18 – JIMMY FOXX
First baseman Jimmy Foxx played for the Boston Red Sox, the Philadelphia Athletics, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Chicago Cubs during his 20-season Major League Baseball career. He was the second player in history to hit more than 500 home runs and did so at the age of 32. He held the record for youngest player to reach 500 homers until 2007.
Foxx was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951 and is tied for the league record for Most Valuable Player awards with three.