Made 23 starts at DH; batted .206 with 3 HR's and 15 RBI for the season.
Boston Red Sox
Last meaningful season of his HOF career; hit 20 HR's and finished 15th in AL MVP balloting.
In 99 games for the Angels, hit .265 with just 3 HR's.
Chicago White Sox
Best years spent as an All-Star 2nd baseman; hit just .200 and was shipped to Oakland to finish out his career.
Decent catcher/1st baseman for his 13-year career; hit .270 with 14 HR's and and 68 RBIin '73.
Pinch-hitter extraordinaire, the DH was a perfect position for him; only managed to hit .236 for the season but slugged 12 HR's.
Kansas City Royals
'Spanky' was quite a versatile utility player; logged time as a catcher, 1st baseman and outfielder over his 16 seasons.
'Downtown' only went downtown 7 times on the season, but did hit .280 in 97 games.
Arguably one of the greatest hitters of his generation; had a cannon arm to match; unfortunately knee injuries limited him to DH the rest of his career; hit .291 with 16 HR's in '73.
New York Yankees
Officially the first DH in history, 'Boomer' hit for a .329 avg with 12 HR's, logging 99 hits in 100 games.
The A's utilized the DH as another way to steal bases; a .285 hitter for the season, Billy played mostly CF and swiped 53 bases.
The prototypical DH, 'Beeg Boy' came back from injury and illness to hit just .232 for the season, but would enjoy great success in later years as a DH in Cleveland, Oakland and Toronto, hitting over .300 twice more and crushing 31 HR's in 1978.