Bauer dies; helped Yankees win 7 World Series titles
NEW YORK -- Hank Bauer, the tough ex-Marine who set a World Series record with a 17-game hitting streak for the New York Yankees and later managed the Baltimore Orioles to the 1966 title, died Friday. He was 84.
Bauer died in the Kansas City area, where he made his home, Yankees spokesman Jason Zillo said.
During 14 seasons in the major leagues, a career that spanned
from 1948-61, Bauer became a three-time All-Star outfielder,
helping the Yankees win seven World Series ...
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