Herman Thomas Davis Net Worth

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Herman Thomas Davis, Jr. (born March 21, 1939 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American former Major League Baseball left fielder and third baseman. He played from 1959-1976 for ten different teams, but he is best known for his years with the Los Angeles Dodgers. During an 18-year baseball career, Davis batted .294 with 153 home runs, 2,121 hits and 1,052 runs batted in. He was also one of the most proficient pinch-hitters in baseball history with a .320 batting average (63-for-197) – the highest in major league history upon his retirement, breaking the .312 mark of Frenchy Bordagaray. In 1962, he finished third in the MVP voting after leading the major leagues in batting average, hits and runs batted in. Davis' 153 RBIs in that season broke Roy Campanella's team record of 142 in 1953 and remain the franchise record; his 230 hits are the team record for a right-handed batter (second most in franchise history behind only Babe Herman's 241 in 1930), and his .346 average was the highest by a Dodger right-handed hitter in the 20th century until it was broken by Mike Piazza in 1997.
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Date Of BirthMarch 21, 1939
Place Of BirthBrooklyn, New York, USA
Star SignAries
1Led the National League in batting (.346) and runs batted in (153, the most in the Major Leagues since 1949) as a Los Angeles Dodger in 1962.
2Suffered a broken ankle early in the 1965 season, which would subsequently hamper his running ability.
3Traded by the Mets to the Chicago White Sox on December 15, 1967 along with pitchers Jack Fisher and Billy Wynne and minor league catcher Buddy Booker for outfielder Tommie Agee and infielder Al Weis.
4Led the Mets in batting (.302), home runs (16), and runs batted in (73) in 1967, his lone season with them.
5Played with 9 different ballclubs over the course of his major league career, finishing with the Kansas City Royals in 1976.
6Acquired by the New York Mets from the Dodgers along with infielder Darrell Griffith for infielder Ron Hunt and outfielder Jim Hickman (the last of the Original Mets) on November 29, 1966.


1974 American League Championship Series1974TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Baltimore Orioles Designated Hitter
1973 American League Championship Series1973TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Baltimore Orioles Designated Hitter
1971 American League Championship Series1971TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Oakland Athletics First Baseman / Himself - Oakland Athletics Pinch Hitter
The Odd Couple1968Himself (uncredited)
1966 World Series1966TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Los Angeles Dodgers Left Fielder / Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Pinch Hitter / Left Fielder
The Joey Bishop Show1964TV SeriesHimself
The Bob Hope Show1963TV SeriesHimself
1963 World Series1963TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Los Angeles Dodgers Left Fielder
1963 MLB All-Star Game1963TV SpecialHimself - NL Left Fielder
Prime 92011TV SeriesHimself
ESPN SportsCentury2001TV Series documentaryHimself
Looking for Oscar2000DocumentaryHimself

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Prime 92010TV SeriesHimself

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