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Robert Lee Johnson

Robert Lee Johnson

Known For: Writing

21 Movies

Biography

Robert Lee Johnson (November 26, 1905 – July 6, 1982), nicknamed "Indian Bob", was an American professional baseball player. He played as a left fielder in Major League Baseball for three American League teams from 1933 to 1945, primarily the Philadelphia Athletics. His elder brother Roy was a major league outfielder from 1929 to 1938. Johnson was the fifth player to have nine consecutive seasons of 20 or more home runs, and his 288 career HRs ranked eighth in major league history when he retired. Usually playing on inferior teams, he batted .300 five times, had eight seasons with 100 runs batted in, and finished his career among the AL's top five right-handed hitters in career RBI (1,283), runs (1,239), slugging average (.506), total bases (3,501) and walks (1,075). He held the Athletics franchise record for career runs from 1942 to 1993. He also ranked among the AL leaders in games in left field (3rd, 1,592) and outfield putouts (10th, 4,003) and assists (8th, 208) when his career ended.

Movies & TV shows

1995.

1 Movie

1952.

1 Movie

1946.

1 Movie

1945.

1 Movie

1944.

1 Movie

1943.

1 Movie

1942.

4 Movies

1941.

2 Movies

1940.

4 Movies

1938.

1 Movie

1937.

1 Movie

1936.

1 Movie

1934.

1 Movie

1932.

1 Movie
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