1936-38 N.L. home run champ crossword clue answers

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Answer Letters Clue Relevance
OTT 3 1936-38 N.L. home run champ 100%
KINER 5 1946-52 N.L. home run champ 88.888888888889%
SOSA 4 2000 N.L. home run champ 78.43137254902%
KINER 5 Seven-time N.L. home run champ 73.684210526316%
OTT 3 Four-time N.L. home-run champ 71.428571428571%
OTT 3 N.L. home-run champ: 1942 69.230769230769%
KINER 5 Seven-time NL home run champ 69.090909090909%
MELOTT 6 Six-time '30s-'40s N.L. home run champ 67.692307692308%
OTT 3 1930s N.L. home run king Mel 65.454545454545%
RALPHKINER 10 NL home run champ, 7 consecutive seasons 50.746268656716%
GOTTA 5 '-- run!' 27.777777777778%

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1 11-time 1930's-40's All-Star
2 12-time All-Star Mel
3 12-time baseball All-Star, 1934-45
4 12-time baseball All-Star
5 15th-stanza subject of Ogden Nash's "ABC of Baseball Immortals"
6 1926 "Boy Wonder" of baseball
7 1930s-'40s slugger
8 1930s home run king
9 1930s N.L. home run king Mel
10 1934 N.L. RBI leader Mel
11 1934 N.L. RBI leader
12 1940s Giants manager Mel
13 1940's Giants manager
14 1951 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Mel
15 1951 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee
16 1951 Cooperstown inductee
17 '30s Giant slugger
18 30's home run king
19 '30s home run king
20 '40s Giant manager
21 5'9" Giant Mel
22 Baseball All-Star, 1934-44
23 Baseball great
24 Baseball great Mel ---
25 Baseball great Mel
26 Baseball great.
27 Baseball Hall-of-Fame name
28 Baseball Hall of Famer
29 Baseball Hall-of-Famer
30 Baseball Hall of Famer Mel
31 Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mel
32 Baseball Hall of Famer nicknamed "Master Melvin"
33 Baseball Hall-of-Famer who batted left and threw right
34 Baseball immortal
35 Baseball legend Mel, ''The Little Giant''
36 Baseball legend Mel
37 Baseball legend mentioned in Ogden Nash's "Lineup for Yesterday"
38 Baseball legend nicknamed "Master Melvin"
39 Baseball legendMel
40 Baseball name
41 Baseball notable
42 Baseball star
43 Baseballer Mel
44 Baseball's legendary Mel
45 Baseball's "Little Giant"
46 Baseball's ''Little Giant''
47 Baseball's "Little Giant" Mel
48 Baseball's Little Giant
49 Baseball's "Master Melvin"
50 Baseball's Master Melvin
51 Baseball's Mel ____
52 Baseball's Mel and hockey's Steve
53 Baseball's Mel
54 Baseball's "The Little Giant"
55 Baseball's "The Little Giant," Mel
56 Baseball's ''The Little Giant''
57 Angels' catcher
58 A giant among Giants
59 A Giant at 16
60 A giant of a Giant
61 A Giants giant
62 As of 1937, he was the all-time N.L. home run leader until Mays surpassed him in 1966
63 Atlantic Div. skaters
64 Alice Sara ___ (classical pianist)
65 All-time NL home run leader before Mays
66 Four-time N.L. home-run champ
67 Famed Giant Mel
68 Famed Giant
69 Famed name in baseball.
70 His "4" was retired
71 His #4 was retired by the Giants in 1948
72 His #4 was retired by the New York Giants
73 Famous Giant.
74 Famous Giant
75 Famous name in baseball.
76 Fred ___, whose sneeze was the subject of the first copyrighted movie in the U.S.
77 Fred in the oldest surviving motion picture
78 Fred who had a famous sneeze in early motion picture history
79 Durocher predecessor
80 Celebrated Giant
81 Hitter Mel
82 Hitter of 511 career home runs
83 Hitter of 511 homers
84 Hitter of 511 lifetime home runs
85 Great Giant of old
86 Great Giant
87 Hockey's Steve or baseball's Mel
88 Home run hitter of old
89 Homer hitter Mel
90 Homer-hitting Mel
91 Diamond figure on a 2006 postage stamp
92 Diamond great
93 Diamond star Mel
94 Coogan's Bluff hero
95 Hall-of-Fame Giant slugger
96 Hall-of-Fame Giant
97 Hall of Fame name
98 Hall of Famer
99 Hall-of-Famer Mel
100 Hall of Famer Mel
101 Cooperstown Giant
102 Cooperstown Hall of Famer Mel
103 Cooperstown inductee of '51
104 Cooperstown name
105 Cooperstown's Mel
106 Hubbell teammate
107 Hubbell's teammate
108 Direct-to-subscriber's streaming service, for short
109 First National League member of the 500-homer club
110 First National League player to hit 500 home runs
111 First National League player to pass 500 home runs
112 First National League player to reach 500 home runs
113 First National Leaguer to hit 500 home runs
114 First National Leaguer to hit 500 homers
115 First National Leaguer with 500 home runs
116 First National Leaguer with 500 homers
117 First National Leaguer with eight consecutive 100-R.B.I. seasons
118 First National Leaguer with eight consecutive 100-RBI seasons
119 First N.L. 500 home run club member
120 First NL player to hit 500 Home Runs
121 First N.L. player to hit 500 home runs
122 First N.L.'er to hit 500 home runs
123 First N.L.'er to hit 500 homers
124 Giant #4
125 Giant among baseball's Giants
126 Giant among Giants
127 Giant at 16
128 Giant at Cooperstown
129 Giant born in Louisiana
130 Giant from Gretna
131 Giant from Louisiana
132 Giant Giant Mel ___
133 Giant giant Mel
134 Giant Giant
135 Giant great.
136 Giant great Mel
137 Giant great who wore #4
138 Giant great
139 Giant Hall-of-Famer
140 Giant Hall of Famer Mel
141 Giant Hall-of-Famer Mel
142 Giant Hall of Famer
143 Giant homer hitter Mel
144 Giant in Cooperstown
145 Giant legend
146 Giant legend "Master Melvin"
147 Giant legend Mel
148 Giant Mel enshrined in Cooperstown
149 Giant Mel in Cooperstown
150 Giant Mel in the baseball Hall of Fame
151 Giant Mel in the Hall of Fame
152 Giant Mel of baseball
153 Giant Mel of Cooperstown
154 Giant Mel
155 Giant Melvin
156 Giant Met
157 Giant nicknamed "Master Melvin"
158 Giant notable
159 Giant of a Giant Mel
160 Giant of a Giant
161 Giant of fame
162 Giant of legend
163 Giant of note
164 Giant of old
165 Giant of yore
166 Giant on the cover of Time magazine, 1945
167 Giant outfielder Mel
168 Giant slugger Mel
169 Giant slugger of old
170 Giant slugger
171 Giant star
172 Giant star in three decades
173 Giant star Mel
174 Giant star of the 1930's-40's
175 Giant star of the 1930s and '40s
176 Giant teammate of Mize
177 Giant who hit 511 homers
178 Giant who swung for the fences
179 Giant who wore "4"
180 Giant who wore #4
181 Giant who wore four
182 Giant whose #4 was retired
183 Giant with 511 homers
184 Giants' #4
185 Giants' baseball hall of famer Mel
186 Giants giant Mel
187 Giants' giant Mel
188 Giants great Mel
189 Giants great
190 Giants Hall of Fame member
191 Giants' Hall of Famer Mel
192 Giants Hall-of-Famer Mel
193 Giants Hall of Famer Mel
194 Giants Hall-of-Famer
195 Giants legend
196 Giants legend Mel
197 Giants' manager: 1942-48
198 Giants manager before Durocher
199 Giants manager of the 1940s
200 Giants outfielder Mel
201 Giants player-manager
202 Giants slugger Mel
203 Giants star from '26-'47
204 He hit 18 more home runs than Gehrig
205 He hit 35 in '34
206 He hit 511 career homers
207 He hit 511 home runs
208 He led his team in homers for 18 straight years
209 He played in 12 consecutive All-Star Games in the '30s and '40s
210 He replaced Foxx as baseball's youngest player when he debuted at age 17 in 1926
211 He slugged 511 homers
212 He started four All-Star Games in the outfield with Medwick
213 Canadian N.H.L. team, on scoreboards
214 He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame the same year as Foxx
215 Can.'s capital
216 Ex-Giant Mel
217 Capital of Can.
218 Excessive, briefly
219 John McGraw's "boy"
220 John McGraw's wunderkind
221 John who pioneered time-lapse photography
222 Former boy wonder of the Giants.
223 He's ahead of Sheffield on the all-time home run list
224 He's third behind Bonds and Morgan for most walks among NLers
225 He's third behind Foxx and Gehrig for most home runs in the 1930s
226 Former Giant Mel
227 Former Giant slugger
228 Former Giants giant
229 Former Giants great Mel
230 Former Giants manager
231 Right fielder Mel from Gretna, Louisiana
232 Right fielder Mel
233 Pittsburgh catcher and wrestling expert
234 Pittsburgh catcher
235 Outfielder, manager, business man.
236 Outrageous, briefly
237 Outrageous, in Internet slang: Abbr.
238 Streaming TV/film technology, initially
239 N.Y. Giant slugger
240 Like some direct-to-viewer streaming media: Abbr.
241 The Giants retired his #4
242 Player behind Bonds, Henderson, Ruth, Williams, Morgan, Yastrzemski, and Mantle on the all-time leader list for walks
243 Player honored with Campanella, Greenberg, and Mantle on "Baseball Sluggers" postage stamps
244 Player with 511 career home runs
245 Master Mel
246 Master Melvin
247 "Master Melvin" in Cooperstown
248 "Master Melvin" in the Baseball Hall of Fame
249 Master Melvin of baseball
250 "Master" Melvin of baseball.
251 "Master Melvin" of baseball
252 "Master Melvin" of the Giants
253 "Master Melvin" of the Polo Grounds
254 "Master Melvin" who led the Giants in homers every year from 1928 to 1945
255 "Master Melvin"
256 "The Little Giant"
257 "The Little Giant" Mel
258 The Little Giant
259 Subject of Durocher's "Nice guys finish last" sentiment
260 Subject of the 1999 biography subtitled "The Little Giant of Baseball"
261 The NHL's Senators, on a scoreboard
262 The NHL's Senators, on scoreboards
263 The "O" in Ogden Nash's alphabet of baseball players
264 "McGraw's boy"
265 McGraw's "wunderkind"
266 The Senators, on NHL scoreboards
267 The Senators, on score tickers
268 The Senators, on sports tickers
269 The Senators, on the scoreboard
270 Shortest surname in Cooperstown
271 Name at Cooperstown
272 Name in Cooperstown
273 Name of fame in a national game
274 "Little Giant" Mel of baseball fame
275 "Little Giant" Mel of baseball history
276 Little Giant Mel
277 Little Giant of the Giants
278 Name posted on the left-field upper deck of AT&T Park
279 Old Giants great Mel
280 Polo Grounds #4
281 Polo Grounds giant
282 Polo Grounds great Mel
283 Polo Grounds great
284 Polo Grounds Hall-of-Famer
285 Polo Grounds headliner
286 Polo Grounds hero Mel
287 Polo Grounds hero
288 Polo Grounds legend, Mel
289 Polo Grounds legend Mel (3)
290 Polo Grounds legend Mel
291 Polo Grounds legend
292 Polo Grounds slugger Mel
293 Polo Grounds slugger, once
294 Polo Grounds slugger
295 Polo Grounds standout
296 Polo Grounds star
297 Polo Grounds superstar
298 Mel, baseball All-Star 1934-45
299 Mel honored in Cooperstown
300 Mel in a Hall
301 Mel in Cooperstown
302 Mel in the Baseball Hall of Fame
303 Mel in the Hall
304 Mel in three World Series
305 Mel of baseball and crossword fame
306 Mel of baseball fame.
307 Mel of baseball fame
308 Mel of baseball lore
309 Mel of baseball
310 Mel of Cooperstown
311 Mel of Polo Grounds fame
312 Mel of the 500 home run club
313 Mel of the diamond
314 Mel of the Giants
315 Mel of the Hall of Fame
316 Mel of the majors
317 Mel of the old Giants
318 Mel of the Polo Grounds
319 Mel on a 2006 39¢ stamp
320 Mel or Ed of baseball
321 Mel or Ed
322 Mel the baseball legend
323 Mel the Giant slugger
324 Mel, the Giant slugger
325 Mel the Giant
326 Mel, "The Little Giant" of baseball
327 Mel, "The Little Giant"
328 Mel who batted left and threw right
329 Mel who could really belt one out
330 Mel who hit 511 home runs
331 Mel who played at the Polo Grounds
332 Mel who played for the Giants for over 20 years
333 Mel who slugged 511 career homers
334 Mel who was #4 at the Polo Grounds
335 Mel who was a New York Giant for 22 seasons
336 Mel who was portrayed in "Field of Dreams"
337 Mel who was the first N.L.'er to hit 500 home runs
338 Mel who wore No. 4
339 Mel whose '4' was retired
340 Mel whose "4" was retired
341 Mel with 1,860 RBI
342 Mel with 2,876 career hits
343 Mel with 511 career homers
344 Mel with 511 home runs
345 Mel with 511 homers
346 Mel with his "4" retired
347 Mel
348 Mell
349 Old Polo Grounds favorite
350 Old Polo Grounds headliner
351 Old Polo Grounds star
352 Member of the 500-home run club
353 Member of the 500-homerun club
354 Member of the 500 HR club
355 Old-time slugger Mel
356 Memorable Giant
357 National League RBI leader in 1934
358 National Leaguer who was ranked first, second, or third in walks every year from 1929 to 1944
359 Powerful giant
360 Louisiana-born Giant
361 New York Giant Mel
362 New York Giants giant Mel
363 New York Giants great Mel
364 New York Giants legend Mel
365 New York Giants manager of the 1940s
366 New York's "Little Giant"
367 NHL bad boy Steve ____
368 NHL East team
369 N.H.L. Eastern Conference team, on scoreboards
370 N.H.L. Senators, on scoreboards
371 One-time Giant slugger Mel
372 Legend of the Giants
373 Legendary baseball player for the Giants
374 Legendary Giant
375 Legendary Giant, Mel
376 Legendary Giant Mel
377 Legendary Giant slugger Mel
378 Legendary Giant slugger
379 Legendary Giants outfielder, Mel
380 Legendary Giants slugger Mel
381 Legendary homer hitter Mel
382 Legendary Mel, baseball's "Little Giant"
383 Legendary Mel of the Giants
384 N.L. home-run champ: 1942
385 MMA fighter John (don't know if he's related to baseball player Mel)
386 Onetime National League career home run king
387 Only Rose, Aaron, Musial, Mays, Bonds, and Yount have played more National League games than him
388 Super Giant
389 Twenty-two-season Giant Mel
390 Sports great on a 2006 stamp
391 Sports great
392 Sportsman whose #4 was retired
393 Third Major Leaguer to reach 500 home runs
394 Six-time home run champ
395 Six-time N.L. home run champ Mel
396 Six-time N.L. home run champ
397 Six-time N.L. home run leader
398 Six-time N.L. home run leader in the 1930s and '40s
399 Six-time N.L. home-run leader
400 Scorer of 1,859 runs
401 Star below Coogan's Bluff
402 Target of Durocher's "Nice guys finish last" sentiment
403 Slugger in a stamp series, along with Mantle, Greenberg, and Campanella
404 Slugger Mel enshrined in the Crossword Hall of Fame (Wait, there is no such place?Well there should be!)
405 Slugger Mel of the old Giants
406 Slugger Mel
407 Slugger of 511 career homers, Mel
408 Slugging Giant Mel
409 Slugging Giant
410 Slugging legend Mel
411 Teammate of Bill Terry
412 Teammate of Hubbell and Terry
413 Teammate of Hubbell
414 Teammate of Jo-Jo Moore
415 Youngest major-leaguer to reach 1,000 RBIs
416 When he retired in 1947, he was second to Ruth in career walks
417 To whom Durocher was referring when he said "Nice guys finish last"
418 Steve ___ (Dallas Stars forward)
419 Steve of the Dallas Stars

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