Leon Allen "Goose" Goslin (October 16, 1900 – May 15, 1971) was a left fielder in Major League Baseball known for his powerful left-handed swing and dependable clutch hitting. He played 18 seasons with the Washington Senators, St. Louis Browns, and Detroit Tigers, from 1921 until 1938. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1968.
Read more about Goose Goslin: Early Years, The 1924 and 1925 World Series, The 1928 Batting Title, Goslin's Years With The Browns and Return To The Senators, The "G-Men" Lead Detroit To The 1934 and 1935 World Series, Goslin's Final Years in Baseball, The Hall of Fame and Life After Baseball
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