Sandberg blossomed into a five-tool player, exceptionally rare among middle
infielders. Over 14 full seasons and parts of two others, the soft-spoken
second baseman compiled a .285 batting average and 282 home runs, collected a
Most Valuable Player trophy, seven Silver Slugger and nine Gold Glove Awards,
and appeared in 10 All-Star games. In 2001, Bill James ranked Sandberg the
seventh best second baseman in major-league history.3 In 2005 Sandberg received
the ultimate honor of enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
This Ryne Sandberg Wallet has fingers stitched in Cubs Blue, has a clear
signature, and six side load card pockets to go along with the cash slot. The
wallet measures 4" by 3.75"