Brett’s 300th career home run put him in rare company
On May 13, 1993, Brett homered off the Indians’ Mark Clark in the sixth inning of the Royals’ 7-3 victory. When the ball cleared the right field fence at Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium, it marked the 300th home run of Brett’s career.
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For his career, Brett hit .305 with 665 doubles, 317 home runs and 1,596 RBI. A three-time AL batting champion and 13-time All-Star, Brett hit .337 in nine Postseason series, winning the 1985 ALCS MVP and leading Kansas City to its first World Series title that same year.
Brett was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999.
Craig Muder is the director of communications for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum