Bob Maier

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Robert Phillip Maier

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In his only major league season, Bob Maier was the Detroit Tigers' everyday third baseman during their 1945 wartime World Championship season. Maier's World Series average was a neat 1.000 (he batted once, doubling as a pinch-hitter for catcher Paul Richards). Jimmy Outlaw played third base in the Series, as Maier lost his spot in the lineup in a shuffle resulting from Hank Greenberg's service release after four years of military duty, late in the 1945 season.

In the minors, Bob played for Trenton, Salisbury, Hagerstown and Buffalo.

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