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Ernie Banks
Shortstop / First Baseman
Born: January 31, 1931
Dallas, United States United States
Died on: January 23, 2015
Chicago, United States United States
Suggested: Right Threw: Right
Debut in Major League Baseball
September 17, 1953 with the Chicago Cubs
Last MLB assignment
September 26, 1971 with the Chicago Cubs
MLB statistics
(until the end of your career)
Batting average  ,274
Hits  2583
Home runs  512
Runs Batted In  1636

Negro leagues

  • Kansas City Monarchs (1951, 1953)

Major League Baseball

member of
Baseball Hall of Fame
Recorded  1977
Quota  83,8 %

Ernest "Ernie" Banks, Nickname Mr. Cub or Mr. Sunshine, (Born January 31, 1931 in Dallas, Texas, † January 23, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American baseball player who was active from 1953 to 1971 in Major League Baseball (MLB). He played his first game on September 17, 1953 for the Chicago Cubs. He denied his entire career with the Cubs.[1]

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ernie Banks Stats. Accessed April 27, 2020.

Categories:Baseball Players (Chicago Cubs) | Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame | Americans | Born 1931 | Died 2015 | man

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