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About Steve Finley Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Steve Finley is before part of the Major League Baseball as an outfielder. Atlanta Braves drafted him but he chose to stay with the Southern Illinois University team. According to sources, he was also a 2-time performer at the All-Missouri Valley Conference in 1986.During an international competition that was held in the Netherlands, he helped Team USA in 1986 to win a bronze medal. By 1987, the Baltimore Orioles was successful in drafting him. Finley is also inducted in the Rochester Red Wings Hall-of-Fame. Autographed footballs from this game are available. One of the major leagues that he played for in January 1991 was the Orioles. He was traded for Glenn Davis. Sources say he placed ninth in stolen bases, third in the league in triples, sixth in hits, and tenth in sacrifice hits. Signed cards and
game-used equipment are now collected by fans as memorabilia. Unfortunately, during spring training, he was diagnosed of having the viral infection Bell's Palsy. Training was slowed down due to numbing of the upper neck nerve thus preventing him to close one of his eyes.
By December 1994, Astros traded him together with Ken Caminiti, Andujar Cedeno, Roberto Petagine and Brian Williams. In 1995, he was a highlighted player in the National League to have accomplished 10 home runs, 100 runs, and 35 stolen bases. During this time there are NFL trading cards and signed tickets made available to fans. During September 1, he had a memorable moment, that was the time when his son Reed was born. Shortly after his visit at the hospital, he went straight to the ballpark and played in San Diego's 6–3 win against the Philadelphia Phillies. He was also heralded as MVP in 1996 at the All-Stars Series. Fans can obtain their autographed NFL photos and footballs of Steve Finley on football memorabilia stores.