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Grade: 8
Quantity: 1
Last Update: 4/1/2021
Dealer:  (Terms) Trusted Traditions, Inc. (1)
1981 Fleer Harold Baines PSA NM-MT 8 number 346 serial number 02331653. Harold Douglas Baines (March 15, 1959-) was first spotted as a spry 12-year-old by legendary Chicago White Sox owner/GM Bill Veeck and eventually played right field for 22 seasons in the Major Leagues with five different teams, including the White Sox. The Chicago White Sox selected with the Number 1 overall pick of the 1977 MLB June Amateur Draft and he made is Major League debut three years later in 1980. In 1982, Baines broke out as he amassed 165 hits, 25 home runs and 105 RBI beginning a streak as one of the most consistent hitters over the next 20 years. Harold played for the White Sox (1980-1989, 1996-1997, 2000-2001), the Texas Rangers (1989-1990), the Oakland Athletics (1990-1992), the Baltimore Orioles (1993-1995, 1997-1999, 2000) and the Cleveland Indians. Harold won one American League Silver Slugger Award, enjoyed six seasons batting above the .300-mark and earned six All-Star Game selections. Baines posted a .978 fielding percentage with 2,031 putouts, 69 assists, 17 double plays and 47 errors in 2,147 chances. Harold Baines finished his career with a .289 batting average, 2,866 hits including 488 doubles and 384 home runs, 1,299 runs and 1,628 RBI. The beloved White Sox right fielder returned to the Windy City to assist his former team in a coaching capacity. Harold won a World Series ring as a member of the 2005 Chicago White Sox coaching staff. Harold Baines was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019. Enjoy! 33121lc.

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