Jim Rice

Jim Rice
Birthdate 3/8/1953
Death Date
Debut Year 1974
Year of Induction 2009
Teams Red Sox
Positions Designated Hitter, Left Field

Jim Rice batted .300+ seven times, had 100+ RBI eight times, had 200+ hits four times, and finished with 20+ homers eleven times.

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Original document that promotes Jim Rice to the Major Leagues

Original document that promotes Jim Rice to the Major Leagues

Jim Rice was tearing up the minor leagues in 1974, hitting .337 with 25 homers and 93 RBI in only 117 games. It was good enough for a call up for a cup of coffee at the end of the season. This document calls up the 21-year old on August 19, 1974 to make his big league debut. Rice has added his signature
Jim Rice made 8 All Star teams from 1977-1986

Jim Rice made 8 All Star teams from 1977-1986

Jim Rice sustained excellence for much of his career. From 1977-1986 he hit .305 and averaged 30 homers and 109 RBI. During that span he made 8 All Star teams. His finest season came in 1978 when he lead the AL in hits, homers, RBI, slugging percentage, and OPS. His 406 total bases put him in elite
Back of Red Sox check endorsed by Jim Rice

Back of Red Sox check endorsed by Jim Rice

An eight-time All Star, Jim Rice was one of the most feared hitters in the American League. The 1978 American League Most Valuable Player, Rice finished with 382 homers, 1,451 runs batted in and a .298 lifetime average over the course of his 16-year big league career. Eleven times he hit 20 or more
Autoball contract signed four times by Jim Rice

Autoball contract signed four times by Jim Rice

For years in souvenir stands at MLB stadiums offered baseballs with stamped signatures of the home team. In the collection is a contract signed by Jim Rice agreeing to have his autograph appear on those balls. The terms of the contract? Rice received one cent per ball

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