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Extractions: Manager in 1972-74 Braves Eddie Mathews's Teams 1952 Boston Braves 1953 Milwaukee Braves 1954 Milwaukee Braves 1955 Milwaukee Braves 1956 Milwaukee Braves 1957 Milwaukee Braves 1958 Milwaukee Braves 1959 Milwaukee Braves 1960 Milwaukee Braves 1961 Milwaukee Braves 1962 Milwaukee Braves 1963 Milwaukee Braves 1964 Milwaukee Braves 1965 Milwaukee Braves 1966 Atlanta Braves 1967 Houston Astros 1967 Detroit Tigers 1968 Detroit Tigers Eddie Mathews's Teammates Games Average HR RBI Career World Series Wins-Losses Winning % Manager Books and articles about Eddie Mathews A natural athlete blessed with tremendous power, a rifle arm, and a durable body, Mathews was the premier third baseman of his era, overshadowing Clete Boyer , the young Brooks Robinson , and Al Rosen . A key member of the excellent Braves teams of the late 1950s, he was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1978 on his fifth try. His 512 homers ties him with
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Extractions: (c) Houston Astros SAN DIEGO (AP) - Hall of Famer Eddie Mathews , who teamed with Hank Aaron to give the Braves a fearsome home run punch and Milwaukee its only World Series championship, died Sunday, Feb. 18. He was 69. Mathews died in his sleep at Scripps La Jolla hospital, his wife, Judy, said. He had been hospitalized since Sept. 3, when she took him to the emergency room after he had trouble breathing. "He worked so hard to get better," Judy Mathews said. "He just gave out."' Mathews died of complications of pneumonia, said his son, Eddie Jr., an anesthesiologist at Waukesha (Wis.) Memorial Hospital. Mathews also had congestive heart failure, although that didn't play a significant role his death, his son said. Mathews hit 512 home runs, was one of baseball's greatest third basemen and the only person to play for the Braves in Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1978, he had lived in Del Mar, north of San Diego, for several years. Mathews had been in fragile health since being seriously hurt in an accident while on a Caribbean cruise in December 1996.
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Extractions: Eddie Mathews Encyclopedia Search: in Tutorials Encyclopedia Dictionary Entire Web Store Tutorials Encyclopedia Dictionary Web ... Email this to a friend 'Edwin Lee Mathews October 13 February 18 ) was an American third baseman in Major League Baseball Born in Texarkana, Texas , Eddie Mathews was six years old when his family moved to Santa Barbara, California where he developed into a star high school player. Signed by the Boston Braves in 1949, he continued to shine in their farm system as a left-handed power-hitting third baseman who hit towering home run s. Brought up to the major leagues, in his 1952 rookie season with the Braves, Eddie Mathews hit 25 home runs, including three in one game, breaking the record for rookies. In his second year the franchise moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he batted for a .302 season average, hit 47 home runs, and drove in 135 runs. For nine straight seasons he hit 30 home runs or more including leading the National League twice. As one of 1954's superstars in American sports, Eddie Mathews was chosen for the cover of the first-ever issue of Sports Illustrated magazine.
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