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Willie Randolph is most often associated with the Yankees, with whom he won two World Series titles in the late '70s. But the second baseman spent two seasons on the opposite coast, playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1989 and 1990. The former year is when he batted .282 and wore this road gray jersey, which features his red number 12 below the classic Dodgers script logo. The back reads RANDOLPH 12. The collar tag is a Rawlings 42 with a smaller tag reading SET 1 1989. The top shows good use, with dirt stains on the shoulders. The bat is from Randolph's 1985 season with the Yankees, during which he batted .276. The 33", 31-oz Rawlings Adirondack model bat features his number 30 in white marker on the handle and shows excellent use.
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November 2010 Catalog