MLB Hall of Famer who hit 521 career home runs and was named to six All-Star teams. He won the National League home run title three times and was named 1969 NL MVP.
He wasn't allowed to play in Shreveport, Lousiana with his minor league team due to segregation at the time.
He won the 1959 NL Rookie of the Year Award, despite playing in just fifty-two games.
He had one child with his former wife Karen.
He teamed with Willie Mays to form a fearsome hitting combination for the San Francisco Giants.