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Jimmie FOXX


A short bio from the Boston Garter Game of the Century card back: Muscular first baseman Jimmie Fox of the Philadelphia A’s is the most menacing batter in all of baseball. Called “the right-handed Babe Ruth” Foxx not only hits home runs in bunches, he also hits them almost clean out of the ballpark. Last year, after a mild slump in 1931, he almost equaled Ruth’s famous record by bashing 58 four baggers to go along with his .364 batting average and 169 runs knocked in. Jimmie is a genial soul and sociable guy, but facing him in the Game of the Century will be no picnic for any NL hurler.

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Birth Date: October 22, 1907
Birth Location: Sudlersville, MD
Death Date: July 21, 1967
Death Location: Miami FL, USA
Weight: 195 lb
Height: 6 ft 0 in
Bats: R
Throws: R
Debut Date: May 1, 1925
Final Game Date: September 23, 1945
Years Played: 21
Games Played: 2,317
At Bats: 8,134
Runs: 1,751
Hits: 2,646
Doubles: 458
Triples: 125
Home Runs: 534
RBIs: 1,922
Stolen Bases: 87
Base on Balls: 1
Batting Average: 0.325
Position: First Baseman

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