The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

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Released 1998

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Released:
1998
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PG
Henry "Hank" Benjamin Greenberg led the Detroit Tigers to pennant victory in 1934 amidst anti-Semitism sentiment in America. Along with being Detroit's top hitter with a batting average of .339 in '34, Greenberg came very close to breaking Babe Ruth's 60-homerun record in '38. Baseball's first Jewish professional player is paid tribute by his Jewish and non-Jewish fans alike in this documentary of the heroic Tigers' first baseman.

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Documentary, Sports

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History, Biography, Baseball