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21. Mike Scioscia

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Playing 13 seasons, he had a .344 OBP (.407 in 1985, second in the NL only to Pedro Guerrero) and an unparalleled reputation for blocking the plate. His ninth-inning home run in Game 4 of the '88 NLCS kept the Dodgers' World Series hopes alive.