About Ray Durham Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Second baseman in the Major League Baseball, Ray Durham is currently playing for the San Francisco Giants. Nicknamed as The Sugarman, Ray Durham was born on November 30, 1971 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Durham is a two-time All-Star and he is among the premier offensive catalysts in all of baseball. In his 12 years of playing the league, he was able to accomplish a batting average 0f .279, with 88 speed runs, 293 2Bs, 62 3Bs, 120 powerful home runs, 539 runs batted in, and 232 stolen bases all in 1,310 career games. He is currently tied for 12th with Brian Downing on the all-time list with 25 powerful leadoff home runs and he also ranked 21 among the active players with 232 blazing stolen bases. Before the 2003 campaign, he had recorded 15 home runs with 100 runs, 20 powerful steals, a blazing .450 slugging percentage, and 65 runs batted in every game of his three seasons. Durham had his best playing year in 2006 where he accomplished a .297 batting average and a powerful .538 slugging percentage in all his 137 games.
He was a fifth round pick of the Chicago White Sox in the year 1990. Durham had played with the San Francisci Giants and also with the Oakland Athletics. It was during the 2002 season when he was traded to Oakland for Jon Adkins. It was on December 2, 2006 when Durham decided to retire from his playing career.
Durham’s items like his signed MLB baseball can be availed at Sportsmemorabilia.com. His name is sometimes misspelled as Rey Dorham, Rey Dureham, Rhey Durrham, Raye Doreham, and Ray Durhamm.