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I framed the autographed picture she enclosed with the letter, and even to this day it has the ability to make me feel as if I’m hanging on to that good feeling just a little longer...
And your brother, your hero, is lugging a duffel bag full of undone work to an office job where his biggest thrill in many months has been finding and correcting a misspelling of the proper noun Yastrzemski.
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  Official Website of Carl Yastrzemski - Biography
Carl Michael Yastrzemski, better known as "Yaz" or "Captain Carl", was born on August 22, 1939 in Southhampton, Long Island.
In 1961, Yastrzemski finally arrived in the Major Leagues as the heir apparent to the legendary Ted Williams in left field.
For 23 years, Yastrzemski proudly wore his famous "#8" for the Red Sox, with his extraordinary batting style and his unmatched skill in patrolling the grounds in front of the Green Monster.
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  The Ballplayers - Carl Yastrzemski | BaseballLibrary.com
Signed as a shortstop off the Notre Dame campus in February 1959, Yastrzemski replaced Ted Williams in left field for the Boston Red Sox in 1961 and followed him into the Hall of Fame in 1989.
When he retired after 23 years, Yastrzemski ranked first in career games (3,308), third in at-bats (11,988) and walks (1,845), sixth in total bases (5,539), seventh in hits (3,419) and doubles (646), and ninth in RBI (1,844).
In addition, Yastrzemski was a great fielder with a strong arm who made himself expert in playing the tricky caroms off the Green Monster, Fenway Park's left field wall.
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  Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Yastrzemski (born August 22, 1939) was a professional American baseball player.
Yastrzemski and the Red Sox[?] would suffer another World Series loss in 1975, losing 4 games to 3 to the Cincinnati Reds.
Yastrzemski was a star defensive player, winning seven Gold Glove awards in his career.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Baseball with HOF 89 Inscription   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Baseball with HOF 89 Inscription
Carl Yazstrzemski was a life time member of the Boston Red Sox.
Carl spent 23 seasons with the Red Sox where he was an 18 time All-Star, a 7 time Gold Glove winner, 1967 Triple Crown winner, and was the 1967 AL MVP.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Summary
Carl Yastrzemski is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Yastrzemski enjoyed his best season in 1967, when he won the American League Triple Crown with a.326 batting average, 44 home runs (tied with Harmon Killebrew) and 121 RBI.
Yastrzemski retired in 1983 at the age of 44.
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 Carl Yastrzemski - SoSH | Boston Red Sox | Red Sox Rumors | Spring Training | Pawtucket Red Sox
Carl Michael Yastrzemski was born August 22, 1939 in Southampton, New York.
In 1959 Yastrzemski signed with the Red Sox organization, which sent him to the minor-league Raleigh Capitals where he led the league with a.377 batting average and winning League MVP honors.
Yastrzemski enjoyed his best season in 1967, when he won the American League Triple Crown with a.326 batting average, 44 home runs (tied with Harmon Killebrew) and 121 RBI.
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 Carl Yastrzemski-The Last Triple Crown Winner - Associated Content
Carl Yastrzemski had continued his hot hitting, batting.400 with 5 RBI in the Series; he struck out only once in 29 plate appearances.
Carl Yastrzemski became particularly adept at pretending he had a bead on a ball, turn and play it off the "Green Monster" and fire a strike to second or third to nab the decoyed runner.
Carl Yastrzemski would make the final out, as he would in the famous Bucky Dent home run game of 1978, as he would never realize his dream of a world championship for himself and his friend, Tom Yawkey.
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 ESPN Classic - Yaz lifted Sox
Carl Yastrzemski began his major league baseball career under similar duress, replacing Ted Williams as the Boston Red Sox leftfielder in 1961.
Yastrzemski was born on Aug. 22, 1939, in Southampton, Long Island, the first of two sons born to Carl Yastrzemski Sr.
Yastrzemski went 7-for-8 as the Red Sox beat the Twins on the last two days of the season and when Detroit lost the second game of a doubleheader to California on the final day, the Red Sox won the pennant.
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 Wikinfo | Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Michael Yastrzemski (born August 22, 1939 in Southampton, New York, United States) was a Major League Baseball player.
Carl Yastrzemski's best year was in 1967, when he won the American League Triple Crown, with an average of.326, 44 home runs and 126 RBI.
Yastrzemski and the Boston Red Sox would suffer another World Series loss in 1975, losing 4 games to 3 to the Cincinnati Reds.
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Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Baseball Bat with HOF 1989 Inscription
Carl spent 23 seasons with the Red Sox where he was an 18 time All-Star, a 7 time Gold Glove winner, 1967 Triple Crown winner, and was the 1967 AL MVP.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Posters
Here are Carl Yastrzemski posters and photos at AllPosters.
If you still can't find the Carl Yastrzemski poster you're looking for, you could ask in the Red Sox discussion forum if anybody else knows who sells them.
By the way, if you're looking to sell a Carl Yastrzemski poster, good old eBay is probably still your best bet.
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 Amazon.frĀ : Carl Yastrzemski: Baseball's Last Triple Crown Winner: Livres en anglais: George Sullivan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
By the time the tenacious son of a potato farmer hung up his spikes in 1983, fans in Beantown and throughout the United States had no doubts that Yaz was one of a kind, a working-man’s hero whose impact on the game can still be seen today.
In addition to the brilliance of 1967 and his three batting crowns, Yastrzemski’s consistency and work ethic resulted in his election to baseball’s Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1989.
Carl Yastrzemski: Baseball’s Last Triple Crown Winner is a recollection of Yaz’s life, times, and career as told in the words of dozens of former teammates and opponents, coaches, friends, civic leaders, acquaintances, associates, and others who have known him over the years.
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 1967 Carl Yastrzemski Wins A.L. Triple Crown - Baseball player Baseball Digest - Find Articles
Carl Yastrzemski batted under.300 more full seasons (17) than any man in baseball history.
But perhaps Carl Yastrzemski's most significant achievement was that he managed to overcome the bizarre handicap of having that one transcendent season.
In 1967, Carl Yastrzemski showed what grace and determination under athletic pressure could produce, and while he never again had an all-around season like that, neither has anyone else.
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 Carl Yastrzemski - Images and Biography
Still, Carl Yastrzemski’s greatest accomplishment may be his ability to emerge from the shadow of Ted Williams and claim a piece of Fenway Park’s left field for his own.
After 21 seasons without a pennant, and a forgettable ninth-place finish in the 1966 season, the Red Sox were in a pennant race with a week remaining.
Yastrzemski almost single-handedly carried the club in the final month of the season.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Quotes by Baseball Almanac
Baseball Almanac is pleased to present an unprecedented collection of baseball related quotations spoken by Carl Yastrzemski and about Carl Yastrzemski.
In 1967 Carl Yastrzemski won the Triple Crown and no player has won it since.
Did you know that Carl Yastrzemski holds the Major League record for lowest batting average (.301) that was still high enough to win the batting championship?
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 DUSTBIN September 12, 1979 - Carl Yastrzemski's 3,000th career hit - Brief Article Sporting News, The - Find Articles
Carl Yastrzemski collected his 3,000th career hit on a groundball single to right in the eighth inning off Jim Beattie of the Yankees.
Yastrzemski, who had gone hitless in 12 straight plate appearances after hit No. 2,999, became the first American Leaguer with both 3,000 hits and 400 home runs.
He also won a Gold Glove and was named MVE Yastrzemski played his entire 23-year career with Boston, and he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1989.
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 Heritage Highlights... SPOTLIGHT ON: Carl Yastrzemski
The son of a potato farmer, Carl Michael Yastrzemski was born on August 22, 1939 in Southhampton, Long Island.
Yastrzemski was immediately assigned to Raleigh of the Carolina League and responded by leading the league in batting with a.377 average.
By 1961, Yastrzemski arrived in the Major Leagues as the heir apparent to the legendary Ted Williams in left field.
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 Carl Yastrzemski | The BASEBALL Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Arriving in 1961 to replace Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzremski eventually won the hearts of Boston fans, and became arguably more popular than Williams.
Ted Williams was the LF prior to Yaz...
Yastrzemski sent the trophy back and was promised a replacement.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Photos and Pictures -
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 Carl Yastrzemski | National Baseball Hall of Fame
When Carl Yastrzemski retired in 1983 after 23 seasons in Boston, he was the all-time Red Sox leader in eight major categories - games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, total bases, RBI and extra base hits.
A three-time batting champion, Yastrzemski was the American League MVP in 1967 when he won the Triple Crown, batting.326 with 121 RBI and 44 home runs.
View the Hall of Fame ballot from the year Carl Yastrzemski was inducted.
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 Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Baseball w/HOF 89 Inscription at Hall Of Fame Memorabilia
Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Baseball w/HOF 89 Inscription at Hall Of Fame Memorabilia
Description: Carl Yazstrzemski was a life time member of the Boston Red Sox.
Carl Yastrzemski, Jason Varitek & Jim Rice Autographed Baseball (LE of 216)
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 Carl Yastrzemski Game-Worn Red Sox Cap
Carl Yastrzemski spent his entire 23-year career with the Boston Red Sox, a feat unheard of nowadays.
Winner of the elusive Triple Crown in 1967, Yaz was an intense performer who could single-handedly put the team on his back and carry them.
According to our authenticator, the "8" on the underside of the brim is consistent with other known Yastrzemski game-worn caps.
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 Boston Red Sox Carl Yastrzemski
No American Leaguer played more games; Yastrzemski is the only AL player to hit 400 HR and 3,000 hits during his career.
Also regarded as an excellent fielder, he led the AL in outfield assists seven consecutive seasons and was selected as a Gold Glove OF in 1963, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, and 1977.
The 18th player to be elected to the Hall of Fame on the first ballot, his number 8 was formally retired in 1989.
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