Barry Larkin National Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Series bat perfect for collecting.
Cincinnati native Barry Larkin was a premier five-tool shortstop for almost two decades, all with the Reds, including seven years as captain. The 12-time All-Star’s outstanding range and arm made him a top defender, while he earned nine Silver Slugger awards with his hitting. Larkin batted .353 in the 1990 World Series as his Reds swept the heavily-favored Athletics. In 1995, he hit .319 with 51 stolen bases and was voted NL MVP. The following season, Larkin combined power and speed, becoming the first shortstop to top 30 homers and 30 stolen bases in the same year. (Biography provided www.baseballhall.org)
• 34 inch baseball bat
• National Baseball Hall of Fame logo
• Engraved and hand colored name, and statistics