Carl Yastrzemski


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United States baseball player (born in 1939)

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Eighteen days of festivities running through June 1 will feature Red Sox Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski (5/17); outdoor television personality Michael Waddell (5/15); Boston Red Sox pitcher Mike Timlin (5/15); Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Trent Cole (5/16); a kayak and canoe try before you buy pool (5/15-5/18 & 5/24-5/25), kids' fishing pond (5/24-5/25), as well as other celebrities and hunting and fishing experts sharing stories and advice.
He has probably reached the Carl Yastrzemski level, where the Sox would never let him finish his career in another uniform, even if they feel his lease has expired.
Early recipients include Sandy Koufax, Carl Yastrzemski, Willie McCovey and Lou Brock.
Carl Yastrzemski last led the league in batting average, home runs and runs batted when he did it for the 1967 season.
He joins Wade Boggs (1985-88), Carl Yastrzemski (1967-68) and Ted Williams (1941-42, 47-48, 57-58) as the only players in Red Sox history to earn AL batting titles in consecutive seasons, doing so in 1999 (.
DIGGER PHELPS, former Notre Dame basketball coach, asked by Irish alumnus and Boston Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, when his team was finally going to win a championship: "Funny, I was about to ask you the same question.
The list, I told the kids, is an impressive one: Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski of Red Sox fame: the Pirates' brother tandem of Paul "Big Poison" and Lloyd "Little Poison" Waner; San Francisco Giants' Hall-of-Famers Willie McCovey and Juan Marichal; Philadelphia Phillies' aces Robin Roberts and Jim Bunning; and, of course, a never-ending list of Cubs: Hack Wilson, Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Ron Santo, and many, many more.
Juan Gonzalez, Cecil Fielder, Kevin Mitchell, Jose Canseco, Andre Dawson, George Bell, Tony Armas, Dave Kingman, George Foster, Johnny Bench, Hank Aaron, Harmon Killebrew, Reggie Jackson, Willie McCovey, Carl Yastrzemski, Frank Robinson, Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Eddie Mathews, Hank Sauer, Gil Hodges and Stan Musial can boast of home run seasons that equate to 60-plus in today's statistical environment.
Grand Opening events will continue for 18 days from May 15 through June 1 with appearances by Red Sox Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski and outdoors television personality Michael Waddell.
Boston's Carl Yastrzemski went 4-for-4 and finished with 44 home runs, 121 RBIs and a .
Boston Red Sox leftfielder Carl Yastrzemski was the last player to earn the Triple Crown in 1967, and no player in the National League has won it since Joe Medwick of the St.
Triple threat: Boston's Manny Ramirez seems to have a legitimate shot at becoming the first player to win the triple crown since 1967, when Boston's Carl Yastrzemski did it (.
A few of the items include the following: Anaheim Angels 2002 World Champions Autographed Baseball; Green Bay Packers 2003 Team Autographed Football; Carl Yastrzemski 1989 Hall of Fame Induction Autographed Baseball Bat; George Mikan Autographed Basketball; Wally Szczerbiak Autographed Game Jersey; Fran Tarkenton Autographed Football; Dave Winfield and Kirby Puckett 2001 Hall of Fame Induction Autographed Baseball; Harmon Killebrew Lithograph; Tony Oliva Autographed Baseball and Baseball Cap; and Minnesota Wild 2002-2003 Autographed Team Hockey Stick and Autographed Team Hockey Jersey.
They were the aforementioned 1992 Sox and the 1973 Red Sox, for whom Carl Yastrzemski led the way at .
Baseball's Sandy Koufax, Carl Yastrzemski, Willie McCovey and Lou Brock all received the Hutch Award; in recent years Jamie Moyer, Craig Biggio, Jon Lester, Mark Teahen and Tim Hudson have joined their ranks.