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Baseball player, Tim Raines, was born on September 16, 1959 in Sanford, Florida. Tim Raines played for six teams from 1979 to 2002 and was best known for his 13 seasons with the Montreal Expos. Regarded as one of the top leadoff hitters and baserunners in baseball history, Raines stole at least 70 bases in each of his first six full seasons (1981–1986), leading the National League in stolen bases each season from 1981 to 1984, with a career high of 90 steals in 1983. Raines also led the NL in runs scored twice (1983 and 1987), and in 1986 became the third switch hitter to win the NL batting title, with a .334 average.

Tim Raines has the fourth-highest total in major league history, With 808 steals in his career, behind Rickey Henderson, Lou Brock and Ty Cobb. Until 2008, his career stolen base percentage (84.7%) was the highest in MLB history for players with 300 or more attempts[7] and he was successful on 40 consecutive steal attempts between July 1993 and August 1995, setting an American League record at the time (the record was broken by Ichiro Suzuki in May 2007, when he completed 45 consecutive steals).

Among switch hitters, Raines ranks sixth in career hits (2,605), fourth in runs (1,571), walks (1,330) and times on base (3,977), fifth in plate appearances (10,359), seventh in singles (1,892), doubles (430), total bases (3,771) and at bats (8,872), eighth in triples (113) and tenth in extra base hits (713). He holds Expos/Washington Nationals franchise records for career runs (947), steals (635), singles (1,163), triples (82) and walks (793), and was the seventh player whose career began after 1945 to retire with over 1,500 runs and 100 triples.[8] His 1,966 games in left field ranked seventh in major league history when he retired.

Raines served as the hitting coach for the minor-league Harrisburg Senators in 2007, but he did not return for the 2008 season.

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Tim Raines Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez have been elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame for 2017. The results were released yesterday by the Baseball Writers of America Association (BBWAA) in an announcement at 6:00 p.m. EST. Tim Raines was elected in his tenth and final year on the ballot. He has 808 c ... read more



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