Two-time MLB All-Star center fielder who led the American League in home runs twice during his career.
He signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates as a fresh-faced 17-year-old.
He hit more home runs during a six-year stretch (1980-1985) than any other player in the American League.
His son Tony Jr. followed in his footsteps, debuting as a pitcher for the Montreal Expos in 1999.
He played in the same outfield as Hall of Fame slugger Jim Rice with the Boston Red Sox in the 1980s.