The Best Baseball Player Of All-Time From Each State

Wyoming: Tom Browning

Career Stats & Awards: 123-90 (W/L), 3.94 ERA, 1000 SO, 1.271 WHIP, NL All-Star (1991), World Series (1990), 19.8 WAR
Tom Browning enjoyed a 12-year career in the big leagues, spending the bulk of his career with the Cincinnati Reds. On September 16, 1988, Browning pitched a perfect game. Two years later, Browning went 15-9 and helped lead the Reds to a World Series victory.  An All-Star in 1991, Browning is a member of the Reds’ Hall of Fame.

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Vermont: Carlton Fisk

Career Stats & Awards: .269/.341/.457, 2356 H, 376 HR, 1330 RBI, 1276 R, AL Rookie of the Year (1972), 68.4 WAR, Hall of Fame (2000)
Forever remembered for the moment captured in the image above, Carlton Fisk enjoyed a tremendous career. Fisk would parlay winning Rookie of the Year honors with the Red Sox into a 24-year career. Fisk was an 11-time All-Star, three-time Silver Slugger, and captured one Gold Glove. Fisk was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000, his second year on the ballot.

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