Albert William Kaline (December 19, 1934) was a Major League Baseball player from 1953 - 1974, spending his entire career with the Detroit Tigers.
In 1955, Kaline became the youngest player in baseball history to capture a batting title at 20 years of age when he hit .340. A versatile and well rounded player, over the course of his career, Al Kaline won 10 Gold Gloves (for excellence in the field) and appeared in 15 All-Star games. He finished his career with 3007 hits (24th on the all-time list) and 399 home runs (a Tigers record). He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1980.
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