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Former MLB’er Mitch Webster selected to 2018 Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

Sports Daily
June 27, 2018 - 10:36 am

Webster was drafted in the 23rd round as a switch-hitting outfielder. He spent 13 seasons in the MLB with the Dodgers, Blue Jays, Expos, Cubs, Indians and Pirates. He finished his career with 900 hits, 342 RBIs, 70 home runs and a .263 batting average. In 1986, he led the National League with 13 triples. After his last MLB appearance in 1995 with the Dodgers, Webster spent time as a scout for the Dodgers and Royals.

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