Two-time All-Star 1st baseman who strike 239 lifetime house runs and received the 1941 NL MVP Award. He went to a Catholic preparatory college in California before putting your signature on his 1st professional agreement. He once kept the Brooklyn Dodgers franchise record for profession home runs. He previously five sons along with his wife Albena. He performed for the Brooklyn Dodgers, the same group as slugger Duke Snider.