Carew was erroneously named the second baseman on Stein's All-Jewish team. Carew has also worked at various times as a minor league and spring training hitting and base running coach for the Twins and serves as an international youth baseball instructor for Major League Baseball.
Carew served as an MLB coach for several years after retiring as a player. Although Carew attended George Washington High School, he never played baseball for the high school team.He had finished in the top 15 in AL MVP voting in every season between 19. On February 3, Carew was traded to the Angels for outfielder Ken Landreaux, catcher/first baseman Dave Engle, right-handed pitcher Paul Hartzell, and left-handed pitcher Brad Havens.Although it would have represented an infusion of talent, the Twins were unable to complete a possibly better deal with the New York Yankees in January in which Carew would have moved to the Yankees in exchange for Chris Chambliss, Juan Beníquez, Dámaso García, and Dave Righetti. Newspaper reports characterized him as swinging one-handed that season due to pain, but he put together a 25-game hitting streak at one point in the season. The Angels went to the playoffs in 1982, which was Carew's fourth and final appearance in postseason play.Carew was awarded damages equivalent to what he would have likely received in 1986: $782,035.71.Through 2013, Carew still holds many places on the Twins all-time franchise lists including: the highest career batting average (.334), the second highest on-base percentage (.393; tied with Buddy Myer), fourth highest in intentional walks (99), and fifth in hits (2,085) and stolen bases (271).
Carew suspected that baseball owners were colluding to keep him (and other players) from signing.On January 10, 1995, nearly a decade after his forced retirement, arbitrator Thomas Roberts ruled that the owners had violated the rules of baseball's second collusion agreement.In 1975, Carew won his fourth consecutive AL batting title. He joined Ty Cobb as the only players to lead the major leagues in batting average for three consecutive seasons.Another source propagating the story is the 1994 song, "The Chanukah Song", written and performed by entertainer Adam Sandler, in which he lists famous Jews of the 20th century: "... Devout Christians, the family attends Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.
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On January 19, 2004, Panama City's National Stadium was renamed "Rod Carew Stadium".He also holds many places in Angels franchise history including highest career on-base percentage (.393), the second highest batting average (.314), and sixth highest in both intentional walks (45) and sacrifice hits (60).In a pre-game ceremony before the 2016 All Star Game in San Diego, the American League batting championship trophy was named "the Rod Carew American League Batting Championship Award." During the 1960s, Carew served a six-year commitment in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a combat engineer.Promoted to the Single-A Orlando Twins in the Florida State League the following season, Carew hit .303 with 20 doubles, eight triples and one home run.Carew spent the 1966 season back at Single-A, but this time with the Wilson Tobs in the Carolina League.