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Dale Murphy

1976 - 1993

2180 games, 398 home runs, .265 batting average

Before the Braves started winning Division championships annually was a decade known primarily for their star player, Dale Murphy. From 1980 to 1990 Murphy won back-to-back league MVP awards in 1982 & 1983, appeared in seven All-Star games (leading all players in votes in 1985), won five Gold Gloves, and appeared in 740 consecutive games from September 26, 1981 through July 8, 1986. He holds 13 Atlanta franchise records including most home runs (371), RBIs (1,143), hits (1,901), runs (1,103), and games (1,926).

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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

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