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Question 12

This guy graduated in 1940, and was still acting as an assistant basketball coach while he was playing for Cleveland. A seven-time All-Star, at age 25 this man became Cleveland's player-manager, a role he rettained through his 1948 AL MVP season, which culminated in Cleveland's final World Series Championship. A 0.295 career batter, his 23.4 career dWAR is still in the top 25 among all position players (he led AL shortstops in fielding percentage eight times). Identify this Hall-of-Famer from Cleveland's golden age, the inventor of his eponymous "shift" against Ted Williams, and the only UIUC baseball player to have his number rertired.

Lou Boudreau