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March 3, 1916 – September 8, 1968: Bill Kalfass: pitched in pro ball 1934-1940, 1946/ in 1937 pitched in 3 games for the Athletics with a record of 1-0,3.00 ERA, 12 IP,10 BB, 9SO/ he was a 1937 graduate of Columbia University

March 1916 – September Bill Kalfass: pitched in pro ball in 1937 pitched in 3 games for the Athletics with a record of ERA, 12 BB, he was a 1937 graduate of Columbia University

June 1, 1887 – November 14, 1965: Ewart 'Dixie' Walker: a RHP in pro ball 1909-1917,Washington Senators (1909–1912)// record 25-31, 3.52 ERA in 481 IP / the father of Dixie and Harry the Hat Walker, both MLB players

June 1887 – November Ewart 'Dixie' Walker: a RHP in pro ball Senators record ERA in 481 IP / the father of Dixie and Harry the Hat Walker, both MLB players

April 30, 1892 – August 5, 1929: Anton Christian 'Tony' Brottem: a catcher/first baseman in pro ball 1913-1925,1929//     St. Louis Cardinals (1916, 1918)     Washington Senators (1921)     Pittsburgh Pirates (1921)//in 62 games, .215/.264/.237, 13 RBI

April 1892 – August Anton Christian 'Tony' Brottem: a catcher/first baseman in pro ball St.

May 3, 1894 – May 24, 1974: Cliff Markle: from Dravosburg,PA//a pitcher in pro ball 1913-16,1919-28,     New York Yankees (1915–1916)     Cincinnati Reds (1921–1922)     New York Yankees (1924)// record of 12-17,4.10 ERA in 234.2 IP, 110 BB 90 SO

May 1894 – May Cliff Markle: from Dravosburg,PA//a pitcher in pro ball New York Yankees Cincinnati Reds New York Yankees record of ERA in IP, 110 BB 90 SO

April 2, 1906 – June 20, 1974: Bob Way: born in Emlenton,PA// played 2B and OF in pro ball 1926-1930//with the White Sox in 1927 for 5 games and 3 PA, .333/.333/.333 and 1RBI

April 1906 – June Bob Way: born in Emlenton,PA// played and OF in pro ball the White Sox in 1927 for 5 games and 3 PA, and

20 April 1898-24 September 1990: Johnny Wertz: from Pomaria,SC//pitched in pro ball 1924-1932 with the Braves 1926-29//Overall, Werts went 15–21 with a 4.29 ERA in his four-year major league career. In 378 innings, he allowed 460 hits and 111 walks, while striking out 111 batters

20 April September Johnny Wertz: from Pomaria,SC//pitched in pro ball with the Braves Werts went with a ERA in his four-year major league career. In 378 innings, he allowed 460 hits and 111 walks, while striking out 111 batters

June 3, 1890 in Austin, TX – May 15, 1961 in Houston,TX: John Taff: a RHP in pro ball 1910-1915, with the Athletics  for 7 games in 1913 - reocrd of 0-1 in 17.2 IP, 6.62 ERA, 9 SO, 5 BB

June 3, 1890 in Austin, TX – May 15, 1961 in Houston,TX: John Taff: a RHP in pro ball 1910-1915, with the Athletics for 7 games in 1913 - reocrd of 0-1 in 17.2 IP, 6.62 ERA, 9 SO, 5 BB

18 April 1896-18 April 1972: Richard 'Rip' Conway:from White Bear Lake,MN//played second base in pro ball 1917-1924,with Boston Braves in 1918 for 14 games//28 PA,.167/.231/.167, 4 SO, 2 RBI

18 April April Richard 'Rip' Conway:from White Bear Lake,MN//played second base in pro ball Boston Braves in 1918 for 14 4 SO, 2 RBI

February 6, 1894 – December 8, 1948: Pelham Ballenger: an infielder from South Carolina, played in pro ball 1920-29/ in 1928 he made his debut with the Senators on May 7 and played his final game on May 12. In three games he was 1-for-9 (.111) and handled nine chances without making an error.

February 1894 – December Pelham Ballenger: an infielder from South Carolina, played in pro ball in 1928 he made his debut with the Senators on May 7 and played his final game on May In three games he was and handled nine chances without making an error.

June 8, 1901 in Terrell, TX – September 18, 1980 in Dallas TX; Leo Tankersley: a catcher in pro ball 1925-26, with the CHW in 1925 / played in 1 game with 3 PA / played for the Terrell Terrors of the Texas Assoc in 1926

June 1901 in Terrell, TX – September 1980 in Dallas TX; Leo Tankersley: a catcher in pro ball with the CHW in 1925 / played in 1 game with 3 PA / played for the Terrell Terrors of the Texas Assoc in 1926

May 24, 1887 – October 21, 1968: Jack Killilay: from Leavenworth ,KS // pitched in pro ball 1904,1906-1916, with BOS in 1911 - record of 4-2, 3.54 ERA in 61 IP over 14 games//reocrd of 146-132 in the minors

May 1887 – October Jack Killilay: from Leavenworth ,KS // pitched in pro ball with BOS in 1911 - record of ERA in 61 IP over 14 games//reocrd of in the minors

17 April 1870-27 April 1948: Ad Yale: from Connecticut/ a first baseman in pro ball 1897-1914, with 4 games for the Brooklyn Superbas in 1905// he had 14 PA, 1 RBI, .077/.143/.077 - had 39 chances at 1B with 0 errors

17 April April Ad Yale: from Connecticut/ a first baseman in pro ball with 4 games for the Brooklyn Superbas in he had 14 PA, 1 RBI, - had 39 chances at with 0 errors

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January 4, 1887 – November 15, 1959: Armstrong 'Klondike' Smith: born in London,UK/played in pro ball  1910-1916/ made his major league debut in a September 28,1912,for the Highlanders in a  double-header against the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park. His last appearance was on October 5 in a home game against the Washington Senators at Hilltop Park. That was the only game the Highlanders won while Smith was in the lineup.He played 7 games for the New York team with a .185 BA

January 4, 1887 – November 15, 1959: Armstrong 'Klondike' Smith: born in London,UK/played in pro ball 1910-1916/ made his major league debut in a September 28,1912,for the Highlanders in a double-header against the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park. His last appearance was on October 5 in a home game against the Washington Senators at Hilltop Park. That was the only game the Highlanders won while Smith was in the lineup.He played 7 games for the New York team with a .185 BA

May 21, 1893– January 4, 1942: Herold Juul: from Chicago// pitched in pro ball 1913- 14,1916, with the Brooklyn Tip-Tops of the Federal League in 1914 // record of 0-3 in 9 games, 6.21 ERA in 29 IP, 16 SO, 31 BB

May January Herold Juul: from Chicago// pitched in pro ball with the Brooklyn Tip-Tops of the Federal League in 1914 // record of in 9 games, ERA in 29 IP, 16 SO, 31 BB

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