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Carl Yastrzemski  

Named to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989. Along with Johnny Bench became the 18th and 19th players elected to Hall of Fame on the first ballot. Received 95 percent of Hall of Fame voting, the seventh highest in the history of voting at that time. First Little League player to be elected to the Hall of Fame. Won AL Triple Crown in 1967. Most games lifetime in the AL with 3,308. AL MVP in 1967. Seven-time Gold Glove winner. Tied MLB record with 1.000 fielding percentage in 1977. Selected Outstanding Player of 1970 All-Star Game. Played 167 consecutive errorless games.Only AL player with 400 home runs and 3,000 hits.


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