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Al Oliver AS-7AW-11WS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1968-1985
Positions: OF-1376, 1B-733, DH-200
Proper Name: Albert Oliver Jr.
Born: October 14, 1946 (68.071) in Portsmouth, Ohio
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 195 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Portsmouth (Portsmouth,OH)
Drafted: 1964 -- Signed as free agent by Pittsburgh Pirates
MLB Debut:September 23,1968 (21.344)
TBC Player ID:16137
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Organizations:PIT, TEX, MON, PHI, SFN, LAN, TOR
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speed contact patience batting power
48.31 82.12 19.5 86.88 59.44
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  • Awards for Al Oliver
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1974MLBNational League Player of the WeekAugust 12-August 18Award History
    1975MLBNational League Player of the WeekJune 30-July 6Award History
    1976MLBNational League Player of the WeekJune 7-June 13Award History
    1976MLBNL Player of the MonthJuneAward History
    1980MLBAL Silver Slugger AwardOFAward History
    1980MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekSeptember 15-September 21Award History
    1981MLBAL Silver Slugger AwardDHAward History
    1981MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekMay 25-May 31Award History
    1982MLBNational League Player of the WeekAugust 9-August 15Award History
    1982MLBNL Player of the MonthJuneAward History
    1982MLBNL Silver Slugger Award1BAward History

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