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What does ALER stand for?

ALER stands for American Leaguer (Major League Baseball slang)


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Some of the stars interviewed were Hall of Famers Al Kaline, Frank Robinson, Bob Gibson, Juan Marichal, Ferguson Jenkins and all-time home run king Hank Aaron; broadcasters and former National Leaguers Tim McCarver and Mike Shannon; former National Leaguers Dal Maxvill, Jeff Torborg and Maury Wills; former American Leaguers Jim Bouton, Bill Monbouquette, Joe Pepitone and Tony Oliva; baseball writers Thomas Boswell and Leonard Koppett; broadcaster Bob Costas; film producer and actor Billy Crystal; and musician George Thorogood.
Some of the stars interviewed were Hall of Famers Al Kaline, Frank Robinson, Bob Gibson, Juan Marichal, Ferguson Jenkins and all-time home run king Hank Aaron; broadcasters and former National Leaguers Tim McCarver and Mike Shannon; former National Leaguers Dal Maxvill, Jeff Torborg and Maury Wills; former American Leaguers Jim Bouton, Bill Monbouquette, Joe Pepitone and Tony Oliva; baseball writers Thomas Boswell and Leonard Koppett; broadcaster Bob Costas; film producer and actor Billy Crystal; and musician George Thorogood.
Martinez is the first American Leaguer to play at least 50 games at both first base and catcher, and hit at least 20 home runs in a season, since Mickey Tettleton in 1993.