Max Alvis

The consistent and popular Texan had lifetime highs of .274 and 22 homers as a rookie in 1963. A career-threatening bout with spinal meningitis disabled him for six weeks in 1964, but he made a remarkable comeback and was an All-Star in 1965. In both 1963 and 1967, he was voted the Indians’ Man of the Year.

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