Alan Trammell

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Trammell had great hair in high school

Alan Trammell is the leadoff hitter and shortstop for the fearsome Detroit Tigers on the NES version of RBI Baseball. Thought by many in the Dee Nee community to be the best leadoff hitter in the game, Trammell is known for his leadoff homeruns. He has one of the bettter HR and speed combinations in the game, and also boasts excellent contact.

RBI Stats


  • Born February 21st, 1958 in Garden Grove, California
  • Made his Major League debut September 9th, 1977
  • Played his final game September 29th, 1996
  • Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 2nd round of the 1976 amateur draft
  • Played his entire 20 year career with the Detroit Tigers
  • Six-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove winner
  • Tied a World Series record for a five-game series with nine hits in winning the 1984 World Series MVP
  • Managed Tigers for three seasons, from 2003-2005, compiling a record of 186-300.


Hall of Shame Entries

  • Manager of the second-worst team in baseball history, the 2003 Detroit Tigers
  • At a Halloween party one year, he dressed as Frankenstein. Wearing elevated boots, Trammell tripped, fell and injured his knee to the point that it required surgery.


Alan Trammell pivots to throw as Tom Brookens looks on
Alan Trammell gives an umpire an earful as Tigers manager
Trammell and fellow RBI'er Paul Molitor share a rookie card.

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