New York Yankees Derek Jeter Opening Day At New Yankee Stadium
This 6-inch scale
plastic action figure commemorates Jeter's salute to fans at the final game played at Yankee Stadium on September 21, 2008.
Ball cap replaces batter's helmet from limited-edition Jeter Fan Fest figure. Base includes stairs, railing and netting.
- Salute the Yankee captain!
- Celebrate the opening of the new Yankee Stadium!
- A must have for any Yankee fan!
New York Yankees M&M Boys - Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris
Mantle and Maris… what an incredibly powerful one-two punch! Pay
tribute to these legendary Yankees with this great-looking 2-pack. Before McGwire, Sosa, or Bonds, there was Roger Maris.
In 1961, underappreciated and unheralded by even his hometown Yankee fans, Maris surpassed Babe Ruth as the single-season
homerun record holder with 61 home runs. Amazingly, Mickey Mantle hit 54 dingers that same year! Number 7, "The Mick," was
and still is a pinstripe legend, beloved by Yankee fans the world over. He was a switch-hitter, 3-time AL MVP, won the AL
Triple Crown in 1956, a Gold Glove winner, and a 16-time AL All-Star! Give these two terrific ballplayers a place of honor
in your home. They earned it!
Texas Rangers Nolan Ryan
At age 40, Nolan Ryan was still
throwing heaters over 100 MPH. The all-time Major League strikeout leader played a record 27 seasons in the big leagues. Ryan
has thrown ML record 7 no-hitters, that probably will never be surpassed. Bring the heat and the legend to your collection
as he stands 6-inches tall and made of plastic.
- Bring the heat!
- All-time strikeout king!
- The Ryan Express!
Oakland Athletics Rollie Fingers
The most famous with a handlebar moustache! One of the greatest relief pitchers.
Need a save? Known now for his handlebar moustache amongst younger baseball fans, Rollie Fingers was a true pioneer for relieft
pitchers in the late 60s. Groomed in the minors to be a relief pitcher, Fingers was called up to the A's in 1968 and went
on to have a Hall of Fame career and was the all-time saves leader before being passed by Jeff Reardon in 1992. This 6-inch
tall action figure of Rollie Fingers features him in his Oakland A's gear from the 70's.
Kansas City Royals George Brett
No pine tar included! One of the greatest hitters
in history! Sweet swing! George Brett led Kansas
City to their last World Series victory in 1985 and is probably still the face of the franchise after retiring in 1993. This
13 time all-star was known for his sweet swing and his knack for getting basehits. Take home this legend today as he stands
6-inches tall in his Royals gear.