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Extractions: Born: February 22, 1934, at Bridgewater, South Dakota. Connie Mack and John McGraw With Anderson at the helm for nine seasons, the Reds won 863 games, four pennants, and won more than 90 games seven times. Spurred by a lineup that included Joe Morgan , Pete Rose, and Johnny Bench , the Big Red Machine averaged more than 100 wins per season from 1972 through 1976. Anderson guided the team to World Series victories in 1975, a dramatic, hard-fought win over the Red Sox; and 1976, a dominating sweep of the Yankees. After the 1978 season Anderson left the Reds. The next year he joined the Detroit Tigers in mid-season and picked up where he had left off, posting a winning record in each of his first 10 years with Detroit. In 1984 his inspired Tigers team, led by Jack Morris, Alan Trammell, and Lou Whitaker, defeated the San Diego Padres in the World Series. The key moment came in Game 5, when Kirk Gibson hit the series-winning home run off ace reliever Goose Gossage.
Extractions: Tony Perez greeted sophomore right hander Jacob Barrack with a sacrifice fly to center that scored Assael with what proved to be the game-winning run. The Toreros added an insurance run on a single to left field by Joe Lima. Perez (3-4) also earned the win as he allowed one hit and held Pepperdine scoreless over the final three innings.
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Extractions: Perez was one of baseball's most popular players over a 23-year major league career. His greatest fame came as a vital member of Cincinnati's powerful "Big Red Machine" during the 1970s. His home run in Game Seven of the 1975 World Series helped lead the Reds to the title. "Big Dog" was traded to the Expos after the '76 championship season, and the Reds dynasty was all but over.
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Extractions: Though stat-geeks like Bill James criticized Anderson for being a push-button manager, Sparky is the only man to lead teams in both major leagues to World Series titles, and also 100 wins. Four times he was named Manager of the Year, and his career win total is the third highest in history. Sparky is the all-time victory leader for two franchises, the Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers. Sparky proved he was no slouch in the World Series he defeated Dick Williams and Billy Martin, two of the best managers of that era.
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Extractions: Height: 6'2" Weight: 205 "He's the best clutch hitter I've ever seen," former manager and Hall of Famer, Sparky Anderson. Related Stories Full coverage of the 2000 Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Tony Perez career stats and highlights Cincinnati will retire Tony Perez's number 24. Atanasio "Tany" Perez is considered one of the greatest Latino baseball players to ever play the game. The Cuban born began his distinguished 23 year career with the Cincinnati Reds in 1964 and soon after was known as one of baseball's best clutch hitters and RBI-men of the 1970s. At the age of 17, Perez signed with the Cincinnati Reds while he was still in Cuba, receiving no signing bonus, but got a plane ticket plus $2.50 for an exit visa. Never have been away his home before, his mother didn't want him to go, because of her love for Tony. But he wanted to make it in baseball and be great at it like his favorite player, Minnie Minoso who was idolized in Cuba back in the 40's. When he reported to Geneva, N.Y. in 1960 for his first spring of minor-league ball, it was so cold, Perez recalls I could feel it in my bones, how I missed the heat of my country and the love of my family.
Extractions: Career Highlights Drove in 90 runs 11 years in a row. No hitter in the last 50 years ever matched that streak. Was MVP in the 1967 All-Star Game for hitting a game-winning home run. His 1652 career RBI's is currently #18 in Major League Baseball history and #1 among current Baseball Hall of Famers - more than Mantle, Ruth or Aaron. Belted three home runs in the 1975 WS against the Red Sox. Played in 5 World Series. Appeared in seven All-Star Games. Was 2nd in RBI's in 1970 with 129. Topped 100 RBI's 6 times for the Big Red Machine. Hit over 20 home runs 9 times in his career. In 1970, hits the first home run in the Pirates new ball park Three River Stadium in Pittsburgh. His #24 was retired by the Cincinnati Reds on May 27, 2000.
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