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  2. Members of the 500 Home Run Club - MLB.com

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    Killebrew waited 16 agonizing games after hitting his 499th career homer, and then suddenly knocked Nos. 500 and 501 in back-to-back at-bats. He hit more dingers than anyone else during the 1960s and, at the time of his retirement, stood in elite company atop the career leaderboard alongside Aaron, Ruth, Mays and Robinson.

  3. 'I'm a professional teamer': Steelers captain Miles Killebrew ...

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    Killebrew, 29, re-signed with the Steelers in March on a two-year, $4 million deal, which was hardly a major move at the time. If he finds more magic on special teams, it will be well worth it.

  4. Eddie Feigner - Wikipedia

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    Eddie "The King" Feigner (/ ˈ f eɪ n ər /, FAY-nər; March 25, 1925 – February 9, 2007) was an American softball pitcher and entertainer.. Biography. Born Myrle Vernon King in Walla Walla, Washington, he played softball for much of his early life, and turned his attention to the sport full-time following an enlistment in the U.S. Marine Corps.

  5. All-America - Under Armour Next Football

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    ORLANDO (Jan. 2, 2022) – Team Icons Holds Off Team Legends for 23-17 victory in Under Armour Next All-America Game. Behind an early 17-0 lead and a staunch defensive effort, Team Icons withstood a late rally to defeat Team Legends in the 14th Under Armour Next All-America Game, 23-17, on Sunday afternoon at Camping World Stadium in a game nationally televised on ESPN.

  6. Home Runs Single Season Leaders on Baseball Almanac

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    Single Season Leaders for Home Runs. When Mark McGwire broke Roger Maris' single season record he brought back many of the fans who were still upset from the strike in 1994.

  7. Bob Allison - Wikipedia

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    When the Senators moved to Minnesota in 1961, Allison became a local favorite and along with teammate Harmon Killebrew made one of the most dangerous one-two punches in baseball. Allison, circa 1959 In 1963 , Allison had 25 doubles, 35 home runs, 91 RBI, led the league in runs scored (99) and in OPS (.911), and earned his second All-Star berth.

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