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17. Harlond Clift

Playing at Third Base, Harlond Clift debuted in the Majors for the Browns in 1934, and he had a nice rookie year with 14 Home Runs and a .260 Batting Average.  He did lead the American League in Strikeouts, however, but unlike many baseball players who have done so, he was able to reduce that part of his game, and would swat at flies less and draw free passes more.  

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