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Hall Of Famer
Though Poosh 'Em Up Tony Lazzeri, the power-hitting second sacker for the Murderers' Row Yankees, may have been overshadowed by his teammates, those in the game respected his leadership skills. A key member of six pennant winners, he was a .300 hitter five times and drove in over 100 runs seven times. Lazzeri, who established an American League single-game record with 11 RBIs on May 24, 1936, belted 60 home runs and drove in 222 runs in 1925 for Salt Lake City of the Pacific Coast League.
Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1991
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