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Ralph Garr
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Baseball Player
    (December 12, 1945- )
    Born in Monroe, Louisiana
    Nicknamed 'Road Runner'
    Attended Grambling State University
    Outfielder for the Atlanta Braves (1968-1975), Chicago White Sox (1976-1979) and the California Angels (1979-1980)
    NL Batting Champion (1974)
    Two time NL Triples Champion (1974, 1975)
    He has a squeaky voice.
    He imitated Hank Aaron.
    He was struck out in his only All-Star appearance (1974).
    He retired 3 months into the 1980 season.
    He batted left-handed.
    He played football and baseball in college.
    He recorded 149 hits prior to the All-Star break during the 1974 season.
    He was given the nickname 'Road Runner' due to his speed ability.
    He retired from his playing career with 172 stolen bases.
    His hitting talent was remarkable as he could hit to any field.
    He has the most hits by a major league player who is a Grambling State University alumnus with 1,562.
    He tied a record by making 11 at-bats during an extra inning game (May 4, 1973).

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