Duke Snider - 1956 - Duke hit 40 HRs 5 seasons in a row leading the league with 43 in 1956. He has 407 career dingers.
Al Rosen - 1950 1953 - hit 37 in 1950 and 43 in 1953 - almost won the triple crown in 1953 losing out on the batting average title by .001 points to Mickey Vernon.
Larry Doby - 1952 1954 - The first black player ever to appear in the American League, Doby became one of its most feared hitters. hitting 32 HR each year 952, 54) to take the homerun crowns, larry had a career total of 253 long balls and twice led the league in RBI
Ralph Kiner - 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 - yup - 7 straight years of winning the HR title - twice he hit more than 50 - in his career Ralph averaged 1 homer ever 14 at bats - incredible. Also - as a man recalled to me on the 7 train last year -
Once while doing the call for a Mets game that was really lopsided, Ralph kept commenting on a young couple making out in the stands before letting out this beauty of a quip
"I figured it out - he's kissing her on the strikes and she's kissing him on the balls"
yup - thank you Mr. Kiner for saying the dirtiest thing ever spoken during a baseball broadcast
Eddie Mathews - 1953 1959 - Part of the most potent 1-2 punch when teamed with Hank Aaron for most of his career, Eddie took the title with seasons of 47 homers in 536 and 46 homers in 59. Eddie hit 512 career blasts.
Hank Aaron - 1957 1963 1966 1967 - amazing the real record holder only led the league 4 times - from 1955-1973 Hank never hit less than 24 hrs in a season leading the leagues with 44 in 1957, 44 in 1963, 44 in 1966, and 39 in 1967.
Joe DiMaggio - 1937 1948 - Can you imagine the damage he would have done left handed? Joe led the league with 46 homers in 1937 and 39 in 1948. Has a career total of 361 bombs hitting more than 30 seven times.
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