League, Baines played the American League from 1980 to 2001 and he is famous for his unusual three stints with the Chicago White Sox. Recently, Baines is coaching for the White Sox.
White Sox picked Baines for the amateur draft. He was still 12 years of age when Bill Veeck, the owner of the White Sox at the time, specked on Baines playing Little League ball a lot of years before. Baines had been suffering from a knee problem in 1986, which results, to his slow end of his career and the reason why Baines became was appointed to be a regular hitter. But the incident didn’t block Baines down. He still remained as powerful hitter as he is and he had even picked up 166 hits in his 1988 and made the Harold Baines signed 2005 World Series baseball a valuable item.
Baines ended his career with powerful 2,966 hits, 384 home runs and 1,628 RBIs. He still hasn’t renewed his contract following the 2001 season with the White Sox. Baines fourth time with the Chicago White Sox started when he was named bench coach in March 2004, and according to The Commish Online, a baseball website, he has been or became such a soft-spoken hero that people in Chicago have even named their pets after him.