American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- McGwire, Mark David Born 1963. American baseball player. In 1987 he broke the single-season record for home runs hit by a rookie, and in 1998 he set a new record for home runs hit in one season, surpassing Roger Maris and Sammy Sosa, by hitting 70.
“In the days leading to Sutter's induction Sunday, some Hall of Famers said they were concerned about what might happen if a player such as McGwire is elected.”
“After an eight-year absence, Mark McGwire is back in the major leagues as the Cardinals hitting coach.”
“Wow, that before-and-after picture of Mark McGwire is stunning.”
“McGwire is NOT a hall of famer without steroids and HgH.”
“Mark McGwire is one such player and his support for the Hall dropped to 21.9% this year compared to 23.6% last year.”
“McGwire is seventh on the career list with 583 home runs — the most of any player not in the Hall of Fame.”
“Some people would be upset (if McGwire is elected).”
“No. 6 Mark McGwire (583): The gaping hole you see in McGwire's career is his .187 World Series average.”
“Mark McGwire is traded to the St. Louis Cardinals, where he later hits 70 home runs.”
“Bring in McGwire for a pregame reunion and have a "mullet night" promotion recognizing their 80s achievements.”
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