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  1. My Ups and Downs in Baseball by Orlando; Einstein, Charles Cepeda, 1968
  2. My Ups and Downs in Baseball by Orlando Cepeda, 2000-01
  3. Baby Bull: From Hardball to Hard Time and Back by Orlando Cepeda, 1998-01-25
  4. High and Inside: Orlando Cepeda's Story by Orlando Cepeda, Mary Kelly, 1984-04
  5. The Orlando Cepeda Story by Bruce Markusen, 2001-09
  6. Major League Baseball Players From Puerto Rico: Roberto Clemente, Benito Santiago, Orlando Cepeda, Juan González, Iván Rodríguez
  7. Baseball's Greatest Players Today (American Sports Library) by Jack Orr, 1963

1. Latino Legends - Orlando Cepeda
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Orlando Manuel (Pennes) Cepeda
Baby Bull, Cha-Cha
Induction Information
Elected to Hall of Fame by Veterans Committee in 1999, Player
Hall of Fame plaque for Orlando Cepeda
Born: September 17, 1937, in Ponce, Puerto Rico ML Debut:
Primary Position:
First Baseman
Bats: R Throws: R Primary Uniform #: Played For: San Francisco Giants (1958-66), St. Louis Cardinals (1966-68), Atlanta Braves (1969-72), Oakland A's (1972), Boston Red Sox (1973), Kansas City Royals (1974)
Primary Team: San Francisco Giants
Post-Season: 1962 World Series, 1967 World Series, 1968 World Series, 1969 NLCS
Awards: All-Star (10): 1959-64, 1967; MVP 1967; Rookie of the Year 1958 Hitting Bio Video (Streaming Windows Media) A powerful slugger during his 17-year major league career, Orlando Manuel Cepeda Pennes withstood a series of knee injuries to become a seven-time National League All-Star. As a 20-year-old rookie with the Giants in 1958, the "Baby Bull" hit .312 with 25 home runs to earn unanimous National League Rookie of the Year honors. Nine years later, the Puerto Rican native compiled a league-leading 111 RBI for the World Champion Cardinals, while becoming the first unanimous MVP in the National League since Carl Hubbell in 1936. Quote "He is annoying every pitcher in the league. He is strong, he hits to all fields, and he makes all the plays. He's the most relaxed first-year man I ever saw. -1958"

12. Orlando "The Baby Bull" Cepeda - Latino Legends In Sports
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Orlando Manuel Cepeda
September 17, 1937 - Present
Birthplace: Ponce, Puerto Rico
Height: 6'3" Weight: 205 Related Info. The 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony featuring Orlando Cepeda Photo gallery of the 1999-2000 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies A look at Orlando Cepeda's plaque in the Hall of Fame Editor's notes of the 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame weekend ... Orlando Cepeda's career stats and highlights Orlando "Peruchin - The Baby Bull" Cepeda , son of legendary Puerto Rican baseball star Pedro Perucho "The Bull" Cepeda, was only 20-years-old when he arrived to the Major Leagues in 1958. In his first Major League game, this Latino powerhouse homered to help beat Don Drysdale and the Dodgers. It was a picture perfect beginning to a spectacular career that includes nine .300 seasons and eight seasons of 25 or more homers. As a rookie in 1958, Cepeda belted 25 homers, led the National League with 38 doubles, knocked in 96 runs and batted .312. Those numbers won Cepeda Rookie of the Year honors for the San Francisco Giants and his manager for the first two years, Bill Rigney called him "The best young right-handed power hitter I've ever seen."

13. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Induction Speech - Orlando Cepeda
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Transcript of Orlando Cepeda's speech, July 25, 1999: Bud Selig: Orlando Cepeda, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox, and Kansas City Royals. Orlando was a powerful first baseman. A consistent run producer for seventeen major league seasons. Not withstanding chronic knee problems. His ability to drive the ball with authority was respected and feared by the opposition. A unanimous selection for both the 1958 National League Rookie of the Year Award and the 1967 Most Valuable Player, Orlando was an eleven time All-Star. He led the National League in home runs, 46, and runs batted in, 142, in 1961. He batted .300 nine times and slugged 379 home runs. His stalwart leadership propelled his clubs to three World Series. Congratulations, Orlando. Orlando Cepeda: Thank you. Thank you very much. Never came to my mind that a kid from Puerto Rico at the age of 17, come into the states and try a new venture in life. It's a great honor, a great honor to be here today in front of these wonderful human beings. Very talented people who played the game and lived the game they were supposed to play and live. I have to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to Bill Rigney, who in 1958 let me know right from the beginning "you are going to be my first baseman no matter what." In '58 I didn't supposed to make the team. In '58 I didn't supposed to play in the big leagues. But thank you to Bill Rigney who give me the confidence to go to the field and do the best.

14. Orlando Cepeda's 1999 Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
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"Orlando Cepeda was one of the very best hitters in my years of baseball" Ted Williams, former Boston Red Sox slugger and member of the Hall of Fame. Related Info. Orlando "The Baby Bull" Cepeda Full bio with photos A look at Cepeda's plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame Museum Editor's notes of the 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame weekend Audio Clip Cepeda speaks about being Puerto Rican Sunday, July 25th, 1999 In one of the largest crowds ever, the 1999 National Baseball Hall of Fame held its annual induction ceremony outside the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown, NY and it was a big hit. Over 50,000 fans bared the scorching sun to watch and cheer the Class of '99 get inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The diverse crowd was restless and anxious to see those familiar faces of great players who dominated the game in the 60's and 70's. Before the commencement of the induction ceremony, the National Anthem of Puerto Rico "La Borinqueña" was sang beautifully by the Dream Team Trio and the National Anthem of the United States was sang nicely by Patti LuPone. A very appropriate selection of anthems due to the large Hispanic contingency, including the Clemente family and Pedro Rosello (Governor of Puerto Rico).

15. Orlando Cepeda Statistics -
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Orlando Manuel Cepeda Penne (Cha Cha or Baby Bull) Bats Right, Throws Right
Height Weight 210 lb.
April 15, 1958
Final Game
September 19, 1974
September 17 in Ponce, P.R. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999. Signed by the New York Giants as an amateur free agent in 1955. All Transactions About biographical information
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19. - Biography - Orlando Cepeda
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Career Batting Record Cepeda's father, Pedro, was a big power hitter, Puerto Rico's version of Babe Ruth, nicknamed "Bull." Orlando became known as the "Baby Bull." The 6-foot-2, 210-pounder was a right-handed hitting first baseman who arrived in the major leagues with the NL's San Francisco Giants in 1958 and won the rookie of the year award by batting .312 with 25 home runs, 96 RBI, and a league-leading 38 doubles. After hitting 27 home runs in 1959 and 24 in 1960, Cepeda exploded in 1961, leading the league with 46 home runs and 142 RBI while batting .311. His great season was unfortunately overshadowed by the home run duel between Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris of the New York Yankees that culminated in Maris's hitting 61 home runs to break Babe Ruth's record. Cepeda hit more than 30 home runs and batted over .300 each of the next three seasons, but a knee injury limited him to 33 games in 1965 and he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals early in the 1966 season. With St. Louis, Cepeda won the NL's most valuable player award in 1967, when he batted .325 with 25 home runs and a league-leading 111 RBI to help the Cardinals win the pennant. He hit only .107 with 1 RBI in the World Series, but St. Louis beat the Boston Red Sox in seven games.

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