Roy Hilton White is a retired outfielder in the Major League Baseball who spent his entire career playing for the New York Yankees. He was born on December 27, 1943 in Los Angeles, California. He bats and throws right- handed.
White was signed by the Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1961. He made his MLB debut on September 7, 1965 in a Yankees game against the Baltimore Orioles. During his playing career, he was part of the All- Star teams twice and has 2 World Series titles in his jacket. He was the leader in walks in 1972 and runs scored in 1976 in the American League. He was an AL pennant winner in 1976. His last appearance as a player on the MLB field was on September 27, 1979 against the Cleveland Indians. He then played for the Tokyo Giants in Japan for 3 seasons before working as a coach for the Oakland Athletics and the Yankees. Throughout his entire career, White recorded a .271 batting average, 160 home runs, and 758 runs batted in. White was also known for his charitable work, founding the Roy White Foundation to help poor children and young adults attend college.
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