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Former Dodgers slugger Wally Moon, whose 'Moon shots' helped team reach three World Series, dies at 87

Wally Moon, the wiry outfielder with the old-school crewcut who helped take the Dodgers to the World Series three times and became a crowd favorite for his towering "Moon shots," has died. He was 87.
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