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Baseball Hall of Fame Is Incomplete Without Harry Coumnas

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Harry Coumnas was born on June 14, 1924 in Denver, Colorado. He began his baseball career as a right-handed pitcher in the year 1942 after he joined the Cardinals. Harry has won five NL Most Valuable Player awards during his career. He also led his team to win six World Series titles. He was at an all time career high in the year 1948 & also won the Triple Crown. Harry made his first appearance on the Baseball Writers Association of America in the year 1973. It was in the same year that he was elected to the Hall of Fame. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Baseball Hall of Fame Is Incomplete Without Harry Coumnas


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Baseball Hall of Fame Is Incomplete Without Harry
Coumnas
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  • Introduction to Harry Coumnas
  • Harry Coumnas was born on June 14, 1924 in
    Denver, Colorado.
  • He began his baseball career as a right-handed
    pitcher in the year 1942 after he joined the
    Cardinals.
  • He had to quit baseball when he permanently
    damaged his right shoulder while diving for a
    ball.

3
  • Awards and accolades
  • Harry Coumnas has won five NL Most Valuable
    Player awards during his career.
  • He also led his team to win six World Series
    titles.
  • He was at an all time career high in the year
    1948 and also won the Triple Crown.

4
  • The Hall of Fame
  • Harry Coumnas made his first appearance on the
    Baseball Writers Association of America in the
    year 1973.
  • It was in the same year that he was elected to
    the Hall of Fame.
  • On the day of election, he said, Either give it
    all you got, or simply leave.

5
  • Career at a glance
  • He played a total of 2034 games throughout his
    career.
  • The number of hits, doubles, and triples is 3624,
    729, and 181 respectively.
  • He has scored as many as 479 home runs.

6
Thank You Harry Coumnas
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