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    John Robert Mize (January 7, 1913 – June 2, 1993), nicknamed "Big Jawn" and "the Big Cat", was an American professional baseball player, coach and scout. He played as a first baseman in Major League Baseball (MLB) for 15 seasons between 1936 and 1953, losing three seasons to military service during World War II.

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  2. 7 de jan. de 2011 · Position: First Baseman. Bats: Left • Throws: Right. 6-2 , 215lb (188cm, 97kg) Born: January 7, 1913 in Demorest, GA. Died: June 2, 1993 in Demorest, GA. Buried: Yonah View Memorial Gardens, Demorest, GA. School: Debut: (Age 23-100d, 7,983rd in major league history) 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB.

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  3. John Robert "Johnny" Mize (7 de janeiro de 1913 – 2 de junho de 1993), apelidado de Big Jawn e The Big Cat, foi um jogador profissional de beisebol que atuou como primeira base pelo St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants e o New York Yankees. Jogou na Major League Baseball (MLB) por 15 temporadas, entre 1936 e 1953, perdendo três ...

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  4. Johnny Mize was a power-hitting first baseman who played for the Cardinals, Giants and Yankees from 1936 to 1953. He led the NL in home runs four times, batting average once and RBI twice, and won five World Series titles with the Yankees.

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  5. Johnny Mize Bio. Fullname: John Robert Mize; Nickname: The Big Cat; Born: 1/07/1913 in Demorest, GA; College: Piedmont College; Debut: 4/16/1936; Hall of Fame: 1981; Died: 6/02/1993

  6. 4 de jan. de 2012 · Learn about the life and career of Johnny Mize, one of the greatest hitters in baseball history. He hit 50 or more home runs in a season in 1947, a feat that still stands today. He played for the Cardinals, Giants, and Yankees, and was a ten-time All-Star. He also reinvented himself as a pinch-hitter and a first baseman.

  7. Johnny Mize was a solid first baseman with a powerful swing behind the plate. He was dubbed “The Big Cat” early in his career because of his poise and ease in the field along with his graceful stance at bat. Mize played professional ball for 22 years and is remembered for his impressive hitting career.