1996 Baseball Season Roster
- Back on top: Yanks depose Braves in Series
- Over the top: Homer records fall
- To the top: A-Rod batting champ (.358) in 1st full season
Rookie of the Year Derek Jeter hit .314 and the Yankees won their first World Series since ’78. All the majors returned to power – nearly 5,000 HR, 500 more than the ’87 record. Some 16 men hit 40 or more; 42 hit at least 30. Baltimore shattered the team record with 257, including 50 by its leadoff man, Brady Anderson. At least Atlanta won a pennant with three pitchers among the NL’s top five.
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