Tim Raines National Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Series bat perfect for collecting.
Featuring a rarely seen combination of power and speed, Tim Raines defined the modern leadoff hitter. Raines stole at least 70 bases in each of his first six big league seasons, winning the 1986 NL batting title along the way. With a .385 career on-base percentage, Raines kept the pressure on opponents by succeeding in 84.7 percent of his stolen base attempts – the top figure of any player with at least 400 steals. In each of four seasons from 1983-86, Raines stole at least 70 bases, totaled at least 50 extra-base hits and posted an on-base percentage of .390 or better – exactly half of the eight seasons like that in baseball history. A seven-time All-Star, Raines finished his career with 808 steals, fifth-most all-time. (Biography provided www.baseballhall.org)
• 34 inch baseball bat
• National Baseball Hall of Fame logo
• Engraved and hand colored name, and statistics