June 10, 1947 Ken Singleton is born in New York, singleton now a Yankees broadcaster Played for the Mets, Expos, and Orioles.

In 1973 Singleton became the first Expos player to drive in 100 runs and led the league with a .425 OB%.

In ’74 he was traded to Baltimore, where he became a 3-time All-Star, finished as the 1979 MVP runner up while establishing career highs with 35 homers and 111 RBI, and played in 2 World Series.

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