From BR Bullpen
Francis Clyde Bushey
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut September 17, 1927
- Final Game September 27, 1930
- Born August 1, 1906 in Wheaton, KS USA
- Died March 18, 1972 in Topeka, KS USA
 Biographical Information
Kansas native Frank Bushey spent five seasons in professional baseball from 1927 to 1931. Frank spent two short runs in the Major Leagues with the Boston Red Sox, making his debut on September 17, 1927 and ending his time with the Fenway Park club on September 27, 1930. During these two short periods Bushey made eleven appearances for an 0-1 record and a 6.30 ERA.
Frank spent just three seasons in the minor leagues (1928-1929 and 1931). He had two double-digit win years, the first in 1928 when he built a 12-11 record with three different teams and his best numbers came in 1929 when he threw a 12-5 record for the Pittsfield Hillies of the class A Eastern League. During his time in the minor leagues Frank won 30 times and lost 25 while appearing in 115 games.
After baseball, Frank operated a grocery store and other businesses in St. Marys, Kansas, retiring shortly before his death. He died from cancer at a hospital in Topeka, KS on March 18, 1972 and was Interred at Mount Calvary Cemetery in St. Marys. Francis Clyde Bushey was 65 years of age.