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Gil Hodges (I) (1924–1972)

Eight-time All-Star Gil Hodges was an outstanding first baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers who, when he retired in early 1963 after being a charter member of the hapless New York Mets (who lost a record 120 games in their inaugural season of 1962), was #10 all-time on the career home run list with 370 circuit clouts. Though a worthy candidate, he ... See full bio »

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 1958 The Geisha Boy
Los Angeles Dodgers First Baseman (uncredited)
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Suffered a heart attack on September 24, 1968 while in Atlanta with the Mets and was hospitalized until October 20. One year later to the day, the Mets clinched the Eastern Division of the National League. See more »

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The Miracle Worker

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Aries

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