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Finally, in the summer of 1964 he started in a doubleheader against the Pirates, with no luck at bat. Until the following day he batted his first hit, a double, scoring after a teammate doubled, and also registered his first RBI. Playing first base his initial years, he was switched to 3rd and eventually was selected to the All-Star game in 1967, becoming the game’s MVP after hitting the winning HR in the 15th inning of a dramatic 2-1 win for the National League. With Perez, the Reds went to the WS 4 times in 7 years. He was traded to the Expos after the 1976 season. His manager, Sparky Anderson also a legend, is quoted as saying, “Perez was the leader, and heart and soul of that team”. He was enshrined in the Hall of Fame in 2000.
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