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298. Augie Galan

Augie Galan first arrived in the Major Leagues in 1934, where the versatile player debuted for the Chicago Cubs.  In Galan's second season, he had what could be considered his best season, where he led the National League in Runs Scored (133) and Stolen Bases (22), with a .314 Batting Average and a career-high of 203 Hits.  Galan would be an All-Star in 1936, and in 1937 he again led the NL in Stolen Bases (23).  As a Cub, Galan would also help his team win two Pennants (1935 & 1938). 

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