Eric Davis 1988 Donruss All-Star

Eric Davis 1988 Donruss All-Star

There he is – with that famous batting stance of his…


It’s just too bad that the photograph used on this baseball card is so zoomed in because the photographer captured a perfect picture of one of the most famous batting stances of the 1980’s.

As you can see, Davis kept his hands at waist-level.  And when he began his swing, he would rear back with great speed and then pounce forward throwing his hips and shoulders into the swing.

It was a batting stance often emulated by me and my buddies in the late 1980’s while playing various versions of baseball in the neighborhood.

And yes, I can see those sweet wristbands too!!

2 responses to “Eric Davis 1988 Donruss All-Star

  1. The definition of Eric Davis is: Dangerous!

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