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About Ken Reitz Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Ken Reitz is a former professional baseball player who hails from San Francisco, California. He became part of a few Major League Baseball teams which he joined in 1972 after being chosen by the St. Louis Cardinals in the Major League Baseball amateur draft. He was given the nickname “Zamboni” for his scooping skills. He played as the third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals and established a National League record for most number of fielding percentage in the 1974 season. He bagged a Golden Glove award the next year and broke Doug Rader’s consecutive wins of the said award. He also set record in the National League for having least number of errors with nine. According to reviews, although he was not a speedy hitter, he had great determination to improve his plays. In his first season in the Major League Baseball, he made .235 batting average and logged 42 RBIs in 1973. His career-best number of home runs was 17 which he achieved in 1977 and had a career record of 68 home runs. He also logged 548 RBIs and has appeared in 1, 344 games his entire career in the Major League Baseball.
Use MLB autographed art and MLB original art and prints to decorate your sports room to remind you of Ken Reitz great plays in the league. You can also use autographed MLB bats and autographed MLB gloves to design your room, or have framed MLB photos, plaques and collages and MLB photomints and coins.