Steve Yeager

United States

Baseball

B: November 24, 1948

1981 World Series M.V.P.

In 15 seasons, all but one with the Dodgers, Yeager played in four World Series. Yeager played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1972-'85) and Seattle Mariners (1986). He is credited with inventing the dangling throat protector on the catcher's mask after a freak accident where he was hit in the neck with part of the bat while in the on deck circle. Yeager was named co-M.V.P. of the 1981 World Series with Ron Cey and Pedro Guerrero. He finished his career with a .228 batting average and 102 home runs.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
1
$6,200
1975 Superteams Final
1
$8,000
 
1978 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
2
$4,000
TOTALS
$18,200

PERSONAL BESTS
Superteams Obstacle Course
26.56
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary


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