George Brett

United States

Baseball

B: May 15, 1953

Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame

In 21 seasons, all with the Kansas City Royals (1973-'93), Brett was a 12 time all-star (1976-'86, '88) and became the first man to win batting titles in three decades (1977, '80, '90). In 1980, Brett was selected as the American League M.V.P. when he hit .390 with 24 homers, 118 R.B.I. and a .664 slugging percentage. His career totals are: .305 average, 3154 hits, 317 homers, 1,595 RBI, 1583 runs scored and 665 doubles. Brett led the Royals to their first World Series title in 1985. He was selected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1978 Preliminary 2
4
25
$2,500
N/A
1978 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
1
$6,200
1978 Superteams Final
=1
 
$6,300
 
1979 Preliminary 2
4
N/A
N/A
N/A
1979 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
1
$6,400
1979 Superteams Final
1
$8,500
1980 Preliminary 1
3
27
$3,950
N/A
1981 Preliminary 2

4

16

$1,600

None
1981 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
2
$3,800
TOTALS
68
$39,250
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Rowing
45.64
1978 Preliminary 2
Points Scored
27
1980 Preliminary 1


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