Baseball Hall of Fame 2010 Induction Limited Edition Full Size 34" Replica Signature Bat

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The ultimate Induction collectible, this limited edition collectible bat from Louisville Slugger features the engraved replica signatures of the 2010 Induction Class and the Hall of Fame logo in gold fill with a rich mahogany finish. Available in a limited edition of 1,000 bats. Full-size hardwood bat measures 34" in length The Hall of Fame logo and replica signatures of the 2010 inductees are engraved in each bat with a gold fill.  The 2010 Induction Class consists of Andre Dawson, Doug Harvey and Whitey Herzog.

  • Each bat is finished with a rich mahogany stain and protective clear coat 
  • Limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered bats
  • Made in the USA 
  • Baseball Hall of Fame exclusive Item
Player Biography

Andre Dawson was a supremely talented five-tool ballplayer, among the best in the game at bat, on the bases and in the field. The 1977 NL Rookie of the Year earned eight All-Star Game berths, eight Gold Glove awards and four Silver Slugger awards in his 21 years with the Expos, Cubs, Red Sox and Marlins. With Chicago in 1987, “The Hawk” became the first player on a last-place club to win the league’s MVP Award. Dawson retired with 438 home runs and 314 stolen bases, just the second player – following Willie Mays – to total more than 400 homers and 300 steals.

A methodical, authoritative umpire in the National League for more than three decades, Doug Harvey became so revered that players, managers and even fellow umpires dubbed him “god.” Harvey joined the Senior Circuit’s umpiring crew in 1962, the last umpire hired in the big leagues who did not attend umpire school. Working 4,673 games over 31 years – including 18 seasons as a crew chief – Harvey often drew assignments to the game’s biggest events, including six All-Star Games, nine National League Championship Series and five World Series.

A lifetime in baseball helped manager Whitey Herzog adapt his clubs to the modern game played on artificial turf, resulting in consistent success. After brief managerial posts in Texas and California, his Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals of the 1970s and ’80s played “Whitey Ball,” focusing on aggressive base running, sparkling defense and a strong bullpen. Herzog won three division titles in five years with Kansas City, and a trio of pennants and the 1982 World Series with the Cardinals. Managing for 18 big league seasons, Herzog retired with a record of 1,281-1,125.

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The ultimate Induction collectible, this limited edition collectible bat from Louisville Slugger features the engraved replica signatures of the 2010 Induction Class and the Hall of Fame logo in gold fill with a rich mahogany finish. Available in a limited edition of 1,000 bats. Full-size hardwood bat measures 34" in length The Hall of Fame logo and replica signatures of the 2010 inductees are engraved in each bat with a gold fill.  The 2010 Induction Class consists of Andre Dawson, Doug Harvey and Whitey Herzog.

  • Each bat is finished with a rich mahogany stain and protective clear coat 
  • Limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered bats
  • Made in the USA 
  • Baseball Hall of Fame exclusive Item
Player Biography

Andre Dawson was a supremely talented five-tool ballplayer, among the best in the game at bat, on the bases and in the field. The 1977 NL Rookie of the Year earned eight All-Star Game berths, eight Gold Glove awards and four Silver Slugger awards in his 21 years with the Expos, Cubs, Red Sox and Marlins. With Chicago in 1987, “The Hawk” became the first player on a last-place club to win the league’s MVP Award. Dawson retired with 438 home runs and 314 stolen bases, just the second player – following Willie Mays – to total more than 400 homers and 300 steals.

A methodical, authoritative umpire in the National League for more than three decades, Doug Harvey became so revered that players, managers and even fellow umpires dubbed him “god.” Harvey joined the Senior Circuit’s umpiring crew in 1962, the last umpire hired in the big leagues who did not attend umpire school. Working 4,673 games over 31 years – including 18 seasons as a crew chief – Harvey often drew assignments to the game’s biggest events, including six All-Star Games, nine National League Championship Series and five World Series.

A lifetime in baseball helped manager Whitey Herzog adapt his clubs to the modern game played on artificial turf, resulting in consistent success. After brief managerial posts in Texas and California, his Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals of the 1970s and ’80s played “Whitey Ball,” focusing on aggressive base running, sparkling defense and a strong bullpen. Herzog won three division titles in five years with Kansas City, and a trio of pennants and the 1982 World Series with the Cardinals. Managing for 18 big league seasons, Herzog retired with a record of 1,281-1,125.

Men's Jerseys

JERSEY SIZE 40 44 48 52 56 60
Size Equivalent S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
Chest 34 - 36" 38 - 40" 42 - 44" 46 - 48" 50 - 52" 54 - 56" 58 - 60"
Waist 28 - 30" 32 - 34" 36 - 38" 40 - 42" 44 - 46" 48 - 50" 52 - 54"
Hip 34 - 36" 38 - 40" 42 - 44" 46 - 48" 50 - 52" 54 - 56" 58 - 60"