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Wash Senator Opening Day Lineups '61-71
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Last season. Not related to Bob Newhart's neighbor!
1956-8 HR in 8 consec games
Led AL in Sac Hits 1961
1st AB, H & R for Senators, 1st non-P/C drafted by Was in expansion draft, Nickname is a 'hoot!'
Brother Bobby Played for Reds/Mets, Nickname should have been Santa
Won 5 WS Championships w/ Yankees 49-53
Topps All-Star Rookie Team 1959 w/ O's
Son's wife was a Real Housewife of Orange County
1961-Led AL in ERA
Played for orig Senators for 16 years
NOT the former Det Lions Coach
1958-was 1st Left-Handed throwing catcher in 56 years
Managed Seattle 1984-86
Member of 1966 Oriole championship team, did not play in WS
1950-Pit, 3rd in NL Rookie of the Year
Former Oriole, traded to Indians after 11G 1962
Fear Strikes Out
Hit .310 1962, last Senator above .300
1957 (Pit)-started last game in Ebbets Field
AL Record for career G, PO, A, DP, TC at 1B
1961 (Pit)-HR in 1st ML AB
Played DB for Packers/Redskins 64-69
Traded to Dodgers mid-63, on bench for WS
High School teammate of Pete Rose
Nickname same as C. Montgomery Burns' teddy bear
Played in 5 decades 1949-80. Yes, there is a tilde.
1st new Senator to hit 20 HR (27 in 1963)
#32, Honored on Washington Wall of Stars
2nd in AL in Losses (19)-1963, 1 of 3 'Dons' in 1963 line up
Played in 4 decades (39-60)
4 season ML career-all w/ Was
Father-in-law = Walker Cooper
NOT PT-109 Skipper
AL-All star 1964
Set new Was HR record w/ 28 in 1964
1964-Only new Senator to ever hit for cycle
2x 20-G winner w/ Dodgers
Not Hall in Fame, but has been considered
Son Mike played 1987-95
1965 version of Franklin Pierce Adam's poem would be Eddie to Blaze to Bob
1958-NL All Star w/ Reds
1972-9th in AL MVP even though he hit .205
Part of 6 player blockbuster trade that helped both teams
Seats where upper deck HRs were hit--painted blue
Later played w/ Phillies and Red Sox
Also played for SF, Cle, Bal
Part of the 6 person blockbuster trade, all of whom are on this list
2nd in HR/RBIs in ML in 1950s
Caught Sandy Koufax's 3rd no-hitter
Hit .345 for StL 1959 (led NL in OBP .453)
Also played for Pit, KCA & LAA, weak-hint-To be or not to be & Luke Skywalker
1973-AL All star
Played in 1974 NLCS for his original team
Nickname derived from John Wayne movie
Managed in Red Sox minor league system
1966-21st in MVP voting
1962-ML debut-K'd 1st 6 batters he faced
Think Boys of Summer
Dolph's little boy
1962-Topps All Star Rookie team w/ Min, Have a 'weekend' at his place!
Brother Chuck, C for White Sox & Pirates
16 year ML career w/ LAD, Was, Cal, Oak, & Mil
1960-NL Rookie of the Year
Think Feb 14th!
Played for SFG, Was & Cle, 1st/middle name-Charles Andrew
All Star 1966 & 67, Losing Pitcher 1967.
Think Amazin' Mets
Played for Bal, Was, Oak, Tex & Cal
Once traded from Mil to Cle for Max Alvis
1960 AL ROY, 1968-Unassisted TP
Hit 20+HR twice
1968-10 HR in 20 ABs
Father-MLB C Al
Played for Was & Bal
Played for both Senator teams, 5x all-star
2x all star w/ orig Senators
1967-AL All Star (did not play)
1969-2nd different new Senator player to hit 30+HR in a season
Traded for same player 2x w/in 1 year (1968 starting SS)
2nd lowest career BA post 1930, w/ 5000+ ABs
Later traded for Frank Robinson (Cal-LAD)
Gave up #9 so Mgr could wear it, Took #33
1969-Led AL in triples (8)
Led Was w/ 12 SB in 1969 & 29 in 1970
'Most feared curveball in AL for 18 years' by his 1969 Mgr
1969-Led Senators to only .500+ season
Father of Raul
Nickname was 'Superjew'
Asked girlfriend to get married during game while coaching 1B for White Sox
Last original New Senator (1961-70)
Traded in 1970 for original A-Rod
Think Tape-Measure HRs
1980-Hit .455 in post season w/ Phl
Brother-Richie, I mean Dick
1969-Led AL in ERA
US Marine pilot in WWII & Korea
1973-caught Phil Niekro's no-hitter
1972-During ALCS/WS wore black arm band in honor of Israeli athletes murdered at Munich Olympics.
Member of 1972 Champion A's
Was last New Senator still playing in Major Leagues (1986)
3B for Bos in 1967 WS
Hit last HR for Senators at RFK
Major figure in baseball Free Agency history
Part of 1971 blockbuster trade coming to Was from Det w/ Denny McLain
1974-Pitched no-hitter, missed perfect game due to his own error
Also played in 4 decades (1939-60)
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