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  • #16
    Del Crandall, a "perennial" all-star catcher with the Milwaukee Braves turns 90 today. (MLB Career: 1949-1966, except 1951 & 1952-Military Service. Boston Braves 1949-1950; Milwaukee Braves: 1953-1963. Sam Francisco Giants:1964; Pittsburgh Pirates: 1965;Cleveland Indians: 1966.
    179 home runs, Three 20-home run seasons with a career high of 26 HR in 1955. Crandall had 8 consecutive seasons with 15 home runs or more and hit 179 career HRs. He was a National League All-Star eight times in a 10 year period.: 1953-1956, 1958-1960 and 1962.
    Last edited by 1954 Phils; 03-04-2020, 11:50 PM.

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    • #17
      Former Milwaukee Braves pitcher Arnold Umbach has passed away per Baseball Reference.com

      https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...mbacar01.shtml

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