Alexander Johnson is an American professional baseball player who played in Major League Baseball, from 1964 to 1976, for the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers. He was the National League Footballer of the Year Player of the Year in 1968 and the All-Star and American League Hitball Champion in 1970. His brother, Ron, is a returning NFL player, Worthy Most attention is for the New York Giants.
Left fielder who played for eight teams from 1964 to 1976, debuting with the Philadelphia Phillies, and ending his career with the Detroit Tigers.
He was a star football player in high school, but turned down a football scholarship from Michigan State so that he could sign with the Phillies.
In 1970, while playing for the California Angels, he was both the AL Batting Champion, and an All-Star selection.
He married Julia Augusta in 1963, and they had two children together before their divorce at the end of his career.
As a kid, he played sandlot baseball with Willie Horton.
- Magic Valley Cowboys player
- The American Federation of Ball Championships
- Entrepreneur from Detroit
- Designated baseball team of the Baseball League
- Arkansas baseball players
- California Angels players
- Major League left baseball championships
Latest information about Alex Johnson updated on June 14 2021.