About Tom Gordon Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Philadelphia Phillies’ right-handed pitcher, Tom Gordon was born in Sebring, Florida on November 18, 1967. Among the teams he had played with were Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros, Chicago White Sox, and the New York Yankees. During his baseball career, he was given the nickname “Flash” due to his excellent speed on his game performances. Also, just earlier than the 2006 season, Gordon signed a three-year contact with the Phillies which was worth $18 million.
Gordon had already been very active in athletics ever since. Aside from the baseball league, he had also ventured various fields including football and basketball starting high school in Avon Park High School.
When he was still a starter in his Major League Baseball career, he already earned the honor as the new member in the All-Star Team in 1998. Gordon’s success continued until he was entitled to a major league track record through his 54th consecutive save on the month of June and being tagged as the newest member of the All-Star Team in the 2006 National League. Gordon had also attracted his audience’s attention with which he was launched as a celebrity in Philadelphia with group of fanatics calling themselves as “Flash’s Followers.” Get a chance to take home Tom Gordon’s cool memorabilia such as his game-used cap, game issued home jersey, pants, and autographed Flash baseball in Sportsmemorabilia.com.