Ted Simmons Hall of Fame Vintage Distressed Wood 17 inch Legacy Home Plate - Ltd Ed of 102

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The Ted Simmons Hall of Fame Legacy Home Plate by Barnwood Sports measures 17 inches across like an official MLB home plate, with Jeter’s name and number, along with the Baseball Hall of Fame logo hand-painted as well. Made from distressed wood, this product weighs roughly 6 lbs and has a semi-gloss finish that works well for autographs. The backing is Grade A 1/2” birch, which is sanded and stained to give the piece a finished feel. Hangers are included for wall hanging. Proudly crafted by hand in the USA by Barnwood Sports. Signed and individually numbered by the artist. Limited edition of 102 pieces.

  • Signed and hand numbered - Limited edition of 102
  • Measures 17 inches across, same as a MLB home plate and 1.25 inches deep
  • Weighs approx 6 lbs
  • Features hand painted Hall of Fame logo
  • Hand made from distressed wood, no two are the same
  • Created by Tim Kuncis at Barnwood Sports Design
  • Includes hanging brackets
  • Made in the USA
  • Baseball Hall of Fame Exclusive Item
  • MANUFACTURER DIRECT ITEM - NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXPEDITED SHIPPING
  • Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery
Player Biography

Ted Simmons played for 21 seasons for the Cardinals, Brewers and Braves, totaling a .285 batting average, 2,472 hits, 483 doubles, 248 home runs and 1,389 RBI. n eight-time All-Star, he garnered MVP votes seven times in his career and finished among his league’s top 10 players in batting average six times. His 193 hits in 1975 are the most of any catcher who caught at least 150 games in a season, and his 192 hits in 1973 rank second on that same list. Among those who played at least 50 percent of their games at catcher, Simmons ranks second in hits, second in doubles, second in RBI and fifth in runs scored. Simmons never struck out more than 57 times in a season, and he is one of only 12 players in history with at least 240 home runs and fewer than 700 strikeouts. Simmons is one of only six catchers with at least two seasons of appearing in at least 150 games at catcher (1973, 1975), and Simmons ranked eighth all-time in games caught (1,771) at the time of his retirement.

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The Ted Simmons Hall of Fame Legacy Home Plate by Barnwood Sports measures 17 inches across like an official MLB home plate, with Jeter’s name and number, along with the Baseball Hall of Fame logo hand-painted as well. Made from distressed wood, this product weighs roughly 6 lbs and has a semi-gloss finish that works well for autographs. The backing is Grade A 1/2” birch, which is sanded and stained to give the piece a finished feel. Hangers are included for wall hanging. Proudly crafted by hand in the USA by Barnwood Sports. Signed and individually numbered by the artist. Limited edition of 102 pieces.

  • Signed and hand numbered - Limited edition of 102
  • Measures 17 inches across, same as a MLB home plate and 1.25 inches deep
  • Weighs approx 6 lbs
  • Features hand painted Hall of Fame logo
  • Hand made from distressed wood, no two are the same
  • Created by Tim Kuncis at Barnwood Sports Design
  • Includes hanging brackets
  • Made in the USA
  • Baseball Hall of Fame Exclusive Item
  • MANUFACTURER DIRECT ITEM - NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXPEDITED SHIPPING
  • Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery
Player Biography

Ted Simmons played for 21 seasons for the Cardinals, Brewers and Braves, totaling a .285 batting average, 2,472 hits, 483 doubles, 248 home runs and 1,389 RBI. n eight-time All-Star, he garnered MVP votes seven times in his career and finished among his league’s top 10 players in batting average six times. His 193 hits in 1975 are the most of any catcher who caught at least 150 games in a season, and his 192 hits in 1973 rank second on that same list. Among those who played at least 50 percent of their games at catcher, Simmons ranks second in hits, second in doubles, second in RBI and fifth in runs scored. Simmons never struck out more than 57 times in a season, and he is one of only 12 players in history with at least 240 home runs and fewer than 700 strikeouts. Simmons is one of only six catchers with at least two seasons of appearing in at least 150 games at catcher (1973, 1975), and Simmons ranked eighth all-time in games caught (1,771) at the time of his retirement.

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"