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  1. 1 de set. de 2011 · A feared left-handed slugger, Eddie Mathews became the seventh player in Major League history to hit 500 home runs, finishing his career with 512. He wallope...

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  2. 2 de set. de 2020 · EDWIN LEE MATHEWS was born in Texarkana, Texas in 1931. His pop, Ed, a telegraph operator for the railroad, moved the family to Santa Barbara, California in 1935. Eddie learned baseball under the warm California sun through the tutelage of not just his father, but his mom, Eloise, who was a baseball fan as well.

  3. 19 de fev. de 2001 · Eddie Mathews, Braves' Hall of Fame third baseman who hit 512 home runs, dies at age 69; Mathews teamed with Hank Aaron to form most productive power-hitting combination in baseball history; photo (M)

  4. エドウィン・リー・マシューズ ( Edwin Lee Mathews, 1931年 10月13日 - 2001年 2月18日 )は アメリカ合衆国 テキサス州 テクサーカナ 出身の元 プロ野球選手 ( 内野手 )。. ポジションは 三塁手 。. 屈指の強打者であり、通算512本塁打は後に マイク・シュミット に ...

  5. 17 de fev. de 2001 · "Eddie Mathews was my hero," New York Yankees manager Joe Torre, who played with Mathews from 1960-66, said during last year's postseason. "He was captain and I always called him that."

  6. Mathews played for the Braves Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta - the only one to do so. Shown here are three Topps baseball cards from 1958, 1961, and 1963. Eddie Mathews spent 15 years with the Braves, following the franchise from Boston to Milwaukee and finally Atlanta. Mathews finished his career with 512 homers, 1,453 RBI and 2,315 hits.

  7. Eddie Mathews, American professional baseball third baseman who is the only person to have played for the Braves franchise in all three of the cities it has called home: Boston (1952), Milwaukee (1953–65), and Atlanta (1966).