from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Foxx, James Emory Known as "Jimmy.” 1907-1967. American baseball player. In 20 seasons, mainly with the Philadelphia Athletics (1925-1935) and the Boston Red Sox (1936-1941), he hit 30 or more home runs and drove in 100 or more runs 12 years in a row. He was the American League's most valuable player three times.


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