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Louis Klopsche Finney (August 13, 1910 - April 22, 1966) born in Buffalo, Alabama was an Outfielder and First Baseman for the Philadelphia Athletics (1931 and 1933-39), Boston Red Sox (1939-42 and 1944-45), St. Louis Browns (1945-46) and Philadelphia Phillies (1947).

He helped the Athletics win the 1931 AL Pennant.

He was named to the 1940 American League All-Star Team.

He led the American League in At Bats (653) in 1936.

He finished 29th in voting for the 1940 American League MVP for leading the League in At Bats per Strikeout (41.1) and playing in 130 Games and having 534 At Bats, 73 Runs, 171 Hits, 31 Doubles, 15 Triples, 5 Home Runs, 73 RBI, 5 Stolen Bases, 33 Walks, .320 Batting Average, .360 On-base percentage, .463 Slugging Percentage, 247 Total Bases and 7 Sacrifice Hits.

In 15 seasons he played in 1,270 Games and had 4,631 At Bats, 643 Runs, 1,329 Hits, 203 Doubles, 85 Triples, 31 Home Runs, 494 RBI, 39 Stolen Bases, 329 Walks, .287 Batting Average, .336 On-base percentage, .388 Slugging Percentage, 1,795 Total Bases and 63 Sacrifice Hits.

He died in Lafayette, Alabama at the age of 55.

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