Stubbs spent 10 seasons in the majors, hitting .232 with 104 home runs for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers and Detroit Tigers. He played from 1984-1992, then returned to the majors in 1995 with Detroit. He twice hit 23 home runs in a season, for the Dodgers in 1986 and the Astros in 1990. The latter was his best year, seeing him hit .261 while setting career highs in RBIs (71), runs (59), stolen bases (19), hits (117) and doubles (23).
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Stubbs was a member of the 1988 Dodgers team that defeated the Oakland A’s in the World Series. He hit .294 with three runs scored, two doubles and two RBIs in the Fall Classic.
Franklin Stubbs – career stats