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Extractions: Subscribe to our mailing list In three years, over 120 million pages served, help us serve 120 million more. Sponsor this page for $65. Batting Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG TB SH SF IBB HBP GDP ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 1977 19 DET AL DET AL ... AL 66 193 16 45 2 1 16 6 10 27 .233 .267 .259 50 1 3 3 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 20 Seasons 8288 2365 55 1003 109 874 .285 .352 .415 124 76 48 37 156 2293 1231 412 185 236 850 3442 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+
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Extractions: Born: SS 1977- Tigers Alan Trammell's Teams 1977 Detroit Tigers 1978 Detroit Tigers 1979 Detroit Tigers 1980 Detroit Tigers 1981 Detroit Tigers 1982 Detroit Tigers 1983 Detroit Tigers 1984 Detroit Tigers 1985 Detroit Tigers 1986 Detroit Tigers 1987 Detroit Tigers 1988 Detroit Tigers 1989 Detroit Tigers 1990 Detroit Tigers 1991 Detroit Tigers 1992 Detroit Tigers 1993 Detroit Tigers 1994 Detroit Tigers 1995 Detroit Tigers 1996 Detroit Tigers Alan Trammell's Teammates Games Average HR RBI Career League CS World Series Books and articles about Alan Trammell Trammell and Lou Whitaker formed a keystone combination that surpassed all others in consecutive years together, yet Alan emerged as the acknowledged leader of the Tigers. After a Most Valuable Player year (1977) in the Southern League, the righthander graduated to the Tigers. Slight of build, Trammell proved a complete offensive and defensive player. He led the AL in sacrifice hits in 1981 and 1983. After an off-season in 1982, he was AL Comeback Player of the Year in 1983 at age 25. His 30 steals in 1983 were the most for a Detroit shortstop since 1917 and his .319 batting average was best among all AL righthanders. The Tigers reeled off 11 straight winning seasons with Trammell at shortstop. He was voted smartest and best defensive infielder by AL managers in 1984, drove in all of Detroit's runs in Game Four of the
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Extractions: Born: Tigers Lou Whitaker's Teams 1977 Detroit Tigers 1978 Detroit Tigers 1979 Detroit Tigers 1980 Detroit Tigers 1981 Detroit Tigers 1982 Detroit Tigers 1983 Detroit Tigers 1984 Detroit Tigers 1985 Detroit Tigers 1986 Detroit Tigers 1987 Detroit Tigers 1988 Detroit Tigers 1989 Detroit Tigers 1990 Detroit Tigers 1991 Detroit Tigers 1992 Detroit Tigers 1993 Detroit Tigers 1994 Detroit Tigers 1995 Detroit Tigers Lou Whitaker's Teammates Games Average HR RBI Career League CS World Series Books and articles about Lou Whitaker Sparky Anderson briefly moved him to third base in favor of rookie Chris Pittaro. The experiment came to a quick end. Whitaker was Anderson's leadoff batter until being moved to the number-two slot in 1988. From his rookie season through 1988, he never played on a losing team. But his best season was wasted on the last-place 1989 team. SHOPPING
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Extractions: Alan Trammell was the starting shortstop in Detroit from 1978 through 1993. He teamed with Lou Whitaker until 1995, and the pair played a record number of games together. In 1984 he won the World Series MVP award when he batted .450 with two homers in the Tigers five-game victory. In September 1987, Trammell batted .416 with six homers and 17 RBI, putting together an 18-game hitting streak from the 11th thru the 29th in which he hit a blistering .457. The Tigers won the American League East division by a single game on the last day of the season, yet despite his herculean efforts, Trammell finished second to Toronto's George Bell in the Most Valuable Player voting. It was one of the worst decisions in award voting history. After his playing career, Trammell returned to manage the Tigers in 2003.
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Extractions: Lou Whitaker was a gold glove second baseman who performed near the top of his position for nearly two decades, and teamed with Alan Trammell to form the longest running double play combination in history. Whitaker was a leadoff man with power, decent speed, and good pitch-selection at the plate. His arm was considered one of the best in the game and he was adept at making the pivot. "Sweet Lou" made plays look so easy he was often accused of being lackadaisical.
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Extractions: These figures do not even begin to address that Trammell was one of the greatest shortstops (a position player) in MLB history and Bell was a mediocre outfielder who platooned as a DH. Trammell and his counterpart at second base, Sweet Lou Whitaker, went on to combine for the most double plays turned in MLB history. George Bell was subsequently traded to the White Sox to make the transition from obscurity to oblivion. As to the current HOF voting debacle, Ozzie Smith of the St. Louis Cardinals (and the San Diego Padres before that) was the darling of the sportwriters an was easily inducted in his first year of eligibility. We of the Alan Trammell fan club do not hold this against the Wizard of Oz and we believe he should have been inducted. However, when you consider the facts of the case for Trammell and the statistics of Ozzie side-by-side, you can clearly see how Trammell was robbed.