Ken Singleton

Ken Singleton
Birthdate 06/10/1947
Death Date
Debut Year 1970
Year of Induction
Teams Expos, Mets, Orioles
Position Right Field

Ken Singleton had four top-10 and two top-3 MVP finishes; his lifetime numbers include 2,029 hits, a .388 on-base percentage, and a 132 OPS+.

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Ken Singleton played his first two years with the New York Mets then three with the Montreal Expos

Ken Singleton played his first two years with the New York Mets then three with the Montreal Expos

New York City native Ken Singleton was selected by the Mets as the third overall pick in the 1967 first-year player draft. He progressed quickly in the minor leagues and made his big league debut in 1970. In his two seasons in the Big Apple, the switch-hitter had 600 plate appearances and posted a r
During his decade in Baltimore, Singleton made 3 All Star teams and won the 1983 World Series

During his decade in Baltimore, Singleton made 3 All Star teams and won the 1983 World Series

Once in Baltimore, Ken Singleton’s career took flight. Manager Earl Weaver put him in the leadoff spot in ’75 and Singleton responded well. His 176 hits and 118 walks led the Orioles. Singleton hit an even .300 with a .415 on-base percentage and a 153 OPS+. Team announcers and writers vo

One response to “Ken Singleton”

  1. J kaufman says:

    My favorite player…used to watch the Mets games with my grandfather.

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