Tommy Davis

Tommy Davis played 18 years at the Big League level, including part of the 1976 season in Kansas City. A two-time World Series champion (1963 & 1965) and two time All-Star and NL batting champion, Davis saw his best MLB season in 1962 with the Dodgers, when he hit .346 to go along with 230 hits, 27 home runs and 153 RBI. For his career, the right handed hitting slugger finished with 2,121 hits, 153 home runs, 1,052 RBI’s and a batting average of .294. He recently joined Dave O to talk about the role that Jackie Robinson played in him choosing to sign with the Dodgers over the Yankees, his favorite memories of edging Frank Robinson and Roberto Clemente for batting crowns, winning the World Series in LA, his brief times in KC and much more! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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