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Paul Blair

Biography

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The Great Paul Blair

 

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PAUL BLAIR (MLB Baseball Player Hall Of Fame) - Autograph Collection

Paul L. D. Blair was an outfielder who spent seventeen seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Baltimore Orioles (1964–76), New York Yankees and Cincinnati Reds (1979). He was the starting center fielder for the Orioles when they won two World Series Championships, four American League (AL) pennants and two additional American League East titles from 1966 to 1974. One of baseball's best defensive players at his position, he earned the Gold Glove Award eight times, including seven consecutive from 1969 to 1975. One of the best defensive oufielders of his era, he had excellent range and was brilliant at tracking fly balls. He seemed to taunt hitters by playing shallow, then running down balls hit over his head.
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