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Lou Boudreau, Stan Musial, Ernie Banks, Duke Snider, Ken Boyer - Baseball Tips From The Stars By Mars: No. 1 How To Bat album

Lou Boudreau, Stan Musial, Ernie Banks, Duke Snider, Ken Boyer  - Baseball Tips From The Stars By Mars: No. 1 How To Bat album Performer: Lou Boudreau
Title: Baseball Tips From The Stars By Mars: No. 1 How To Bat
Style: Spoken Word
Date of release: 1962
Size MP3: 1929 mb
Size FLAC: 1729 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: MOD XM DMF MP3 AUD AIFF DTS

Snider was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1980. In Groups: Los Angeles Dodgers, The New York Mets.

Louis Boudreau (nicknamed "Old Shufflefoot," "Handsome Lou" or "The Good Kid"; July 17, 1917 – August 10, 2001) was an American professional baseball player and manager. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for 15 seasons, primarily as a shortstop on the Cleveland Indians, and managed four teams for 15 seasons including 10 seasons as a player-manager

Major League Baseball lists Cobb's hit total at 4,191, although some independent baseball historians have revised the total to 4,189 because of double-counting a 2-hit day. ^ Cap Anson's hit amounts are different depending on source and what hits are included in various leagues he played in. His total varies from 2,995 to 3,435. Fred Clarke's hit amounts are different depending on the source

Voted by BBWAA on 333/385 ballots) View Duke Snider's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1948 season. Full Name: Edwin Donald Snider. Nicknames: The Silver Fox or Duke of Flatbush. View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info.

Details about Stan Musial Autographed Baseball -Wm. White National League Ball JSA Authentic. Stan Musial Autographed Baseball -Wm.

Musial was pure hitter, one of the best baseball has ever seen. Including batters from the 1800s, Musial is among the all time greats in many career statistics:. 976 OPS – 14th 1949 RS – 9th 1951 RBI – 6th 725 2B – 3rd 6134 TB – 2nd. Fantasy wise, Musial was incredibly consistent in the 1950s, recording five seasons between 1. and 1. points. 6) Ernie Banks, 1B Peak Avg in Decade: 1. Overall FBHOF Score: 7. Mr. Cub’s three best seasons came while he manned shortstop, but for his career he played more games at first base (1534 vs. 1050) than short and thus is considered a corner infielder for our purposes. 3) Duke Snider, OF Peak Avg in Decade: 1. Overall FBHOF Score: 8. Snider typically falls short in his inevitable comparison to Mantle and Willie Mays.

No man has ever been a perfect ballplayer. He plays as hard when his club is away out in front of a game as he does when they're just a run or two behind. Ty Cobb, on Musial in a 1952 Life magazine article. Dark, at the same time that Anderson threw the new ball, threw the original ball to shortstop Ernie Banks. Musial did not see Dark's throw and only noticed Anderson's ball fly over the second baseman's head, so he tried to go to third base. On his way there, he was tagged by Banks, and after a delay he was ruled ou. .

ernie banks, ernie banks stats Ernest Banks January 31, 1931 – January 23, 2015, nicknamed "Mr Cub" and "Mr Sunshine", was an American professional baseball player who starred in Major League Baseball MLB as a shortstop and first baseman for the Chicago Cubs between 1953 and 1971 He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977, and was named to th. Banks is regarded by some as one of the greatest players of all time123 He began playing professional baseball in 1950 with the Kansas City Monarchs in the Negro leagues He served in the US military for two years, played for the Monarchs again, and began his major league career in September 1953 The following year, Banks was the National League Rookie.

Edwin Donald "Duke" Snider (September 19, 1926 – February 27, 2011), nicknamed "The Silver Fox" and "The Duke of Flatbush", was an American professional baseball player. Usually assigned to center field, he spent most of his Major League Baseball (MLB) career playing for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers (1947–62), later playing one season each for the New York Mets (1963) and San Francisco Giants (1964).

Tracklist

1-1 Duke Snider
1-2 Ken Boyer
2-1 Ernie Banks
2-2 Stan Musial

Companies, etc.

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side 1): MO8Q-3872
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side 2): MO8Q-3873
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1): MO8Q-3872-1 Ⅰ B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2): MO8Q-3873-1 Ⅰ B1