Maurice Samuel Vaughn, simply called Mo Vaughn, was born in December 15, 1967 in Norwalk Connecticut. He is a former player in the major league baseball. He played from 1991 to 2003 and he became a three time player in the All Star selection. He also won the MVP award of the American League in 1995. In 1993, he became the center of the Red Sox and in that season, he hit twenty nine home runs and a total of 101 RBI. He made a reputation as one of the most dreaded hitters in the history of the American League after hitting twenty nine home runs and a .300 average. With eleven stolen bases and 126 RBI, he became a very famous player during those times. He also led the Sox to reach the playoffs and these efforts were culminated by his MVP award by the American League.
His best games were played with the Red Sox and in 1996 his records include a batting average of .315 and a total of forty home runs. Though he played well in the 1998 American League Division Series, the Red Sox still lost to the Cleveland Indians. In that game, Vaughn had a couple of home runs and seven runs. During his career, he also played with the Anaheim Angels and with the New York Mets.
Mo Vaughn’s exemplary skill in his trade is best remembered through his autographed baseballs, autographed MLB jerseys, and autographed MLB photos. A good fan of his can update his collection with Vaughn’s signed tickets, signed cards and autographed MLB photomints and coins.