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  1. James Thomas Northrup (November 24, 1939 – June 8, 2011), nicknamed "the Silver Fox" due to his prematurely graying hair, was an American Major League Baseball outfielder and left-handed batter who played for the Detroit Tigers (1964–74), Montreal Expos (1974) and Baltimore Orioles (1974–75).

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  2. Buried: Ridgelawn Cemetery, Breckenridge, MI. High School: School: Debut: (Age 24-311d, 12,317th in major league history) 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Last Game: (Age 35-307d) 1 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 0 SB. Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1965 season. Full Name: James Thomas Northrup.

    • November 24, 1939
  3. 9 de jun. de 2011 · Associated Press. By The Associated Press. June 9, 2011. DETROIT (AP) — Jim Northrup, the outfielder who hit a decisive two-run triple in Game 7 of the 1968 World Series against the St. Louis...

  4. Jim Northrup baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats, along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and biographical data presented by Baseball Almanac.

  5. 9 de jun. de 2011 · Jim Northrup, who died Wednesday at age 71, was a starting outfielder on a Detroit Tigers team that was unusually long on two-sport athletes. And those 1968 Tigers were also good enough to win...

  6. 10 de jun. de 2011 · Jim Northrup, who died Wednesday at 71, wasn’t the best of the 1968 Tigers, that swashbuckling group of partiers, motorcycle riders, airplane pilots, and Made in Michigan ballplayers who...

  7. 30 de jun. de 2023 · Jim Northrup, who played right field for much of that summer, died at age 71. Along with Norm Cash, Northrup was one of the key left-handed hitters who provided balance to a lineup featuring capable right-handed hitters like Al Kaline, Willie Horton, and Freehan.