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1967 Home Run Leaders 1967 Home Run Leaders

Harmon Killebrew and Carl Yastrzemski tied for the lead with 44

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Home Run Leaders 1967

Harmon Killebrew and Carl Yastrzemski or Yaz as he was called tied for the major League lead with 44 homers apiece

1967 American League Home Run Leaders:

Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox 44 Hrs… Harmon Killebrew Twins 44… Frank Howard Washington Senators 36

Frank Robinson Orioles 30… Al Kaline Tigers 25… Don Mincher California Angels 25… Bob Allison Twins 24… Mickey Mantle NY Yankees 22… Curt Blefary Orioles 22… Norm Cash Tigers 22… Brooks Robinson Orioles 22… Dick McAuliffe Tigers 22

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1967 National League Home Run Leaders:

Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves 39… Jim Wynn, Astros 37… Willie McCovey SF Giants 31… Ron Santo Cubs 31... Jim Ray Hart San Francisco Giants 29… Billy Williams Cubs 28… Clete Boyer Braves 26… Tony Perez Reds 26… Orlando Cepeda Cardinals 25… Ernie Banks Cubs 23… Dick Allen Phillies 23… Roberto Clemente Pirates 23… Willie Mays SF Giants 22

Norm Cash Norm Cash

377 Life-time Home Runs - Left-handed
"If ever a home run hitter fit his ballpark, it was Norm Cash swinging for the seats at Tiger Stadium. He spent 15 years with the Bengals and hammered 212 of his 377 career HR's in a Detroit park that was ideal for a left-handed pull hitter.

Though never the AL's home run titlist, the longballing first Baseman was annually among the loop's leading batters. He Had a high of 41 in 1961, his second season with the Tigers. Norm was signed originally by the Chicago White Sox, for whom he played parts of two seasons before finding a home with Detroit." - "The Home Run Book" by "Topps Baseball Card Company". - 1981 Issue... Baseball History


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