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A very good player for seven years with the Angels, Jim Edmonds became a sensational player after he began to call Busch Stadium home in 2000. One of the most consistent all-around weapons in the game, the guy once known almost exclusively for his acrobatic catches in centerfield is also now a potent threat at the plate, clearing 40 homers twice (he had 39 another season) and 100 RBIs three times as a Redbird (but for injuries this year, it would have been four). Edmonds’ locker is being offered here, making for a rare chance to own a piece of a big league clubhouse. The entire locker chassis (91” tall, 31.5” wide) is included, wood mainframe and interior shelves, including a compartment on the top shelf left. Locker will come empty but is signed in black Sharpie on the door of the lock box. The nameplate that hung above the locker will be attached to the top frame. Condition of the locker is EX with understandable nicks and dents. Also included will be the chair used by Edmonds, which is also EX with battle scars, 32” tall and 27” wide with a red metallic frame and a white cushion with a “Cardinals” logo. (Estimate $2,000 - $3,000)
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