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With Manny and Griffey Jr. on the move, the 500+ home run club has a new look.
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521: Ted Williams, the slugging Boston Red Sox outfielder, is shown in a posed batting stance at Yankee Stadium on May 23, 1941. Williams batted .344 in 1940, and would join the exclusive .400 club, hitting .406 in 1941.
(Ted Sande/AP Photo)
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