1968 Topps Game – Tommy Davis
Tommy Davis played in the big leagues for 18 seasons. During that time, he suited up for ten major league teams. And he was a solid contributor for most of them.
Davis’ career numbers are pretty solid – .294 batting average, 2,121 hits, 272 doubles, 153 home runs, 811 runs scored, 1,052 RBI, and 136 stole bases.
Davis won two batting titles with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1962 ans 1963. He was also an All-Star in those two campaigns.
Davis’ Dodgers team won the World Series in 1963. In the 4-game sweep of the Yankees, Davis hit .400 as he tallied 6 hits and 2 RBI in 15 at-bats.
Progress – 29/33
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‘On The Road With psugator02′ – April 1, 2010
Rockies at Cubs
10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
All of the Rockies I thought would sign did. A few surprises on the Cubs’ side, however.
Dexter Fowler: 2/2 (8x10s)..as nice as could be though insisted on personalizing. A far cry from his behavior in NYC. I guess no one likes getting mobbed. Told him that his graph has changed a lot from when he was in high school. “That’s the way it goes.”
Ian Stewart: 2/2 (8x10s)….Very polite. I apologized for the quality of the photos but he flattered me by saying that they were good
Jason Giambi: 0/1..I was waiting near the Rockies’ dugout. Of course the few he signed were near the Cubs’ dugout.
Ubaldo Jimenez: 2/2 (’09 Ginters)…real nice guy
Miguel Olivo: 1/1 (2006 Marlins’ team photo)…I told him that I’ve been chasing him for a while. I think he interpreted the word “chase” incorrectly. “I don’t mean it like that,” I said.
Alfonso Soriano: 1/1 (’08 Ginter)…Another grapher had a color canvas and traded it to Soriano for a mint bat. The bat looked incredible, the sig even better
Aramis Ramirez: 1/1 (’08 Ginter)…I guess he’s difficult here in Arizona. I got lucky
Derrek Lee: 0/1 while on his way to the player parking lot in a golf cart, 0/1 while leaving the player lot in his car
Ryan Theriot: 2/2 (’09 Ginters)…nice kid
Ryan Dempster: 2/2 (’09 Ginters)…told him how much he is missed in South Florida
Lou Piniella: 0/1 postgame despite only two other graphers being there. “I gotta go.”
Troy Tulowitzki: 0/1 did not even acknowledge me
Todd Helton: 0/1 did not even acknowledge me…the few he signed were for little kids
Bob Brenly: 2/2 (cards)…real nice
Other: No sign of Billy Williams, Ryne Sandberg, or Greg Maddux. Gonna try for the latter two tomorrow at the minor-league complex. … Fergie Jenkins, Tommy Davis, Bert Campaneris, George Foster and a few others were all signing behind home plate. I didn’t care about any of them other than Fergie but I wasn’t going to pay $20-per. … A big thank-you to Tony, a local grapher, for showing me the ropes in Mesa, in addition to a few of the other parks. You’re a good dude.
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