Baseball is America's game, but it is quickly becoming a worldwide phenomenon. Read about your favorite sluggers, pitchers and teams throughout history.
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An Atlanta native, New York Giants first baseman Bill Terry -- the last National League player to hit .400 -- notched a .401 average in 1930 and had a .341 career average with 2,193 hits in 14 years of service.

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