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1980-82 Billy Martin Game-Worn Cleats A’s – COA 100% Authentic Team – send backGo Back
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Billy Martin did not get any immediate interest after being dismissed by the Yankees, but in February 1980, Oakland owner Charlie Finley sought to hire him. The A’s had fallen far from their championship heyday of the early 1970s as Finley had refused to go along with the escalating salaries of free agency. In 1979, the team was 54–108 (.333), the second-worst record in baseball, and drew less than 4,000 per home game. In hopes of reviving the franchise, Finley turned to Martin. While the job brought Martin back to his East Bay roots, he was well aware that it might be his last chance, both because of the conflict that surrounded him and his lack of success with the 1979 Yankees.
Presented is a pair of Billy Martin’s game worn cleats from his time with the Oakland A’s. They are green with white accents and show tremendous wear with soiling/scuffing from the field throughout. The shoes show strong green polish markings throughout.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team
1980-82 Billy Martin Game-Worn Cleats