New Arrival: Alex Gordon, 3b, Kansas City Royals

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I have been a fan of Gordons since he was playing for the Cornhuskers, and it has been a real adventure seeing him go from top prospect to failed prospect, then Gold Glove and All-Star outfielder for the Royals.

I have been trying to get this card signed for three seasons, and one of the three people I was working with was able to get this done.  I do not mind the smudge at the top at all.  Its funny:  if the smudge was on or near the autograph it was bug me, but way up there…it adds character.

Year Age Tm AB HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP OPS OPS+ Awards
2007 23 KCR 543 15 60 14 4 41 137 .247 .314 .725 90
2008 24 KCR 493 16 59 9 2 66 120 .260 .351 .783 109
2009 25 KCR 164 6 22 5 0 21 43 .232 .324 .703 87
2010 26 KCR 242 8 20 1 5 34 62 .215 .315 .671 84
2011 27 KCR 611 23 87 17 8 67 139 .303 .376 .879 140 MVP-21,GG
2012 28 KCR 642 14 72 10 5 73 140 .294 .368 .822 123 GG
2013 29 KCR 633 20 81 11 3 52 141 .265 .327 .749 103 AS,GG
2014 30 KCR 11 0 4 0 0 1 0 .182 .231 .503 40
8 Yrs 3339 102 405 67 27 355 782 .268 .344 .779 110
162 Game Avg. 615 19 75 12 5 65 144 .268 .344 .779 110
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 4/5/2014.
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