Alan Trammell

Alan Trammell
Birthdate 02/21/1958
Death Date
Debut Year 1977
Year of Induction 2018
Teams Tigers
Position Shortstop

Alan Trammell teamed with Lou Whitaker in Detroit to set the record for turning the most double plays in the history of Major League Baseball.

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Alan Trammell gained baseball's highest honor in 2018 with his election to the Hall of Fame

Alan Trammell gained baseball's highest honor in 2018 with his election to the Hall of Fame

In his twenty-year career, Trammell batted over .300 seven time. The 6-time All Star finished his career with 185 home runs with 1,003 RBI, 1,231 runs, 2,365 hits, 412 doubles, 55 triples and 236 stolen bases and a .285 average . After his retirement, Trammell coached for Detroit and the San Diego P
Alan Trammell is in Cooperstown yet not the best player pictured on this baseball card

Alan Trammell is in Cooperstown yet not the best player pictured on this baseball card

A six-time All Star, four time Gold Glover, and three-time Silver Slugger, Alan Trammell was a great player. His career performance got him elected to Cooperstown in 2018 yet he’s not even the best player pictured on the card shown above. That honor goes to Paul Molitor, a Hall of Famer and me

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