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Harmon Killebrew Baseball HOF Stats Bat



• 34 inch baseball bat
• National Baseball Hall of Fame logo
• Engraved and hand colored name, and statistics

Perfect for collecting the autograph of your favorite Hall of Famer or to display as is.


Harmon Killebrew Baseball HOF Stats Bat

Harmon Clayton Killebrew
Inducted to the Hall of Fame in: 1984
Primary team: Minnesota Twins
Primary position: 1st Baseman

Harmon Killebrew was one of the most feared sluggers of the 1960s.  When he retired in 1975, he had accumulated more home runs than any right-handed batter in American League history.

It was on the high school ball fields of the small mid-western town of Payette Idaho, where Hammerin’ Harmon was discovered by the Senators in 1954.  It was  his tape measure home runs combined with the first five letters of his last name that the nickname “Killer” was born.  Although he was known as “Killer” at the plate, Harmon Killebrew was a gentle and quiet man off the field.

Killebrew was know as one of the finest individuals in the major leagues.  He treated people with respect.