Yogi Berra

From 1948 to 1956, Yogi Berra was not only the best catcher in the American League but was arguably one of its five best players. During that period, he was selected to the All-Star Team each season, won three Most Valuable Player Awards, and was considered to be one of the best clutch hitters in the game. Over that nine year stretch, Berra hit more than 20 home runs eight times, topping the 30-mark twice, knocked in more than 100 runs five times, and batted over .300 three times. ~ Baseball's Hall of Fame... or Hall of Shame?