Carl Yastrzemski


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Noun1.Carl Yastrzemski - United States baseball player (born in 1939)Carl Yastrzemski - United States baseball player (born in 1939)
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After all, one of the Red Sox' Hall of Fame left fielders, Carl Yastrzemski, titled his biography "Baseball, The Wall and Me.
I knew that both Wade Boggs and Carl Yastrzemski had won a few on-base percentage titles, too.
Only fifteen players in history have accomplished the superlative feat-- the last time was in 1967 when Carl Yastrzemski of the Boston Red Sox led the A.
As baseball's Triple Crown comes back into focus with Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera having just accomplished the elusive feat–being the best in the American League in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in (RBI) for the first time since 1967–Pinsky took the opportunity to write about the last person to achieve the feat: Carl Yastrzemski.
It fixes Jeter firmly in the constellation of the greats, like Stan Musial, Roberto Clemente, Carl Yastrzemski and Honus Wagner.
301 in the Vanderbilt lineup, including sophomore outfielder Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Boston Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski.
Rodriguez drove in six runs and moved past Carl Yastrzemski into 10th place on the career RBI list (1,847), according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
He joins Wade Boggs (1985-88), Carl Yastrzemski (1967-68) and Ted Williams (1941-42, 47-48, 57-58) as the only players in Red Sox history to earn AL batting titles in consecutive seasons, doing so in 1999 (.
In direct response to a 1968 season in which Boston's Carl Yastrzemski won the American League batting title with a .
Juan Gonzalez, Cecil Fielder, Kevin Mitchell, Jose Canseco, Andre Dawson, George Bell, Tony Armas, Dave Kingman, George Foster, Johnny Bench, Hank Aaron, Harmon Killebrew, Reggie Jackson, Willie McCovey, Carl Yastrzemski, Frank Robinson, Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Eddie Mathews, Hank Sauer, Gil Hodges and Stan Musial can boast of home run seasons that equate to 60-plus in today's statistical environment.
So far five have: Joe Cronin, Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr, Carl Yastrzemski, and Carlton Fisk.