Jim Wynn

United States

Baseball

B: March 12, 1942

Three time National League All-Star

Known as the "Toy Cannon" as a home run hitter for the Houston Astros in the late 1960's and early 1970's, Wynn came to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1974 and became an all-star and a part of their pennant winning team. He won the National League Comeback Player of the year Award that season when he hit 32 home runs and had 108 RBI and finished 5th in M.V.P. voting. Wynn retired after splitting the 1977 season with the New York Yankees and Milwaukee brewers. he finished his career with 291 home runs. In 2005, his number 24 was retired by the Astros.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1975 Preliminary 2
8
12
$1,200
None
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
1
$6,200
 
1975 Superteams Final
1
$8,000
 
TOTALS
12
$15,400

 

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis
9th
1975 Preliminary 2
Swimming - 50 Meters

37.63

1975 Preliminary 2
Swimming - 100 Meters

1:59.78

1975 Preliminary 2
100 Yard Dash

11.06

1975 Preliminary 2
Half Mile Run

2:38.6

1975 Preliminary 2
Obstacle Course
27.5
1975 Preliminary 2
Superteams Obstacle Course
25.10
1975 Superteams Baseball Preliminary
Points Scored

12

1975 Preliminary 2


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