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-Eight-time All Star
-Six-time Top 10 MVP
-.540 slugging percentage (37th all-time)
-.919 OPS (50th all-time)
-3,865 total bases (87th all-time)
-407 home runs (41st all-time)
-1,333 RBI (77th all-time)
-1,481 runs scored (74th all-time)
-850 extra-base hits (65th all-time)
-17.6 at-bats per home run (59th all-time)
-Dodgers career leader in home runs (389), RBI (1,271), strikeouts (1,123), and extra-base hits (814)
-Holds Dodgers single-season record for most intentional walks (26 in 1956)
-Only player to hit four home runs (or more) in two different World Series (1952, 1955)
-One of only two major leaguers with over 1,000 RBI during the 1950s.
-Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1980
Read an obituary here.
See his career stats here.