WARNING: If you want to avoid the "The Captain" (Jeter) fawning, skip to 1:35.
Thereafter, it's an enjoyable take on Hanser, with plenty of video of Baltimore Choppers and Texas Leaguers. His unsung retro rarity is confirmed by the fact that Baseball-reference.com's lists for him of "Similar Batters through [age] 26" and "Similar Batters" are the most unrecognizable motley crew I've ever encountered there (outside of Ronald Torreyes, but I'm in Flatbush, where the windows on the Target two blocks away are somehow still intact).
If you like the DH, it came about during his reign. Now I was too young then to remember the politics, as to whether he championed it or fought it. There were actually two separate leagues then with their own CEO/management, and even before the DH I think there were some rules differences (maybe a different balk rule?). So maybe the DH came about solely from AL leadership and Kuhn had nothing to do with it.
The owners had the reserve clause and the antitrust exemption and they weren't going to give that up without a knockdown drag-out legal and labor fight. So Kuhn was certainly the right man for the job from their point of view.
Has anyone mentioned Markakis? His speed was never elite but he was quick enough to hit double digit steals a few times. Elite hit, plus arm, glove, and power.
Seems like "5 Tool Player" usually means "Jack of all trades, master of none."