Ken Aspromonte

The elder of the Brooklyn-born brothers, this flashy-fielding second baseman led the Pacific Coast League in hitting in 1957 (.337) but was inconsistent in the majors. During the 1959 season Ken collected three hits in a game on five different occasions for the Senators. He came closest to being an everyday player in 1960 after being traded to the Indians, for whom he played 117 games, finishing with a career-high .288 average.

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