Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt
Birthdate 9/27/1949
Death Date
Debut Year 1972
Year of Induction 1995
Teams Phillies
Position Third Base

A 12-time All Star, 3-time MVP, and 10-time Gold Glover, Mike Schmidt is widely considered the greatest third baseman in MLB history.

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Mike Schmidt drove in 100 or more runs in 7 seasons; he led the league four times

Mike Schmidt drove in 100 or more runs in 7 seasons; he led the league four times

Mike Schmidt finished his Hall of Fame career with 1,595 RBI. At the time of his retirement only 19 men had more. Schmidt reached the century mark in RBI in seven seasons. From 1974-1987 he averaged 104 runs batted in per season. An All Star in 11 of those seasons, Schmidt paced the National League
Mike Schmidt's 313 homers were the most in Major League Baseball during the 1980s

Mike Schmidt's 313 homers were the most in Major League Baseball during the 1980s

A first-ballot Hall of Famer, Mike Schmidt was known for his home run hitting prowess as well as his fine glove work at the hot corner. An eight-time home run champion, Schmidt also earned ten Gold Glove Awards. The three-time MVP finished with 548 career round trippers. Schmidt was one of the best
Mike Schmidt finished among the all-time leaders in homers and runs batted in

Mike Schmidt finished among the all-time leaders in homers and runs batted in

Mike Schmidt hit 548 homer and drove in 1,595 runs during his illustrious career. Few men in baseball history have equaled those totals. Third baseman is widely considered the best to play his position. Schmidt hit 30 ore more homers in a season in 13 times. He drove in 100 or more runs in 8 differe

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