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Al Rosen

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Al Rosen, known as "Flip" and "the Hebrew Hammer," is a Jewish baseball legend who played his entire career with the Cleveland Indians from 1947 to 1956. Rosen's formidable presence at third base was marked by a .285 career batting average, 192 home runs, and 717 RBIs. His most notable season was in 1953 when he led the American League in home runs (43), RBIs (145), and came a whisper away from winning the Triple Crown. Rosen's leadership and competitive nature not only earned him the 1953 AL MVP award by a unanimous vote, but also left a lasting legacy in baseball history as a tenacious and spirited player​.

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