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May 26, 1902 in Sampson City, Florida – December 4, 1991 in Starke, Florida: Herb Thomas: a utility player in pro ball 1922-34,1936, 1938,1940-42 //     Boston Braves (1924–1925, 1927)     New York Giants (1927)// .221 with 11 2B,4 3B in 243 AB//in the minors in 6676 // a AB, .312 BA in 1760 games, 397 2B, 88 3B, 71 HR // a veteran of WWll

May 26, 1902 in Sampson City, Florida – December 4, 1991 in Starke, Florida: Herb Thomas: a utility player in pro ball 1922-34,1936, 1938,1940-42 // Boston Braves (1924–1925, 1927) New York Giants (1927)// .221 with 11 2B,4 3B in 243 AB//in the minors in 6676 // a AB, .312 BA in 1760 games, 397 2B, 88 3B, 71 HR // a veteran of WWll

1947 New York Giants Team ~ The 1947 Giants didn't win the pennant, but they were renowned for something else: home runs. Led by Johnny Mize's league-leading 51 HR's, the '47 squad managed to crack 221 HR's, shattering the old MLB mark of 182 set by the 1936 Yankees.

1947 New York Giants Team ~ The 1947 Giants didn't win the pennant, but they were renowned for something else: home runs. Led by Johnny Mize's league-leading 51 HR's, the '47 squad managed to crack 221 HR's, shattering the old MLB mark of 182 set by the 1936 Yankees.

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Jack Lohrke (1924 - 2009) Major League Baseball Player. He played at the third base, second base and shortstop positions for seven seasons (1947 to 1953) with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies. He was a member of the 1951 National League Pennant-winning Giants' team and recorded two plate appearances in two games during the World Series. In 354 career regular season games, he had 221 hits with a .242 lifetime batting average

Jack Lohrke (1924 - 2009) Major League Baseball Player. He played at the third base, second base and shortstop positions for seven seasons (1947 to 1953) with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies. He was a member of the 1951 National League Pennant-winning Giants' team and recorded two plate appearances in two games during the World Series. In 354 career regular season games, he had 221 hits with a .242 lifetime batting average

July 16, 1897 – June 7, 1949: Herman 'Hi' Bell: played pro ball from 1922-36 and was a right-handed pitcher over parts of eight seasons with the Cardinals and New York Giants. For his career, he compiled a 32–34 record in 221 appearances, most as a relief pitcher, with an 3.69 earned run average and 191 strikeouts. Bell was a member of three NL pennant winners (1926, 1930 & 1933), winning two World Series with the 1926 Cardinals and the 1933 Giants

July 16, 1897 – June 7, 1949: Herman 'Hi' Bell: played pro ball from 1922-36 and was a right-handed pitcher over parts of eight seasons with the Cardinals and New York Giants. For his career, he compiled a 32–34 record in 221 appearances, most as a relief pitcher, with an 3.69 earned run average and 191 strikeouts. Bell was a member of three NL pennant winners (1926, 1930 & 1933), winning two World Series with the 1926 Cardinals and the 1933 Giants

Charles Walter "Chuck" Dressen - Major League Baseball Player, Manager. Played Major League Baseball for 8 seasons (1925-1931, 1933). He spent nearly all of his playing career with the Cincinnati Reds as a their starting third baseman (playing 16 games in 1933 for the New York Giants). His career totals were a .272 Batting Average, 11 Home Runs, and 221 Runs Batted In. In 1934 he began his managing career, for which he is better known for today. Managed his old team, the Reds, from 1934 to…

Charles Walter "Chuck" Dressen - Major League Baseball Player, Manager. Played Major League Baseball for 8 seasons (1925-1931, 1933). He spent nearly all of his playing career with the Cincinnati Reds as a their starting third baseman (playing 16 games in 1933 for the New York Giants). His career totals were a .272 Batting Average, 11 Home Runs, and 221 Runs Batted In. In 1934 he began his managing career, for which he is better known for today. Managed his old team, the Reds, from 1934 to…

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