Jesus Alou, a two-time World Series winning outfielder with the Oakland A’s and the youngest of the famed Alou brothers, has passed away at 80.

Alou and his brothers, Felipe and Matty, made MLB history on Sept. 15, 1963 when they all played in the outfield together for the Giants. Jesus is the youngest of the legendary trio.

In addition to Alou’s time with the Giants, he would play with the Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics, and New York Mets. It was with the Athletics that he won two World Series, in 1973 and ’74.

For his career, Alou hit .280 with 32 home runs and 31 steals in 1,380 games.

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