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Hall of Fame 2013: Yankee Standout Bernie Williams Still a Long Shot

Williams was a centerpiece of the New York Yankees’ championship teams of the late 20th century.

He was a five-time All-Star, he won four Gold Gloves and ended his 16-year career (1991-2006) with 2,336 hits, 287 home runs, 1,257 RBI and 1,366 runs. His triple-slash line was a solid .297/.381/.477 while his .858 career OPS ranks among the top 150 of all-time.

He won the American League batting title in 1998 with a .339 average.

In postseason play, Williams ranks among the all-time leaders with 121 games played (third), 83 runs (second), 128 hits (second), 29 doubles (second), 22 home runs (second to Manny Ramirez’s 29). Williams has still driven in more runs than any player in postseason history with 80—Ramirez ...

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