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All Time Third Baseman

Eddie Mathews

Eddie Mathews

1952 - 1968

2388 games, 512 home runs, .271 batting average

The only man to play in all three Braves' cities (Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta), Mathews appeared in three World Series, was a nine-time National League All- Star, and led the majors in home runs in '53 with 47 and '59 with 46. His franchise records include: most RBIs in a season (135 in 1953), tied for most consecutive games with an RBI ( 8 in 1954), most career walks (1,444), most home runs on the road ( 30 in 1953), and tied with Hank Aaron for most home runs in a season with 47.

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Manager Bobby Cox
First Baseman Joe Adcock
Second Baseman Felix Millan
Third Baseman Eddie Mathews
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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

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