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- Hank Bauer: Henry Albert "Hank" Bauer was an American right fielder and manager in Major League Baseball. He played with the New York Yankees and Kansas City Athletics; he batted and threw right-handed. He served as the manager of the Athletics in both Kansas City and in Oakland, as well as of the Baltimore Orioles, guiding the Orioles to the World Series title in 1966, a four game sweep over the heavily favored Los Angeles Dodgers. This represented the first World Series title in the franchise's history.
- Hank Bauer: Henry John Bauer is a former American football running back and current professional television and radio broadcaster.
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by Lyle Spatz
Other notable players and managers for the Yankees include Johnny Allen, Frank Baker, Hank Bauer, Wade Boggs, Hank Borowy, Jim Bouton, Clete Boyer, Joe Bush, Ray Caldwell, Robinson Cano, Chris Chambliss, ...
The Braves Encyclopedia (1995)
by Gary Caruso
along with the usual supporting cast that included a bevy of capable hitters such as Bill Skowron, Elston Howard, Hank Bauer, and Gil McDougald. Surprisingly, neither team had a lOO-RBI man, though Aaron, Mantle , and Berra all drove in 90 or more runs. On paper, they were two extremely well matched teams. The Yankees had a .268 team batting average to .266 for the Braves.
by Jonathan Fraser Light
Hank Bauer, Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra and Johnny Kucks celebrated with Martin. Bauer was accused of hitting a patron, a brawl followed and this gave the Yankees the excuse they needed to trade Martin to Kansas City one month later. First baseman Vic Power later said that the fight started when Martin called entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr., “Mau Mau,” in reference to the black African terrorists active in Kenya in the ¡950s. Power, who was black, had called other black ...
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