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Del Unser
Outfielder
Born: December 9, 1944 (1944-12-09) (age 65)
Decatur, Illinois
Batted: Right Threw: Right 
MLB debut
April 10, 1968 for the Washington Senators
Last MLB appearance
June 6, 1982 for the Philadelphia Phillies
Career statistics
Batting average     .258
Home runs     82
Runs batted in     481
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Career highlights and awards

Delbert Bernard Unser (born December 9, 1944 in Decatur, Illinois) is a former starting center fielder and later a utility player with a 15-year Major League Baseball career from 1968 to 1982. His father was MLB catcher Al Unser. Del played for the Washington Senators (1968-1971) and Cleveland Indians (1972), both of the American League, and the Philadelphia Phillies (1973-1974, 1979-1982), New York Mets (1975-1976), and Montreal Expos (1976-1978), all of the National League. In 1977 he began to be used often as a pinch-hitter, and also to split time between the outfield and first base. He is currently a scout for the Phillies.

He led the American League in triples in 1969 with 8. Other regular season highlights include one 5-hit game...four singles and a home run vs. the Oakland Athletics (August 20, 1968), seven 4-hit games, with the most impressive being a single, two doubles, and a home run good for 4 RBI and 2 runs scored vs. the Cleveland Indians (July 5, 1971). Unser's career totals include 1,799 games played, 1,334 hits, 87 home runs, 481 RBI, and a lifetime batting average of .258. Unser, along with Lee Lacy, is one of two players to hit three consecutive pinch-hit home runs in consecutive at-bats.

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