Al Kaline Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Al Kaline Celebrity Life

Albert William Kaline or Al Kaline was an American Baseball professional. He used to play as a right fielder with the MLB outfit the Detroit Tigers. He remained with the Tigers for the entire duration of his 22 year career. He was inducted to the Hall of Fame of Baseball. He featured towards the outfield and mostly acted as the right fielder. He received 10 Gold Gloves honor and was famous for his strong throw. He was picked for All-Star games on no less than 18 times. Among these, he featured in every season between 1955 and 1967.

 

Towards the end of his playing days, he featured as a first baseman. In his final season, he was the Tigers’ hitter. He called it a day after crossing the milestone of 3000 hits. He became the commentator of Tigers’ TV right after retirement and stayed in this position till 2002. He currently works for the Detroit Tigers as an official in the front office. 

MLB Career
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Kaline skipped the minor league and went to the Tigers straight out of the high school as an 18-year-old. His debut came on July 25th in 1953 versus Philadelphia. He finished the 1955 season at an average batting score of .340.
Thereby he became the youngest ever to top the batting title of the American League. In the same season, he became the 13th person in the MLB to strike 2 home runs on the same inning.

He also held the record for becoming the youngest of al time to strike 3 home runs in one game. He completed the year with a tally of 200 hits, 102 RBIs, and 27 home runs.

He came second behind Yogi Berra for the MVP voting in the 1955 American League. He was picked for the All-Star as well.

 

 

Kaline came up with a .314 average in batting along with 128 RBIs and 27 home runs in 1956. He was also the highest assister with 18 for that year and 23 for the following year. He was struck by a pitch in 1958 and then by a ball in 1959. Both these incidents ruled him out for several games.

Mid-career

Kaline struck an average batting tally of .324 and came second in the rankings in the year 1961. He started the following season with an average batting tally of .345, 38 RBI and 13 home runs from 35 matches. He missed 57 matches due to a collar bone injury sustained while attempting a catch. He came back with 29 home runs and 94 runs driven within 100 matches.

 


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By the end of March 1963, he was back in his good form. He was hitting .373 in training. During the regular 1963 season, he struck .312, 101 RBIs, and 27 home runs. He finished second in MVP rankings that season.

Kaline sustained a broken hand bone and missed one month of action. He again sustained arm fracture to lose two months of action in 1968. Upon his return, their coach made space for him through a smart team selection move.

Kaline sustained a broken hand bone and missed one month of action. He again sustained arm fracture to lose two months of action in 1968. Upon his return, their coach made space for him through a smart team selection move.

Final seasons

In 1971, Kaline struck .294 and signed a new contract. He had declined a pay hike saying he did not deserve it since he made just .278 and 21 home runs in the year 1970.

Kaline was the 12th player in history to reach 3000 hit mark in September of 1974. He ended his playing career with 3,007 hits which were 25th on the list of all-time scorers. He ended with an average batting tally of .297while making 25 or more home runs on seven occasions.

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