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    subscribe Highlights Ernest "Ernie" Banks, a Baseball Hall of Famer known as "Mr. Cub," was born in Dallas, Texas, on Jan. 31, 1931. He played for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues before joining the Chicago Cubs in 1953 for a 19-season major league career. Midway through his Cubs tenure, he switched from shortstop to first base. Though not built like a typical home run hitter, Banks used his bat speed to become a prodigious slugger. He was an 11-time All-Star, a two-time National League most valuable player and a two-time league home run leader. Though his athletic exploits were remarkable, he may have been even more beloved for his optimistic approach to the game... Ernest "Ernie" Banks, a Baseball Hall of Famer known as "Mr. Cub," was born in Dallas, Texas, on Jan. 31, 1931. He played for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues before joining the Chicago Cubs in 1953 for a 19-season major league career. Midway through his Cubs tenure, he switched from shortstop to first base. Though not built like a typical home run hitter, Banks used his bat speed to become a prodigious slugger. He was an 11-time All-Star, a two-time National League most valuable player and a two-time league home run leader. Though his athletic exploits were remarkable, he may have been even more beloved for his optimistic approach to the game. On sunny days, he would declare, "Let's play two!" The description of Wrigley Field as the "Friendly Confines" was popularized by Banks, and he may have coined the phrase. A statue of Banks is to be erected at Wrigley in 2008.

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24. Banks, Ernie | The HistoryMakers
Ernie Banks was born in Dallas, Texas, on January 31, 1931. As legend has it, his father had to bribe young Ernie with nickels and dimes in order to get his son to play catch.
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First Name: Ernie Last Name: Banks Category: SportsMakers Occupation: Baseball Player, Chicago Cubs Biography: Ernie Banks was born in Dallas, Texas , on January 31, 1931. As legend has it, his father had to bribe young Ernie with nickels and dimes in order to get his son to play catch.
An all-around athlete, Banks was a high school star in football, basketball and track. At age seventeen, he signed to play baseball with a Negro barnstorming team. Manager Cool Papa Bell recognized Banks' talent and signed him to a contract with the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Baseball League
In 1953, Banks was recruited directly from the Negro League into the majors with the Chicago Cubs. He hit his first home run on September 20, 1953, beginning a long career as one of the Cubs' most beloved players. From 1955 to 1960, Ernie Banks hit more homers than anyone in the majors, including Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron, and he finished his career with five seasons of forty or more home runs. In 1959 he became the first player in National League history to win consecutive Most Valuable Player trophies, a year removed from setting an NL record for homers by a shortstop with forty-seven.
After retiring from the major leagues as a career Cub in 1971, Banks became the first Cub to have his uniform number retired. In 1977, Banks was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Cubs fans will always remember him as the ballplayer who said, "What a great day for baseball! Let's play two!" On March 31, 2008, Banks was honored with a permanent statue of his likeness at Wrigley Field.

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National Visionary Born January 31, 1931 in Dallas, Texas Baseball Player CONTENTS: BIOGRAPHY VIDEO CLIPS EXTERNAL LINKS URL BIOGRAPHY The first African American to take the field for the Chicago Cubs, Ernie Banks had a remarkable career in baseball. As a shortstop, outfielder, first baseman, and powerful homerun hitter, he was known as "Mr. Cub" by his fans, and was the club's first player to have his number retired. Born on January 31, 1931 in Dallas, Texas, Banks was the second of twelve children. Like his father, who played baseball for two local teams, Banks was a skilled athlete who competed in basketball, football, softball, and track and field. However, he didn't begin to play baseball until high school, when a scout spotted him playing softball and recruited him to play for a semi-pro team in Amarillo, Texas during the summers. After graduation, he began playing in the Negro League for the Kansas City Monarchs. After serving in the Army, he returned to play for the Monarchs, but was soon signed by the Chicago Cubs, where he spent the rest of his athletic career. Read an open letter to Ernie Banks

30. Ernie Banks Definition Of Ernie Banks In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Banks, Ernie in full Ernest Banks (born Jan. 31, 1931, Dallas, Tex., U.S.) American baseball player. In 1950 Banks was signed by the Kansas City Monarchs, one of the top teams
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31. Ernie Banks (American Athlete) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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32. Banks, Ernie - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
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Banks, Ernie Nickname Mr. Cub Bio Ernie Banks, a product of Dallas’ Booker T. Washington High School (194649), is known as the greatest power-hitting shortstop of all time.
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36. Facts About Banks, Ernie, As Discussed In Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia Bank
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    (born 1931). The first baseball player to have his number (14) retired by the Chicago Cubs was Ernie Banks, who received the honor following his retirement as a player in 1971 after 19 seasons with the National League team. The energetic slugger, nicknamed Mr. Cub, was known for his classic baseball saying “Let's play two!” Get Random Facts Britannica Content: Other Britannica sites:
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