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    • He also acquired Joe Cronin, an outstanding shortstop and manager and slugging first baseman Jimmie Foxx whose 50 home runs in 1938 stood as a club record for 68 years.Boston Red Sox-Wikipedia
    • He went into the season's final weekend against the Cleveland Indians with 58 home runs, tied with Jimmie Foxx for the most by a right-handed batter at the time, but he failed to homer.Detroit Tigers-Wikipedia
    • Finally, Williams was flip-flopped in the order with the great slugger Jimmie Foxx, with the idea that Williams would get more pitches to hit.Ted Williams-Wikipedia
    • On April 28, Williams hit his 223rd career home run, breaking the record for most home runs in a Red Sox uniform, passing Jimmie Foxx.Ted Williams-Wikipedia
    • The team's owner and manager for its first 50 years was Connie Mack and Hall of Fame players included Chief Bender, Frank "Home Run" Baker, Jimmie Foxx, and Lefty Grove.Oakland Athletics-Wikipedia
    • He became just the second player to hit 200 home runs in a Red Sox uniform, joining his former teammate Jimmie Foxx.Ted Williams-Wikipedia

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