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Norman Michael Hershberger (born October 9, 1939 in Massillon, Ohio) was an Outfielder for the Chicago White Sox (1961-64 and 1971), Kansas City/Oakland Athletics (1965-69) and Milwaukee Brewers (1970).

He led the American League in Sacrifice Flies (7) in 1966.

In 11 seasons he played in 1,150 Games and had 3,572 At Bats, 398 Runs, 900 Hits, 150 Doubles, 22 Triples, 26 Home Runs, 344 RBI, 74 Stolen Bases, 319 Walks, .252 Batting Average, .316 On-base percentage, .328 Slugging Percentage, 1,172 Total Bases, 33 Sacrifice Hits, 28 Sacrifice Flies and 19 Intentional Walks. Also a lot of people know him for the strongest arm on the field. He had such a strong arm they put him on third and he over through it.

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