Extractions: Categories Baseball Hall of Fame 1940 American League All-Stars 1941 American League All-Stars ... Wikipedia Article à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¨à¤à¥à¤¶: - The Indological Knowledgebase Louis Boudreau July 17 August 10 ) was a Major League Baseball player and the American League MVP Award winner in Contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Career edit Boudreau made his Major League debut on September 9 for the Cleveland Indians Boudreau quickly became regarded as one of the best all-round shortstops in the game, combining solid fielding with a good batting average and run production. In he batting .295 with 9 home runs and 101 RBI Boudreau took over managerial duties with the club in while remaining the club's every day shortstop. In , he led the Indians to a World Series championship (as of , the last time they had done so). He also had his best personal year, batting .355 with 18 home runs and 106 RBI, good enough to win the American League MVP Award Boudreau retired as a player during the season but retained managerial duties, something he wouldn't give up until
Extractions: Login Search Mega Net: Home Sports Baseball Former MLB Players ... Former Players A-B : Boudreau, Lou Boudreau, Lou - Baseball Hall of Fame Take a limited look at the career of this Hall of Famer who passed away in August of 2001. Includes a photo. http://baseballhalloffame.org/hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/boudreau_lou.htm Boudreau, Lou - CNNSI.com Take a statistical journey through the career of this Hall of Famer. Includes both regular season and postseason batting and fielding statistics. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/baseball/mlb/all_time_stats/players/b/44143/
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Extractions: The 1948 Indians were an outstanding team that was different from all other teams in baseball history. Three Cleveland Indians each had at least one hundred RBIs, which in itself is not too rare, but there was something unusual about the feat. The three players were Joe Gordon, Kenny Keltner, and Lou Boudreau. What is unique is that Gordon played second, Keltner played third, and Boudreau was the shortstop. Nap Lajoie was the greatest second baseman in American League history. In 1901, the American League's first year in existence, Lajoie won the Triple Crown, hitting .426 with 14 home runs and 125 RBIs. He never was part of a second base, third base, shortstop trio that all had at least 100 RBIs in the same season.
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Extractions: Lou Boudreau Encyclopedia Search: in Tutorials Encyclopedia Dictionary Entire Web Store Tutorials Encyclopedia Dictionary Web ... Email this to a friend 'Louis Boudreau July 17 August 10 ) was a Major League Baseball player and the American League MVP Award winner in . After his playing and managing career, he was a long-time radio color commentator for the Chicago Cubs of the National League MLB HoF Boudreau made his Major League debut on September 9 for the Cleveland Indians Boudreau quickly became regarded as one of the best all-round shortstop s in the game, combining solid fielding with a good batting average and run production. In he batting .295 with 9 home run s and 101 RBI . One key moment came on a July night in , when his young ballclub put the stopper on Joe DiMaggio 's 56-game hitting streak. Boudreau himself fielded the ground ball that Joe D. hit in his last at-bat in that game. Boudreau took over managerial duties with the club in while remaining the club's everyday shortstop. In , he led the Indians to a first-place tie with the Boston Red Sox , then got 4 hits in an easy win in a one-game playoff at Fenway Park , breaking the hearts of Red Sox Nation and also depriving the city of their only chance at an all-Boston World Series . The Indians went on to defeat the Boston Braves 4 games to 2 win the Series (their last Series win as of ). He also had his best personal year, batting .355 with 18 home runs and 106 RBI, good enough to win the
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