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  1. 3 de jul. de 2009 · by Bill Dow on July 3, 2009. A key figure in the Detroit Tiger’s magical 1968 season was left handed hitting outfielder Jim Northrup who is best remembered for his two out, two run seventh inning triple off of Cardinals’ ace Bob Gibson that broke a scoreless tie in game seven of the World Series. With a 4-1 win, the Tigers captured their ...

  2. Jim Northrup compiled a career batting average of .304 with 55 home runs and 315 RBI in his 543-game career with the Decatur Commodores, Duluth-Superior Dukes, Knoxville Smokies and Syracuse Chiefs. He began playing during the 1961 season and last took the field during the 1964 campaign.

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  4. 8 de jun. de 2011 · Former Detroit Tigers outfielder Jim Northrup, who hit a decisive two-run triple in Game 7 of the 1968 World Series, has died. He was 71.

  5. If you are aware of any other unusual, less known, not as publicized baseball awards won by Jim Northrup please contact us with details. If you are the type of fan who truly enjoys intelligent debate and thinks you can teach others why Jim Northrup did or did not deserve the International League Rookie of the Year in 1964, join us on Baseball Fever .

  6. Jim Northrup Every game played with complete stats, links to box scores and automated row summing for 1974