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  • Art Quirk, Bob Wiesler and Art Schult, former Senators players, pass away

    Art Quirk pitched for the Senators in 1963, going 1-0 with a 4.29 ERA in 7 games.

    QUIRK, ARTHUR L., JR. former pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Senators, founding board chair of Horizons, Inc. and former board member of American School for the Deaf, died on November 22, 2014, at home in Stonington, CT surrounded by his family.
    Read more:

    http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/pro....KymXOfZi.dpuf

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    Bob Wiesler was a Senators pitcher from 1956 to 1958. He died in August.

    Former Beaumont High lefthanded pitcher Bob Wiesler, who signed with the New York Yankees in 1949 and finished his career with the Washington Senators in 1958, died Sunday of heart failure at his home in Florissant. He was 83. Wiesler was a standout at Beaumont and gained attention of pro scouts playing for the Stockham American Legion Post.
    Read more:

    http://www.stltoday.com/sports/other...d25947922.html

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    Art Schult was a Senator in 1957, playing in the outfield and at first base. He hit .263 in 77 games. He died in July.

    Arthur William Schult, a journeyman professional baseball player during the 1950s, died Friday at the Legacy House Hospice on Friday. He was 86.

    Known as “Dutch” during his decade run in Major League Baseball, Schult played first base, outfield and pinch hitter for six teams.
    Read more:

    http://www.ocala.com/article/2014072...yer-dies-at-86

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