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Tony Perez Baseball HOF Stats Bat



Tony Perez Baseball HOF Stats Bat

  • 34″ Regulation bat
  • Engraved Hall of Fame logo
  • Engraved Stats with hand painted player name


Tony Perez Baseball HOF Stats Bat

Atanacio Pérez Rigal
Inducted to the Hall of Fame in: 2000
Primary team: Cincinnati Reds
Primary position: 1st Baseman

One of the national pastime’s great run producers, Atanacio “Tony” Pérez Rigal was among the best when it came to driving in big runs for Cincinnati’s “Big Red Machine” clubs of the 1970s.

A native of Cuba, Perez left a job in a Havana sugar cane factory when he signed a minor league contract with the Reds in 1960. By 1967, he had notched the first of seven seasons with 100-or-more RBI as well as earning MVP honors in the 1967 All-Star Game. Along the way Perez compiled nine seasons of at least 20 homers, finishing with a career total of 379. Perez, who played in five World Series, notched three home runs in the 1975 Fall Classic against the Boston Red Sox, including a two-run shot in the Reds’ 4-3 victory in Game 7.