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Elden Auker (1910–2006)

Elden Auker was born on September 21, 1910 in Norcatur, Kansas, USA as Elden Le Roy Auker. He was married to Mildred Auker. He died on August 4, 2006 in Vero Beach, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg
The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg Himself - interviewee
When It Was a Game
When It Was a Game 2


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 2009-2011 Prime 9 (TV Series)
- Greatest Left-handed Starters (2011) ... Himself
- Characters (2009) ... Himself
 2003 100 Years of the World Series (Video documentary)
Himself (as Eldon Auker)
 2000-2001 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
- Hank Greenberg (2001) ... Himself
- Bob Feller (2001) ... Himself
- Lou Gehrig (2000) ... Himself
- Babe Ruth (2000) ... Himself
- Ted Williams (2000) ... Himself
 1999 Michigan & Trumbull (Documentary)
Himself (Detroit Tigers)
 1998 The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (Documentary)
Himself - interviewee (as Eldon Auker)
 1992 When It Was a Game 2 (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (voice)
 1991 When It Was a Game (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (voice)
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 2016 MLB Network Presents (TV Series)
- 56: The Streak (2016) ... Himself
 2011 Prime 9 (TV Series)
- Greatest Teenage Seasons (2011) ... Himself
- Hitting Duos (2011) ... Himself
- Greatest Second Baseman (2011) ... Himself
- Fastballs (2011) ... Himself

Personal Details

Other Works:

In 2001 he published memoirs of his professional baseball career, "Sleeper Cars and Flannel Uniforms: A Lifetime of Memories from Striking Out the Babe to Teeing It Up with the President"

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Alternate Names:

Eldon Auker


6' 2" (1.88 m)

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Led the American League in winning percentage in 1935 (.720, won 18, lost 7). See more »


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