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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203798 Bobby Doerr, 95 Bobby+Doerr%2C+95 MLB

Born April 7, 1918. Enshrined in 1986. Ted Williams called Bobby Doerr the silent captain of the Red Sox. The second baseman hit a lifetime .288 and .409 in the '46 World Series, driving in 100 runs six times, with a high of 120 in 1950. Doerr once held the AL record by handling 414 chances without an error and frequently led AL second basemen in double plays, put-outs and assists. He was signed by Eddie Collins on the same scouting trip that resulted in Ted Williams signing with Boston. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203955 Monte Irvin, 94 Monte+Irvin%2C+94 MLB

Born Feb. 25, 1919. Enshrined in 1973. One of the finest African-American players in the years preceding integration, Irvin excelled in both the Negro leagues and the major leagues. A high-average hitter with some power, he provided a potent bat in a Newark Eagles lineup that also included legends Willie Wells, Biz Mackey and Mule Suttles. He joined the NL in 1949 and was a key contributor to two Giants pennant winners, batting .458 in the 1951 World Series. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203956 Ralph Kiner, 91 Ralph+Kiner%2C+91 MLB

Born Oct. 27, 1922. Enshrined in 1975. In a relatively brief 10-year career, which was shortened by a back ailment, Kiner hit 369 home runs, winning or sharing the NL home-run title in each of his first seven seasons in Pittsburgh. He topped 50 twice, with 51 in 1947 and 54 in '49. His ratio of 7.1 home runs per 100 at-bats trails only Mark McGwire, Babe Ruth and Barry Bonds among retired players. Kiner averaged better than 100 RBI a season. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203953 Red Schoendienst, 90 Red+Schoendienst%2C+90 MLB

Born Feb. 2, 1923. Enshrined in 1989. Credited by his roommate Stan Musial as "having the greatest pair of hands I've ever seen," Albert "Red" Schoendienst forged a 19-year career as a second baseman with the Cardinals, Giants and Braves, earning 10 All-Star selections. He led the National League in fielding percentage six times and also hit .300 or better on seven occasions. As a manager, he twice led the Cards to the World Series. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203960 Yogi Berra, 88 Yogi+Berra%2C+88 MLB

Born May 12, 1925. Enshrined in 1972. One of the most popular players in major-league history, Berra was also a brilliant catcher and dominant hitter during his 19-year career with the New York Yankees. He was named to the American League All-Star team every year from 1948-62. He topped the 100-RBI mark four years in a row and became a three-time American League MVP in a career that featured 14 pennants and 10 World Series championships. Following his playing career, Yogi continued in baseball as a manager and coach for several teams. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 11203810 Tommy Lasorda, 86 Tommy+Lasorda%2C+86 MLB

Born Sept. 22, 1927. Enshrined in 1997. Lasorda led the Los Angeles Dodgers to eight division titles and two World Championships in 21 seasons as manager. After his retirement, he became a Dodgers executive, and his association with the club has spanned seven decades. He also managed the United States to its first-ever gold medal in baseball at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame)

 

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 23527035 Whitey Ford, 85 Whitey+Ford%2C+85 MLB

Born Oct. 21, 1928. Enshrined in 1974. Edward "Whitey" Ford was the big-game pitcher on the great Yankees teams of the 1950s and early '60s, earning him the moniker The Chairman of the Board. The wily southpaw's lifetime record of 236-106 gives him the best winning percentage (.690) of any 20th-century pitcher. He paced the American League in victories three times and in ERA and shutouts twice. The 1961 Cy Young Award winner still holds many World Series records, including 10 wins and 94 strikeouts, once pitching 33 consecutive scoreless innings in the Fall Classic. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 31424512 Ernie Banks, 82 Ernie+Banks%2C+82 MLB

Born Jan. 31, 1931. Enshrined in 1977. Noted for his sunny disposition, excellent all-around play and his powerful home runs, Banks was always a favorite of Chicago Cubs fans. Banks was chosen to play in the All-Star Game during 11 seasons, was twice voted the NL MVP and knocked 512 home runs during his 19-year career with the Cubs. He twice led the National League in home runs and RBI and picked up a Gold Glove Award in 1960. Mr. Cub displayed his perpetual love for the game with his signature phrase, "Let's play two!" (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 31543417 Willie Mays, 82 Willie+Mays%2C+82 MLB

Born May 6, 1931. Enshrined in 1979. The Say Hey Kid, played with enthusiasm and exuberance while excelling in all phases of the game — hitting for average and power, fielding, throwing and baserunning. His staggering career statistics include 3,283 hits and 660 home runs. The Giants superstar earned National League Rookie of the Year honors in 1951 and two MVP Awards. He accumulated 12 Gold Gloves, played in a record-tying 24 All-Star games and participated in four World Series. His catch of Vic Wertz's deep fly in the '54 Series remains one of baseball's most memorable moments. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.)

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MLB 49 1560 Baseball's oldest living Hall of Famers 31539786 Jim Bunning, 82 Jim+Bunning%2C+82 MLB

Born Oct. 23, 1931. Enshrined in 1996 (by the Veterans Committee). Displaying a remarkable consistency during his 17-year career, Bunning became the second pitcher to record 100 wins and 1,000 strikeouts in both the American and National Leagues. He also threw no-hitters in both leagues, including a perfect game on Father's Day 1964. Accumulated 224 career wins as a seven-time All-Star selection, Bunning was also a leading figure in the founding of the player's union and later served Kentucky as a United States Senator. (Bio courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.)

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