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Clarence Everett Yaryan
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10½", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut April 23, 1921
- Final Game September 24, 1922
- Born November 5, 1892 in Knowlton, IA USA
- Died November 16, 1964 in Birmingham, AL USA
 Biographical Information
Yam Yaryan had a long minor league career (1917-1940) and played two seasons in the majors. In 1921 he hit .304 with the 1921 White Sox. From 1926-30 with the Birmingham Barons he never hit less than .330. Yaryan was out of baseball in 1933-1935, then returned as a player/manager in 1936. As a 46 year old catcher in 1939, Yaryan hit .302 in the class-B Southeastern League. He then hit .302 at 47 in the class D Alabama State League in 1940. Overall, he hit .315 with 213 home runs in twenty seasons in the minor leagues.
Yaryan was one of the first, if not the first, player to hit 200 or more home runs in a professional career.
After leaving baseball he was a salesman.
- HR Titles
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1936||Andalusia Reds||Alabama-Florida League||6th||none||replaced Bill Koneman July 31|
|1937||Andalusia Bulldogs||Alabama-Florida League||68-56||3rd||none||League Champs|
|1938||Andalusia Bulldogs||Alabama-Florida League||70-60||3rd (t)||none||Lost League Finals|
|1939||Gadsden Pilots||Southeastern League||31-37||--||Pittsburgh Pirates||--||replaced by Charlie Moss (46-29) on June 27|
|1940||Brewton Millers||Alabama State League||51-79||5th||none|