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Lou Boudreau Baseball HOF Stats Bat

National Baseball Hall of Fame™ licensed bat.


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Lou Boudreau Baseball HOF Stats Bat

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



Lou Boudreau Baseball HOF Stats Bat
Louis Boudreau
Inducted to the Hall of Fame in: 1970
Primary team: Cleveland Indians
Primary position: Shortstop

“This is reaching the top. That’s what we all strive for no matter what profession we’re in. I feel that my life is fulfilled now.” — Lou Boudreau on his induction to the Hall of Fame

Lou Boudreau did it all in baseball — he played, managed and broadcast. He was an excellent defensive shortstop and a punchy hitter. After one game in 1938 and 53 games in 1939, Boudreau became the Indians regular shortstop in 1940, hitting .295, driving in 101 runs, and leading the AL in fielding percentage for the first of ten consecutive seasons.

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