Roy White

United States

Baseball

B: December 27, 1943

Two-Time American League All-Star

In 15 seasons as a leftfielder for the New York Yankees (1965-'79), White was selected an All-Star in 1969 and '70. He led the American League in runs scored in 1976 with 104, helping the Yankees win the pennant and was a member of two World Championship teams. He totaled 1,803 hits and a .271 career average. After leaving the Yankees, White played for the Yomuri Giants from 1980-'82.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1977 Preliminary 2
9
14
$1,400
None
TOTALS
14
$1,400
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis
3rd
1977 Preliminary 2
Weight Lifting
160
1977 Preliminary 2
Bowling

157

1977 Preliminary 2
100 Yard Dash
10.90
1977 Preliminary 2
Half Mile Run

3:48.1

1977 Preliminary 2
Obstacle Course
33.48
1977 Preliminary 2
Points Scored

14

1977 Preliminary 2


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