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Rod Carew
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Baseball Player
    (October 1, 1945- )
    Played for the Minnesota Twins (1967-1978) and the California Angels (1979-1985)
    American League Rookie of the Year (1967)
    American League MVP (1977)
    3,053 hits and a lifetime .328 batting average
    He never played in a World Series.
    Despite being a mediocre fielder, he complained when he was overlooked in the Gold Glove Award balloting.
    Despite hitting for a high batting average, he was never effective at producing runs.
    His departure from the Twins and the Angels were both bitter.
    He stole home plate seven times in 1969.
    He won seven batting titles.
    His 1977, .388 average is one of the highest of the post-World War II era.
    He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot.
    His daughter died of leukemia at eighteen.

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