About Wayne Garrett Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
This amazing player started playing for the Major Baseball League on April 12, 1969. Ronald Wayne Garrett played as a starting third baseman in the year 1972. He also became an occasional second baseman or a shortstop. Born on December 3, 1947 in Brooksville, Florida, Garrett joined the Miracle Mets in the World Series. He also was a starting third baseman for the National League Championship in 1973. In September of 1973, he hit six home runs and added two more home runs in the Series and a smashing leadoff home run in the third game. He stroked out 11 times, tying him with Eddie Matthews in the 1958 World Series.
According to sources, Garrett was a left-handed batter and but threw using his right. He led the Series to the finals by upsetting Bert Campaneris in the ninth inning of the seventh game.
Wayne Garrett’s MLB career lasted from 1969 to 1978, sources say. His last MLB appearance was on September 26, 1978. He became part of the team Montreal Expos together with Del Unser in 1976. He likewise played for St. Louis Cardinals and spent two seasons(1979-1980) in the Chunichi Dragons team in Japan.
His batting average is .239 and made a dashing 61 home runs with RBIs of 340. His brother, Adrian was also an active player of Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, California Angels and Atlanta Braves, reviews say.
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