Former major-league player Keith Hernandez’s new book, I’m Keith Hernandez: A Memoir (Little, Brown and Company, 2018) was recently released. One of the topics he discusses is his relationship with his father, John, who also played professional baseball for six seasons during 1941-1949, reaching the Double-AA level with several organizations.
Keith played 17 seasons in the major-leagues with the Cardinals, Mets, and Indians organizations. He was the National League MVP in 1979 and was the winner of 11 Gold Glove Awards at first base.
Keith’s brother, Gary, played in the Cardinals and Angels organizations from 1972-1975.
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