About Washington Nationals Autographed Jerseys
Washington National formed in 2005, was known as Montreal Expos. The professional Baseball team played in the Eastern Division of the National League. Steve Rogers is one among the few players who had played solely for the Montreal Expos. He served the team as a starting Pitcher. Rogers is remembered as the most promising players in Nationals history. Rogers was selected in the National All-Star Team. His pitching had gained fame far and wide. His unusual delivery could easily stumble, even the most skilled player too. Fans like the, 1958 Topps FRANK ROBINSON # 285 (BVG 5.5) HOF.
His career best season was in 1982 when he collected 19 wins ant pitched four shutouts. Rogers had defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, Steve Carlton twice in 1981 Divisional Series. In a career of 13 years Roger posted an amazing score of 158-152 wins and 1621 strike outs. He pitched a total of 129 games and managed to collect 37 shutouts. He was awarded TNS National League Rookie of the Year. In a recent news article, Steve was seen working at the Major League Baseball Players Association. Fans please check out the Steve Rogers Personally Signed Baseball Cards and the 1963 Topps FRANK ROBINSON # 400 (BVG 7) HOF.
Brad Wilkerson was a line drive hitter and a versatile Defensive Player. He was selected in Montreal Expos during the 1998 Major League Baseball Draft. He started his career in Montreal Expos in 2001. He play was consistent. He was awarded the Expos Rookie and Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award. His career best season is considered to be the 2004, when he scored 32 homeruns and 67 RBI. In 2004 he hit the last home run for Montreal. His fans nicked named him as the “Last Expo”. In honor to this outstanding player we bring to you the rare found 1957 Topps FRANK ROBINSON # 35 (BVG 6) HOF RC Rookie