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Milwaukee Braves

All Time First Baseman

Joe Adcock
Joe Adcock

Although overshadowed by teammates Eddie Mathews and Hank Aaron, Joe Adcock was a notable slugger for the Braves in the 1950's In 1954, he accomplished the rare feat of homering four times in a single game and set a new record for most total bases in a game (18) that stood until 2002. Another notable homerun was the blast that ended the epic duel between Lew Burdette and Harvey Haddix in May 1959, in which Haddix took a perfect game into the 12th inning.

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Manager Bobby Cox
First Baseman Joe Adcock
Second Baseman Felix Millan
Third Baseman Eddie Mathews
Shortstop Rabbit Maranville
Left Fielder Chipper Jones
Center Fielder Andruw, Jones
Right Fielder Hank Aaron
Catcher Del Crandall
RH Pitcher Greg Maddux
LH Pitcher Warren Spahn
Closer John Smoltz

Willy Aybar, Lew Burdette, Dusty Baker, Wally Berger, Jeff Blauser, Rico Carty, Vinny Castilla, Chris Chambliss, John Clarkson, Tony Cloninger, Jimmy Collins, J.D. Drew, Hugh Duffy, Yunel Escobar, Johnny Estrada, Darrell Evans, Jeff Francoeur, Rafael Furcal, Ron Gant, Gene Garber, Marcus Giles, Tom Glavine, Mike Hampton, Bob Horner, Glenn Hubbard, Tim Hudson, Pat Jarvis, Davey Johnson, Dave Justice, Ryan Klesko, Mark Kotsay, Mark Lemke, Javy Lopez, Brian McCann, Fred McGriff, Don McMahon, Kevin Millwood, Carl Morton, Dale Murphy, Denny Neagle, Kid Nichols, Phil Niekro, Russ Ortiz, Charley Radbourn, Rafael Ramirez, Johnny Sain, Gary Sheffield, Billy Southworth, Harry Stovey, Mark Teixeira, Joe Torre, Vic Willis, Mark Wohlers

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