2005 PRIME CUTS MLB ICONS SIGNATURE MATERIAL TRIO MLB #12 DON MATTINGLY 7/10-9.5 For Sale
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2005 PRIME CUTS MLB ICONS SIGNATURE MATERIAL TRIO MLB #12 DON MATTINGLY 7/10-9.5:
A YANKEE ALL THE WAYTILL HE BECAME A DODGERLOLYOGI WOULD OF SAID SOMETHING LIKE THATDon MattinglyMattingly as manager of the DodgersLos Angeles Dodgers – No. 8First 20, 1961(age54)
Evansville, debutSeptember 8,1982for theNew York YankeesLast MLB appearanceOctober 1,1995for theNew York YankeesMLB statistics
(through May 17, 2015)Batting average.307Home runs222Runs batted in1,099Games managed752Win–loss record414–338Winning percentage.551Teams
- New York Yankees(1982–1995)
- New York Yankees(2004–2007)
- Los Angeles Dodgers(2008–2010)
- Los Angeles highlights and awards
- AL MVP(1985)
- 9×Gold Glove Award(1985–1989, 1991–1994)
- 3×Silver Slugger Award(1985–1987)
- AL batting champion(1984)
- AL RBI leader(1985)
- New York Yankees team captain(1991–1995)
- New York Yankees #23retired
Donald Arthur Mattingly(born April 20, 1961) is an Americanprofessional baseballfirst Mattingly is currently the manager of theLos Angeles DodgersofMajor League Baseball. Nicknamed "The Hit Man" and "Donnie Baseball", he spent his entire 14-year career playing for theNew York Yankees.
Mattingly graduated fromReitz Memorial High SchoolinEvansville, Indiana, and was selected by the Yankees in the amateur draft. Debuting with the Yankees in 1982 after three seasons inminor league baseball, Mattingly emerged as the Yankees' starting first baseman after a successful rookie season in 1983. Mattingly was named to theAmerican six times. He won nineGold Glove Awards, threeSilver Slugger Awards, the 1984 AL batting title, and was the 1985AL Most Valuable Player. Mattingly served ascaptainof the Yankees from 1991 through 1995, when he retired as a player. The Yankees retired Mattingly's uniform number, 23, after his retirement. He has also received consideration for induction to theNational Baseball Hall of Fame, though he has not been elected.
Returning to the Yankees as a coach in 2004 for managerJoe Torre, he followed Torre to the Dodgers in 2008, and succeeded him as the Dodgers' manager in 2011.
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