Veteran first baseman Fred McGriff led the Braves in six offensive categories during the 1995 World Series championship season.
The 31-year-old McGriff, in his second full season with the Braves and his ninth overall, led the Braves with 27 home runs and 93 runs batted in. McGriff was the only Brave to play in each of the team’s 144 games during the strike-shortened season.
Here’s a look at the 1995 team-leading stats for McGriff, who would finish his 19-year career in 2004 with 493 home runs and 1,550 runs batted in.
Home runs: 27
Runs batted in: 93
Total bases: 258
Games played: 144
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