George Brett

Baseball Hall of Famer with a lifetime .305 batting average
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George Brett’s 1999 induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame came as no surprise to those who mentored him throughout the years. He ended his 21 year baseball career in 1992 with an amazing 3,154 hits, 317 home runs, 665 doubles, 137 triples, and 201 stolen bases. Brett was a 13-time All-Star selection and won the American League MVP honors in 1980. He made two World Series appearances (‘80 & ‘85), and is the only player to win batting crowns in three different decades. He finished his career with a lifetime .305 batting average.