Major League Baseball used Harmon's silhouette when they made their logo.
Killebrew led the American League in games played in 1969 with 162.
In 1964, Harmon became just the third player to hit 30 or more home runs before the All-Star break.
Harmon is one of only three position player to be elected into the Hall of Fame without ever hitting over .300 in a complete season.
On June 3, 1967, Killebrew hit a 520-foot home run in Metropolitan Stadium in Minnesota. It was the longest home run ever hit in that stadium.
Killebrew was an all-state quarterback in high school.
Harmon led the American League in home runs 9 times (1959, 1962-1964, 1967 and 1969).
Harmon had more than 100 RBI's in a season nine times including a career high 140 in 1969.
Harmon was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1984.
During his playing days, Harmon was 5' 11" and weighed 213 ponds.
Harmon throws and bats right.
Harmon was an eleven-time All-Star (1959, 1961 and 1963-1971).
Killebrew won the 1969 AL MVP Award.
Harmon hit 30 or more home runs in six consecutive seasons (1959-1964).
Harmon made his Major League debut on June 23, 1954.
Killebrew has 573 home runs goo for 8th on baseball's all-time list.
Killebrew: Life is precious and time is a key element. Let's make every moment count and help those who have a greater need than our own.
Killebrew: I didn't have evil intentions, but I guess I did have power.
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