Eddie Murray

United States

Baseball

B: February 24, 1956

Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame

The 1977 American League Rookie of the Year, Murray was the runner-up for M.V.P. voting in 1982 and'83. He was an All-Star in 1978, '81-'86 and '91. Murray won three Gold Glove Awards (1982-'84) and three Silver Sluggers (1983, '84, '90). Murray played 21 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles (1977-'88, '96), Los Angeles Dodgers ('89-'91, '97), New York Mets ('92-'93), Cleveland Indians (1994-'96) and Anaheim Angels ('97). He finished his career with 3,255 hits and 504 home runs, one of only four players with 3,000 hits and 500 home runs. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1980 Superteams Baseball Preliminary

1

$6,400

1980 Superteams Final

2

N/A

TOTALS

 

$6,400

 

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