- CF, OF, RF, LF, DH
- April 15, 1940
- 6' 2"
- 180 lbs
- Major League Debut:
- 9-08-1960 with LAN
- Allstar Selections:
- 1971 GG, 1972 GG, 1973 GG
- 1959 MVP California League, Reno Silver Sox
- 1960 Minor League Player of the Year, Spokane Indians, Pacific Coast League
- 1960 MVP Pacific Coast League, Spokane Indians
- 2-time NL All-Star (1971 & 1973)
- 3-time NL Gold Glove Winner (1971-1973)
- 2-time NL Triples Leader (1962 & 1970)
- 20-Home Run Seasons: 1 (1962)
- 100 Runs Scored Seasons: 1 (1962)
- Won two World Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers (1963 & 1965)
- June 20, 1958: Signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers as an amateur free agent.
- December 5, 1973: Traded by the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Montreal Expos for Mike Marshall.
- December 5, 1974: Traded by the Montreal Expos to the Texas Rangers for Pete Mackanin and Don Stanhouse.
- June 4, 1975: Traded by the Texas Rangers to the St. Louis Cardinals for Ed Brinkman and Tommy Moore.
- October 20, 1975: Traded by the St. Louis Cardinals to the San Diego Padres for Dick Sharon.
- January 22, 1977: Released by the San Diego Padres.
- March 27, 1979: Signed as a Free Agent with the California Angels.
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