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Trivia Geraldine Page appeared on three television shows in , all theater anthology shows. Goofs In several camera shots at the Lowe Ranch, a tall radio tower can be seen on a distant mountain top. Led us into an ambush. But I ain't ashamed of him nohow. He instead signed with the Dodgers organization, and after a handful of appearances in and he succeeded Carl Furillo as Los Angeles' right fielder in ; he was named the Minor League Player of the Year in by The Sporting News after hitting 43 homers in the Pacific Coast League.

He was named the NL's Rookie of the Year after batting. As an outfielder starting games completing just 91 , Howard was credited with 19 outfield assists the league leader, Johnny Callison, starting games had just five more. The season ended with the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants tied for first place, necessitating a three-game pennant playoff; Howard had only a single in 11 at-bats and struck out three times against Billy Pierce in the first game, including the final out; but he had a run and an RBI in the second contest, an 8—7 win.

In his production dropped off to a. He again hit over 20 home runs in , and on June 4 his three-run home run in the seventh inning provided all the scoring in Sandy Koufax 's third no-hitter , a 3—0 defeat of the Philadelphia Phillies ; Howard had also homered for the final run in Koufax's first no-hitter on June 30 two years earlier, a 5—0 win over the New York Mets.

But the team's move into pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium hurt power hitters, and speedier outfielders like Willie Davis were seen as more in line with the club's future; Howard's.

In Howard recalled welcoming the trade despite going from a pennant contender to a weak expansion team, noting, "I was essentially a fourth outfielder in L.

I had my best years here. Shifted to left field in Washington, he was unquestionably the center of the offense, leading the team in homers and RBI in each of his seven seasons there. But under managers Gil Hodges , Jim Lemon and Ted Williams , the Senators were a woeful bunch, achieving only one winning season in that time. In he hit 36 homers, third in the AL behind Harmon Killebrew and Carl Yastrzemski , as he entered the peak years of his career. During an amazing one-week stretch in the spring of May 12—18 , Howard hammered 10 home runs in 20 at bats, with at least one in six consecutive games; his 10 home runs are also the most ever in one week.

He would go on to hit 13 homers in 16 games, a mark that still stands, matched only by Albert Belle in Howard finished the season leading the AL with 44 HR, a.

His hitting accomplishments in were all the more impressive, considering that pitching dominated that year; has often been referred to as the "Year of the Pitcher". Howard wore 9 from the time he joined the Senators through When new owner Bob Short signed retired slugger Williams to manage the club, Howard happily surrendered 9 so the Hall of Famer could wear it once again; Howard donned 33 for the start of the season. Williams played a major role in teaching him to be more patient at the plate, asking the slugger, "Can you tell me how a guy can hit 44 home runs and only get 48 bases on balls?

Beginning in , he appeared semi-regularly at first base in order to limit the wear and tear of playing the outfield daily. In he had career highs with 48 homers one behind Killebrew's league lead , runs second in the AL to Reggie Jackson , a. On Howard's broad shoulders, the Senators had their best year ever, 86—76, but still finished far behind the Baltimore Orioles in the Eastern Division.

He again led the AL with total bases, the most ever by a Washington player, and added RBI; his fourth-place finish in the MVP vote was the highest of his career. On September 2, he received three intentional walks from flamethrowing southpaw Sam McDowell —two of them to lead off an inning. He came in fifth in the MVP race, and received one first-place vote.

The seat which it hit was painted white against the conforming gold to commemorate the event [1]. In a game at Fenway Park , he hit a line drive that struck the center field wall feet from home plate and bounced into Reggie Smith 's glove before Howard had even reached first base. After waving to the cheering fans, Howard tossed his helmet liner into the stands, and after the game said "This is utopia for me. He ended his major league career in with a. In his first at bat for his new team, he swung mightily and hurt his back; he never played again in Japan.

In 16 seasons, Howard was a. His lifetime marks included runs, 1, hits, doubles, 35 triples , eight stolen bases and a. Following his retirement as a player, Howard coached for the Milwaukee Brewers —80 before being named manager of the San Diego Padres.

The team finished in last place in both halves of that strike -marred season, and Howard was let go. Catching on as a coach with the Mets in , he took over as manager for the last games in after George Bamberger resigned, but again finished in last place.