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  • Frank Saucier promising career derailed by more than Veeck's midget intervention

    http://www.baseballhappenings.net/20...-derailed.html

    I recently received some mail correspondence from Frank Saucier, who played for the St. Louis Browns in 1951. Most fans know of Saucier as the player who was pinch hit for by midget Eddie Gaedel. Saucier sent some articles about his career that illustrated the success he had in his short time in baseball, as well as his military service, both of which inspired the article. Enjoy.
    Baseball Happenings
    - Linking baseball's past, present and future.
    http://baseballhappenings.blogspot.com

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    Frank Saucier is the father of Kevin Saucier, who was a dependable reliever on the Philadelphia Phillies 1980 World's Championship team.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by philliesfiend55 View Post
      Frank Saucier is the father of Kevin Saucier, who was a dependable reliever on the Philadelphia Phillies 1980 World's Championship team.

      Are you sure, philliesfiend? I don't see this pair on any father-son list (not to say that it couldn't be an oversight).

      This article also suggests otherwise:

      http://www.wsre.org/grandslam/grand-...in-saucier.asp

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