Vance Law

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Vance Aaron Law (born October 1, 1956) is a former third baseman in Major League Baseball. From through , he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1980–81), Chicago White Sox (1982–84), Montreal Expos (1985–87), Chicago Cubs (1988–89), and Oakland Athletics (1991). He also played one season in Japan for the Chunichi Dragons in 1990. Law batted and threw right-handed. He is the son of Cy Young Award winner Vern Law. He is currently the head baseball coach at Brigham Young University.

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Law's best season in the Major Leagues was in when he hit .293, with 163 hits, and 78 RBIs. He was selected to the 1988 All-Star Game as one of a then-record six Cubs players on the team (Andre Dawson, Greg Maddux, Ryne Sandberg, Rafael Palmeiro, and Shawon Dunston were the other five.)

Law holds an American League record for the longest errorless game by a third baseman when he played all 25 innings of the longest game in AL history (May 8 and 9, , against the Milwaukee Brewers).

During the 1980s, a variation of the Chicago-style hot dog called the Vance Law Dog was sold at Wrigley Field. It featured a traditional Chicago-style hot dog topped with cole slaw and ketchup. Some fans incorrectly referred to the dog as 'The Vance Slaw Dog' because of the inclusion of cole slaw. The dog was a personal favorite of the late broadcasting legend Harry Caray. It was not unusual for fans to catch Caray eating a Vance Law Dog after singing his famous seventh-inning...
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