Before Willie Stargell took to the plate, he warmed up by swinging a sledge hammer. And while the tactic surely intimidated pitchers, it was simply meant to help his hitting. After all, Stargell once held the record for longest home run in nearly half of the ballparks in the National League. During his twenty-one years with the Pirates, Stargell batted .282, racking up 2,232 hits, 475 homers, and 1,540 RBIs. In addition to guiding the Pirates to two World Series titles, he was a seven-time All-Star, a National League MVP, and a two-time National League home run champion. His fans and teammates also revered him for his leadership, earning Stargell the nickname "Pops" in his later years. Hit it out of the park with Stance's Pops.
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