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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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Home Run Derby
Home Run Derby Himself
1953 MLB All-Star Game
1953 MLB All-Star Game Himself - NL First Baseman
1955 MLB All-Star Game
1955 MLB All-Star Game Himself - NL First Baseman
1970 MLB All-Star Game
1970 MLB All-Star Game Himself - NL Manager


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 1958 The Geisha Boy
Los Angeles Dodgers First Baseman (uncredited)
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6' 2" (1.88 m)

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Was named to the National League All-Star team in seven different years (1949-1955, 1957). See more »


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