Twice a World Series champion, and the National League’s Rookie of the Year in 1990, David Justice was a premier power threat at the plate over his 14-year Major League Baseball career. A three-time All-Star, he made 11 postseason appearances and reached the World Series six times. In the 1995 Fall Classic his home run was the difference in Atlanta’s 1-0, Series-clinching, game six win over the Indians.
Five years later Justice won his second championship, this time with the Yankees, and earned MVP honors in the American League Championship Series along the way. Always with a flair for the dramatic, Justice finished his career with the miraculous 2002 Oakland Athletics, whose improbable run to the postseason is prominently featured in Michael Lewis’ book Moneyball.
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