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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 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

September 3, 1891 – February 19, 1927: Katsy Keifer: born in California, PA/ in pro ball 1913-23 in D,C,B and A ball/ played for the Indianapolis Hoosiers of the Federal League on Oct 8, 1914 :pitched a complete game, 6 H,2 ER,2 BB,2 SO,33 BF, record: 1-0

September 3, 1891 – February 19, 1927: Katsy Keifer: born in California, PA/ in pro ball 1913-23 in D,C,B and A ball/ played for the Indianapolis Hoosiers of the Federal League on Oct 8, 1914 :pitched a complete game, 6 H,2 ER,2 BB,2 SO,33 BF, record: 1-0

December 31, 1861 – January 11, 1914: Walt Goldsby:      St. Louis Browns (1884)     Washington Nationals (1884)     Richmond Virginians (1884)     Washington Nationals (1886)     Baltimore Orioles (1888)//in a game against the Philadelphia Athletics in 1888, he was hit in the head with a ball, causing him to lose consciousness. He complained of total memory loss of the day. It was thought that this incident could have played a part in the illness which caused him to leave pro ball in 1889.

December 31, 1861 – January 11, 1914: Walt Goldsby: St. Louis Browns (1884) Washington Nationals (1884) Richmond Virginians (1884) Washington Nationals (1886) Baltimore Orioles (1888)//in a game against the Philadelphia Athletics in 1888, he was hit in the head with a ball, causing him to lose consciousness. He complained of total memory loss of the day. It was thought that this incident could have played a part in the illness which caused him to leave pro ball in 1889.

November 1, 1888 – November 25, 1919:Grover Gilmore: born in Chicago/played in pro ball from 1910-1915,/ 1914-15 he spent with the Kansas City Packers of the Federal League - 258 games played,1059 PA,269 H, 158 SO/.286/.341/.385

November 1, 1888 – November 25, 1919:Grover Gilmore: born in Chicago/played in pro ball from 1910-1915,/ 1914-15 he spent with the Kansas City Packers of the Federal League - 258 games played,1059 PA,269 H, 158 SO/.286/.341/.385

August 15,1906-May 6,1985: George 'Red' Peery: from Payson, UT/pitched in pro ball 1924-1930,1927 with the Pirates and 1929 with the Braves/he was in 10 games with 45 IP,53 H,10 BB, 3 SO and an ERA of 5.00

August 15,1906-May 6,1985: George 'Red' Peery: from Payson, UT/pitched in pro ball 1924-1930,1927 with the Pirates and 1929 with the Braves/he was in 10 games with 45 IP,53 H,10 BB, 3 SO and an ERA of 5.00

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December 10, 1897 – March 25, 1953: Tim Griesenbeck: born in San Antonio,TX/ played in pro ball 1920-1922,1926-27/ played for the Cardinals in 1920 for 5 games with 3 PA, 1 H, 1 R

December 10, 1897 – March 25, 1953: Tim Griesenbeck: born in San Antonio,TX/ played in pro ball 1920-1922,1926-27/ played for the Cardinals in 1920 for 5 games with 3 PA, 1 H, 1 R

October 5, 1886 – January 29, 1976: Harry 'Cannonball' Otis: born in West New York NJ/  in pro ball 1909 - 1911/He pitched five games for the Cleveland Naps during the 1909 Cleveland Naps season: 2-2, 1.37 ERA, 6 SO

October 5, 1886 – January 29, 1976: Harry 'Cannonball' Otis: born in West New York NJ/ in pro ball 1909 - 1911/He pitched five games for the Cleveland Naps during the 1909 Cleveland Naps season: 2-2, 1.37 ERA, 6 SO

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