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Star Catcher - Yogi Berra Star Catcher - Yogi Berra

Catcher Right-handed, New York Yankees 1946-1963

Yogi Berra was the heart of the great Yankee teams from 1946-1963. The star catcher was a master at handling the Yankees great pitching staffs and ranks in the top in assists, chances, fielding pct and double plays. Yogi Berra was one of the greatest clutch hitters of all-time, winning numerous games throughout his great 'Hall of Fame' career.

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Berra had five seasons of driving in over 100 runs and set AL records for catchers with his two over 30 HR's in 1952 & 1956. Yogi won three Most Valuable Player Awards between 1949-1955. Yogi Berra played in 75 World Series games in 14 WS - both still unbroken baseball records - and played his entire career with the Yankees - 1946-1963.

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