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Nicknamed the ‘Iron Man’, Steve Garvey set a National League record of 1,207 consecutive games, the majority of them with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He is a four-time Golden Glove winner, a lifetime batting average of .294 and fielding percentage of .996, a ML record for first basemen. He is the only first baseman to ever have an errorless season and has been a playoff MVP three times. In 1981, Garvey won the World Series with the Dodgers and moved to the Padres in 1983, winning the NL pennant in 1984. He retired in 1988 and now runs his own marketing and communications firm. He has won award several times for his charity and business successes.