Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figures

Danny Tartabull

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Danny Tartabull Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1989

Bret Saberhagen

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Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1989

Bo Jackson

Bo Jackson Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1989

Kevin Seitzer

Kevin Seitzer Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1988

Kevin Seitzer played third base for the Royals from 1986-1991. He was a two time all star and Seitzer held a career AVG of .295 while collecting 1,557 hits.

George Brett

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George Brett Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1988

There is also a Canadian packaging version of this figure - which is scarcer and thus more valuable.

George Brett played 3B for the Royals his entire career (1973-1993). He won the AL MVP in 1980 and ALCS MVP in 1985. Brett was a 13 time all star, won 3 silver slugger awards and 1 gold glove when he played for the Royals. During his MLB career he hit .305 while amassing 3,154 hits - 317 of which were HR's. The Royals retired his number (#5).

Danny Tartabull

Danny Tartabull Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1988

Danny Tartabull played outfiled for the Royals 1987-1991. He was an all-star in 1991. Tartabull hit .273 and hit 263 homeruns during his playing days.

Dan Quisenberry

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Dan Quisenberry Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1988

Dan Quisenberry was a pitcher for the Royals from 1979-1988. He was a 3 time all-star and World Series champion in 1985. Quisenberry had a 2.76 ERA, amassed 56 wins and also saved 244 games during his baseball career.

Bret Saberhagen

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Bret Saberhagen Kansas City Royals Starting Lineup Figure

- Released 1988

Bret Saberhagen pitched for the Royals from 1984-1991. He won the cy young award in 1985 and 1989 and also won the world series in 1985 with the Royals. Saberhagen made the all star team 3 times and also was a gold glove winner in 1989. He has a career ERA of 3.34 and won 167 games during his career.

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