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Baseball Player
    His nickname was 'The Honker.'
    He named his son after himself.
    He chewed Beech Nut tobacco.
    He led the NL in strike outs with 85 (1948).
    He committed a career high of 11 errors as an outfielder in the 1954 season.
    His numbers went into decline following the 1955 season.
    He served in World War II with the U.S. Coast Guard.
    His brother, Ed, also played in the major leagues.
    He was part of the Cubs' 'Quicksand Kids' outfield trio that included Ralph Kiner and Frank Baumholtz.
    He smacked 3 home runs off of Curt Simmons on two occasions (August 28, 1950 and June 11, 1952).
    He was a fan favorite during his time with the Cubs as he was nicknamed 'The Mayor of Wrigley Field.'
    He recorded a career high of 41 home runs in the 1954 season.
    He was one of the original players of the San Francisco Giants.

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