Having made his ODI debut in 2002, Brendon McCullum has been a mainstay of the New Zealand line-up for 14 years – including playing in the first ever men’s T20 in 2005 and in 101 Tests consecutively from his debut. Along the way he has divided and thrilled fans, decimated opposition bowling attacks, and set records as diverse as playing New Zealand’s longest Test innings (775 minutes) and hitting the world’s fastest Test century (54 balls). With these photos we say thanks, Baz.

Read more about how his career stacks up in terms of numbers in Brendon McCullum: Being World Class.


 

 



 

All images copyright Mike Lewis and the New Zealand Cricket Museum unless otherwise specified.

 

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