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Dell Foxx had played baseball for a town team when he was younger. Jimmie Foxx did well in school but excelled in sports, particularly soccer, track, and baseball. He played all three sports at Sudlersville High School. Foxx dropped out of high school early to join a minor league team managed by former Philadelphia Athletics great Frank "Home Run" Baker.

Foxx had hoped to pitch or play third base , but since the team was short on catchers , Foxx moved behind the plate. He immediately drew interest from the Athletics and New York Yankees. He was still in his junior year of high school at the time. That year, Foxx appeared on the cover of Time. Boston Red Sox first baseman Dale Alexander hit. Foxx did win the Triple Crown the following season, with a batting average of.

He won back-to-back MVP honors in and The great Yankee pitcher Lefty Gomez once said of him, "He has muscles in his hair. All seven were elected to the Hall of Fame. Foxx played six years for Boston, including a season in which he hit 50 home runs, drove in runs, batted. On June 16, , he set an American League record when he walked six times in a game. In he hit. His 50 home runs would remain the single-season record for the Red Sox until David Ortiz hit 54 in Some sources attribute this to a drinking problem , while others attribute it to a sinus condition.

He split the season between the Red Sox and Chicago Cubs , playing mostly a reserve role. He sat out the season and appeared only in 15 games in , mostly as a pinch hitter. He wound up his career with the Philadelphia Phillies in , filling in at first and third, pinch hitting, and pitching nine games, including two as the starting pitcher. He compiled a 10 record and 1. Foxx was often called the right-handed Babe Ruth , but his career was the opposite of Ruth in this regard.

Ruth began his big-league career as a pitcher; Foxx ended his big-league career as one. Foxx finished his year career with home runs, 1, runs batted in, and a. His 12 consecutive seasons with 30 or more home runs was a major league record until it was broken by Barry Bonds in At the end of his career, his home runs placed him second only to Ruth on the all-time list, and first among right-handed hitters.

He retained these positions until Willie Mays passed Foxx for second place in Foxx was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Post-baseball career[ edit ] Foxx worked as a minor league manager and coach after his playing days ended, including managing the Fort Wayne Daisies of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League for one season in Foxx did not return for the season. Foxx served as head coach for the University of Miami baseball team for two seasons, going 98 in and 1112 in A series of bad investments left Foxx broke by He eventually retired to suburban Cleveland in Lakewood , and was employed by the Lakewood Recreation Department.

His two children, a daughter and son, also lived in Lakewood. His son, Jimmie Foxx, Jr. Foxx had a city baseball field named in his honor. TV announcer Casey Coleman, son of announcer Ken Coleman , served as master of ceremonies of the event. Death[ edit ] Foxx died in at age 59 in Miami, Florida. An autopsy showed that Foxx had choked on a piece of food.

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