Keith Hernandez (1987 – Topps #350)

Keith Hernandez was a First Baseman who played almost all of his 17 year Major League career for the St. Louis Cardinals (1974 – ’83) and the New York  Mets (1983 – ’89), with a year in Cleveland (1990).  He won a record 11 consecutive Gold Glove Awards as a First Baseman (1978 – ’88).  With the Cardinals, he was a 2-time All-Star and a member of the 1982 World Series Championship Team.  He also was the N.L.’s MVP in 1979, (split between he and Willie Stargel, Pittsburgh) when he hit .344, winning the League’s batting title.  With the Mets,  he was a 3-time All-Star and a member of the Met’s 1986 World Series Championship Team.  After his Major League career, he appeared in 2 episodes of “Seinfeld” as himself.  He is, presently, 62 years old (as of 5/07/2015).

Keith Hernandez 1987 Topps #350


3 responses to “Keith Hernandez (1987 – Topps #350)

  1. Peter Goddard

    This guy was one of the best players and a real clutch player and is a great all around and likeable guy! I loved watching him on Seinfeld. He was as good a player as you could find! Great personality! Loved by all!


  2. Loved by all EXCEPT Kramer and Newman


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