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In this August 1959 file photo, Washington Senators outfielder Harmon Killebrew poses for a portrait. Killebrew, the affable, big-swinging Hall of Famer whose tape-measure home runs made him the cornerstone of the Minnesota Twins, died Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., after battling esophageal cancer. He was 74. Killebrew broke in to the majors with the Senators in 1954 as an 18-year-old. (AP Photo/File)
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In this August 1959 file photo, Washington Senators outfielder Harmon Killebrew poses for a portrait. Killebrew, the affable, big-swinging Hall of Famer whose tape-measure home runs made him the cornerstone of the Minnesota Twins, died Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., after battling esophageal cancer. He was 74. Killebrew broke in to the majors with the Senators in 1954 as an 18-year-old. (AP Photo/File)

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