Al Kaline, grandson share a baseball memory
NORWICH, Conn. -- Al Kaline recorded 3,007 hits and 399 home runs during his 22 seasons with the Detroit Tigers.
He remains the youngest batting champion in major league history, having won the AL crown at age 20 in 1955. He helped lead the Tigers to victory in the 1968 World Series. One of the finest defensive right fielders ever, he became the 10th player to be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1980.
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