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Published on May 11, 2011
Harmon Killebrew epitomized raw power. He hit an astounding 573 career round-trippers, surpassed only by Babe Ruth among American League sluggers. Over his 22-year career with the Senators, Twins and Royals, he tied or led the league in home runs six times, belted 40 or more on eight occasions and knocked in 100 or more runs nine times. Killer won the American League MVP Award in 1969, when he led the league in home runs, RBIs, walks and on-base percentage.
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