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    Eddie Clarence Murray (born February 24, 1956), nicknamed "Steady Eddie", is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman, designated hitter, and coach. Spending most of his MLB career with the Baltimore Orioles, he ranks fourth in team history in both games played and hits.

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  2. Last Game: (Age 41-208d) 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2003. (Voted by BBWAA on 423/496 ballots) View Eddie Murray's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1977 season. Agents: Ron Shapiro.

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  3. 23 de fev. de 2022 · Relive the highlights of Eddie Murray's 21-year career as a switch-hitting first baseman and outfielder for the Orioles, Dodgers and three other clubs. See his Hall of Fame induction, 500-homer club, 3,000-hit milestone and more.

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  4. Fullname: Eddie Clarence Murray. Nickname: Steady Eddie. Born: 2/24/1956 in Los Angeles, CA. Draft: 1973, Baltimore Orioles, Round: 3, Overall Pick: 63. High School: Locke, Los Angeles, CA. Debut: 4/07/1977. Hall of Fame: 2003. Relationship (s): brother of Rich Murray.

  5. Eddie Clarence Murray (nascido em 24 de fevereiro de 1956), apelidado de "Steady Eddie", é um ex-jogador da Major League Baseball (MLB) que atuou como primeira base e rebatedor designado. Passou a maior parte de sua carreira na MLB jogando pelo Baltimore Orioles, onde está na quarta posição na história do time em partidas ...

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  6. Eddie Murray was a switch-hitting first baseman and designated hitter who played 21 seasons in the major leagues. He recorded 3,000 hits and 500 home runs, won three Gold Gloves, and helped the Orioles and Indians win World Series.

  7. 6 de set. de 2021 · Eddie Murray became only the third player in baseball history to record 3,000 hits and 500 homers, joining Hank Aaron and Willie Mays. He achieved the feat on September 6, 1996, in his second stint with the Orioles, after a long and consistent career as a switch-hitter.