Nicknamed "Killer", Harmon Clayton Killebrew was born in Payette, Idaho on June 29, 1936 and became one of the most prolific power hitters in the history of major league baseball. He played 22 years with the Washington Senators, Minnesota Twins, and Kansas City Royals, was a 13 time All-Star, and won the American League MVP in 1969. He was elected to the Hall Of Fame in 1984, and his signature swing became the logo for Major League Baseball.

Harmon Killebrew - Career Stats

   G   AB    R    H  2B 3B  HR  RBI SB   BB    K .AVG .OBP .SLG
2435 8147 1283 2086 290 24 573 1584 19 1559 1699 .256 .376 .509

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