Ten-time MLB All-Star who hit 359 home runs during his fifteen-year career.
He starred at Piedmont College in Georgia before signing his first professional contract.
He became the second player in MLB history to post twenty-five home run seasons in both leagues.
Was married to his first wife Jene for twenty years then married his second wife Marjorie in 1957.
He won five straight World Series titles with the New York Yankees playing for legendary manager Casey Stengel.