Henderson, Rice and Gordon are inducted into the Hall of Fame
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“We’re not afraid of DiMaggio or Keller. The man we fear is Gordon,” Dodgers manager Leo Durocher said before the 1941 World Series.
Gordon finished his career a nine-time all-star and the 1942 AL MVP, an award he won over Boston’s Ted Williams, who won the Triple Crown that year.
Cady Lowery is the 2017 public relations intern in the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum