1973 - 1976; 1978 - 1983; 1986As one of the premier power hitters in franchise history, Thomas spent 11 seasons as a Brewer. Originally selected by the Seattle Pilots in 1969, Thomas was the first player ever drafted by the organization. A two-time A.L. Home Run Champion ('79, '82), his 197 home runs from 1978 to 1983 were the most among all A.L. players. Produced career highs in multiple categories in 1979 - including home runs (45), hits (136), runs (97), RBI (123), total bases (300) and OPS (.895). In addition to his A.L.-leading 39 home runs in the Pennant-winning 1982 season, Thomas also ranked in the A.L. top ten in runs (96) and RBI (112). Selected to the A.L. All-Star Team in 1981. Was the first Brewers player to top 200 career home runs.
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|Date Added||Monday, October 14th, 2019 at 8:02am PDT -07:00|
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|Decimal Degrees||43.02903333, -87.97030000|
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