Ron Cey Never Took His Baseball Career For Granted

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Ronald Charles Cey played as a third baseman from 1971 through 1987, most notably as an integral member of the Los Angeles Dodgers teams that won four National League pennants and one World Series championship. A six-time All-Star, Cey was named the World Series MVP after leading the Dodgers to victory during the 1981 World Series. He ended his career playing for the Chicago Cubs and the Oakland Athletics. Cey was a popular player nicknamed "The Penguin" for his slow waddling running gait by his college coach, Chuck "Bobo" Brayton.

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