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Frank Thomas 01 Starting LineUp2 Extended Series Figure

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Sold Date: 02/18/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



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Up for sale is a brand new, factory-sealed sports action figure,see photos for condition:

~ FRANK THOMAS 2001 STARTING LINEUP2 EXTENDED SERIES FIGURE ~

MANUFACTURER: Kenner/Hasbro

BRAND: Starting Lineup2 (SLU)

TYPE: Baseball-MLB

TEAM: Chicago White Sox

JERSEY #: 35

YEAR: 2001

VARIANT: Extended Series with L.E. Hologram Trading Card

This set is near-mint on card (meaning it is still on its original store display card in its original packaging, never opened, with no fading, no corner nubs on the hanging card, no creases or bends, no bubble damage). I purchased the set new and have stored it since purchased. It has never been displayed.

SLU brand sports sports cards, figurines and toy figurine sets are no longer in production. The Starting Lineup action figures were produced for a little over a ten-year period (1988 to 2001), first by Kenner and later by Hasbro. The toy line of sports action figures was conceived of by Pat McInally, a former professional American football player with the Cincinnati Bengals. The figures included sports stars from baseball, football, basketball, hockey; boxing, track & field, skating, soccer, and golf. During the 1988-2001 time period, the figures were very popular. When Hasbro shut down its Cincinnati operations in 2001, 53 years of Kenner history came to a close.

In the 2001 Starting Lineup baseball series (the last baseball player series Hasbro would make) Starting Lineup made some changes in its figures. The 2001 series, christened Starting Lineup2, had larger figures than their previous series and the figures were created in greater detail. These moves were made to compete with the emerging Todd McFarlane sports figure line that had come on the market.

The figure set comes from a pet-free, smoke-free, home. While created as toys for children, these sports figures are of interest to many adult fans and collectors.

UNOPENED PACKAGE

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Frank Thomas (baseball, born 1968) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Frank Thomas (AL baseball player) ) Jump to: navigation , search For the National League player with the same name, see Frank Thomas (baseball, born 1929) . Frank Thomas
Designated hitter / First baseman Born: May 27, 1968 ( 1968-05-27 ) (age 42)
Columbus, Georgia Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut August 2, 1990 for the Chicago White Sox Last MLB appearance August 29, 2008 for the Oakland Athletics Career statistics Batting average .301 Home runs 521 Hits 2,468 Runs batted in 1,704 Teams Chicago White Sox ( 1990 – 2005 ) Oakland Athletics ( 2006 ) Toronto Blue Jays ( 2007 – 2008 ) Oakland Athletics ( 2008 ) Career highlights and awards 5× All-Star selection ( 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 ) 4× Silver Slugger Award winner (1991, 1993, 1994, 2000) 2× AL MVP (1993, 1994) 2000 AL Comeback Player of the Year 1995 Home Run Derby champion

Frank Edward Thomas, Jr. (born May 27, 1968) is a former Major League Baseball designated hitter and first baseman .

Thomas became one of baseball's biggest stars in the 1990s, playing for the Chicago White Sox . Broadcaster Ken Harrelson coined the nickname "The Big Hurt" for Thomas in the 1992 season. [1 ] Frank Thomas is known for his menacing home run power; he routinely swung a rusted piece of rebar (reportedly found during a renovation project in Old Comiskey Park [2 ]) in the on-deck circle. [3 ]

Thomas played baseball and football at [ 4] Auburn University . He is part of an elite group of four players (including Mel Ott , Babe Ruth and Ted Williams ) to have...
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