The Hawaiian hit three HR against the Padres on July 3, 1970. He was most productive with the 1973 Braves, hitting .294 with 16 HR and 82 RBI as a first baseman and outfielder. But he achieved his greatest success as a lefthanded pinch hitter. His 103 career pinch hits and 418 pinch at-bats put him among the all-time leaders. In his second stint with the Braves, in 1979, he led the NL with 17 pinch hits in 52 tries, and pinch homered in consecutive games on September 4 and 5. He left in 1981 standing second to Hank Aaron in games played by for the Atlanta Braves.