Drafted in 1973 by the Baltimore Orioles, Eddie Murray went on to become one of the best and most productive players in the history of Major League Baseball. Over a Major League career that spanned 21 years, Eddie was one of the most feared hitters in the game racking up 504 homeruns and 3,255 hits. He is the only switch hitter in MLB history to have 500 homeruns and 3,000 hits. The 8x All-Star also won 3 Gold Gloves, 3 Silver Slugger awards and a World Series title in 1983 with Baltimore. He is one of 3 players in Major League Baseball history to hit a homerun in three different decades (Joe Dimaggio & Yogi Berra). Eddie still holds the Major League record for most games played by a first baseman. He retired in 1997 and didn’t have to wait long to be enshrined in Cooperstown. On July 27th, 2003, Eddie was inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York on his first ballot.