You will receive one (1) NM-Mt, 1990 Topps, Larry Walker Rookie Card #757.
Over his playing career, Walker produced a .313 batting average, .400 on-base percentage (OBP), and .565 slugging percentage (SLG) for a 141 adjusted OPS+, 383 home runs, 1,311 runs batted in (RBI), 2,160 hits, 471 doubles and 230 stolen bases. Among right fielders, his 150 assists rank 17th all-time and 40 double plays turned rank ninth. Walker is one of three players in history to rank within the top 100 of each of batting runs, baserunning runs, and defensive runs saved; the other two are Barry Bonds and Willie Mays. Overall, Walker contributed 72.6 Wins Above Replacement (WAR); his SLG ranks 12th all-time and OPS 14th. He is one of only 19 hitters in history to accomplish a .300/.400/.500 batting line with at least 5,000 career plate appearances and one of six whose careers began after 1960. Walker won three National League (NL) batting championships, was a five-time All-Star, won seven Gold Gloves, three Silver Sluggers, a Lou Marsh Trophy, and the 1997 NL Most Valuable Player Award (MVP). Frequent injuries tamped down his performance, as he appeared in 150 or more games in a season just once.