Terry Pendleton played 15 years in MLB and during his peak years he starred on the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves.

The switch hitter amassed almost 2,000 career hits and won a batting title and NL MVP award in 1991. The 5-foot-9 All-Star also won three Gold Gloves and played in five World Series.

Pendleton retired in 1998 and we haven’t had a Black third baseman of his ilk since.





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