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Robin Ventura's 1996 Gold Glove Award Presented by Rawlings
Robin Ventura's 1996 Gold Glove Award Presented by Rawlings
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This amazing 1996 Rawlings Gold Glove Award was presented to Robin Ventura. Robin Ventura received an amazing 5 Gold Glove awards as a 3rd baseman, one in 1992,1993, 1996, 1998, 1999. The Gold Glove Award was first presented was presented to Robin Ventura's by the St. Louis-based Rawlings corporation in 1957 to honor the eighteen best fielders at their positions. Rawlings used a combination of defensive statistics along with visual effect to determine the winner and honored the recipient with a large gold glove. Voting is currently done by the managers and coaches from each Major League team who are NOT able to select their own players. Price on Request This trophy is sold, but we have others in stock. Please give us a call to see what we have in stock. (949) 246-0826
George Achica's 1982 "Morris Trophy" (Most Outstanding Lineman Award)!
George Achica's 1982 "Morris Trophy" (Most Outstanding Lineman Award)!
Our Price: $1,895.00

This massive One Of A Kind Trophy was awarded to the most outstanding lineman in the PAC-10 Conference. The "Morris Award" was started in1980 (40-Years Ago). This incredibly rare trophy was awarded to George Achica in1982. Featuring a wood base with a 2 inch thick acrylic top,the trophy measures 18H X 6.5D X 15.5W. This is truly one of the rarest trophies out there. I have never seen another one for sale.

George Achica (born December 19, 1960) is a former American college and professional football player who was a defensive lineman in the USFL and NFL for four seasons during the 1980s. Achica played college football for the University of Southern California, and was recognized as an All-American. He played professionally for the Los Angeles Express of the USFL, and the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. Achica attended the University of Southern California, where he played for the USC Trojans Football team from 1979 to 1982. He was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American, the Lombardi Award runner-up, and Morris Trophy winner as a senior in 1982. Achica was the first of four Samoans to be selected as All-Americans at USC; the others being Junior Seau, Troy Polamalu, and Lofa Tatupu.
Achica was also a three-time first team Pac-10 defensive line selection from 1980-1982. One of Achica's Samoan teammates at USC is current Jacksonville Jaguars running backs coach Kennedy Pola.