The Baseball Hall of the Very Good by Egantx7

Question 12

My favorite memory of his man is the smirk on his face as he circled the bases after hitting a walk-off home run off of Lee Smith to win Game 4 of the 1984 NLCS, this came after Girl Scouts picketed Dodger stadium after he left that team. This man was a 10-time All-Star, a 2-time NL MVP, a 4-time Gold Glove winner, and batted 0.294 for his career. For over 8 years, he started in the Dodgers' infield with Ron Cey, Davey Lopes, and Bill Russell, and his 1207 consecutive games played remains the NL record. Identify this first baseman, known as "Mr. Clean", who may have been the best known baseball player to try and break Wilt Chamberlain's seemingly unbreakable record.

Steven Patrick Garvey