Ken Boyer

United States

Baseball

B: May 20, 1931
D: September 7, 1982

1964 National League M.V.P.

Boyer played 15 major league seasons with the Cardinals, Mets, White Sox and Dodgers. He played in seven All-Star Games while with the Cardinals (1956, '59-'64) and won five gold gloves (1958, '60-'63). In 1964, Boyer batted .295 with 24 home runs and a league-leading 119 RBI, winning the National League MVP award and helping the St. Louis Cardinals win the World Series. He concluded his career with 282 home runs and 1,141 R.B.I.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1980 Preliminary 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1981 Preliminary 3

10

3

$300

None
TOTALS
3
$300
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Points Scored

3

1981 Preliminary 3



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