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Andre Dawson Cubs

Andre Dawson Cubs Chicago Button Museum
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Andre Dawson
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A background of a baseball cage and a photograph of an African-American male wearing a blue Cubs hat and a blue uniform with a white stripe around the collar and sleeve. White text next to his face states his name, and a navy blue logo of a baseball player silhouette in white. 

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M.L.P.P.A Baseball Buttons, Vincentown, NJ 08088

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Andre Dawson, also known as "The Hawk" and "Awesome Dawson" played for the Chicago Cubs for the 1987 to 1992 seasons as a right fielder. His baseball career was exemplary, before playing with Chicago he played for the Montreal Expos for a decade. Leaving Montreal in 1987 Dawson became a free agent, and signed with the Chicago Cubs and played one of his best seasons ever. Though the Cubs as a team were not champions, Dawson's amazing talent was recognized and he became the first person to win the league MVP trophy from a team in last place. Dawson retired on September 29th, 1996. On July 25th 2010 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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