A six-time All-star player and seven time home run champion in the National League, Ralph Kiner was known as a left field player with a great slugging ability. Between 1946 and 1954, Kiner was leading his equals in the National League. He debuted in the league on April 1946 when he first played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He ended his first season with 23 home runs but was struck-out 109 times. With the help of Hank Greenberg, who is currently a Hall-of Famer, Kiner was able to improve his batting skills. Own one of the many items that Sportsmemorabilia.com offers to avid fans like you like Ralph Kiner Autographed Jerseys. It’s a fun way of bragging that you follow him.
It is known then that most of Kiner’s home run at the Forbes Field where at the left field portion. Though initially was built for Greenberg, it was renamed as Kiner’s Korner and that name was used by Kiner as the name of his show during his broadcasting years. As Kiner’s fan, insert the Pittsburgh Pirates Framed Photos, Plaques, and Collages among your assortments of collectibles as they were the team that witnessed firsthand Kiner’s exploits.
Kiner was also the NL RBI Champion in 1949. He had a career statistics of 369 home runs, had 1,105 runs batted in and he had a batting average of .279. Kiner was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975 and his jersey number 4 was retired by the Pirates in 1987. Acquire all of Kiner’s memorabilia no including Ralph Kiner Autographed Bats today.