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Off Base:  Confessions of a Thief by  Rickey  (with John Shea) Henderson - Signed First Edition - 1992 - from Parrish Books and

Off Base: Confessions of a Thief

by Henderson, Rickey (with John Shea)

Condition: Fine/Fine Dustjacket in Archival Dustjacket

New York: HarperCollins, 1992. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth & Boards. Fine/Fine Dustjacket in Archival Dustjacket. A handsome First Edition, First Printing by the best base-stealer in professional baseball, Rickey Henderson. Inscribed by Henderson to the late sports fan, Wayne Martin, and his wife Peggy, "To Peggy & Wayne, Best Wishes always, Rickey Henderson. Bound in black cloth & boards, the book is in fine unread condition. With a complete colorful dustjacket also in fine condition, protected by an archival dustjacket. A nice copy. Known for stealing bases, Henderson was a great leadoff hitter and baserunner for each baseball team he played for. He played for nine teams and stole 1,406 bases during his career. One of the best.


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