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Hank Sauer

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Brot backen mit Kindern in den Wäldern von Gastein

 

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Hank Sauer College Baseball Recruiting Video

 

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Me hitting a dong when I was 9

 

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1953 BOWMAN COLOR No. 48 - Hank Sauer

 

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Wrigley Field and a few clips of other baseball parks 1952

Henry John Sauer was a left fielder in Major League Baseball. From 1941 through 1959, Sauer played for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs (1949–55), St. Louis Cardinals (1956), New York Giants (1957) and San Francisco Giants (1958–59). He batted and threw right-handed. He and Johnny Bench are the only players in major league history ever to have hit three home runs in a single game twice against the same pitcher. He did it 1950 and 1952 while with the Chicago Cubs, both times against Philadelphia's Curt Simmons.
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