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Frankie Frisch

Frank Francis Frisch (The Fordham Flash)

Positions: Second Baseman and Third Baseman
Bats: Both, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 165 lb.

Born: September 9, 1897 in Bronx, NY
High School: Fordham Prep (Bronx, NY)
School: Fordham University (New York, NY)
Debut: June 17, 1919 (Age 21)
Final Game: August 5, 1937 (Age 39)
Inducted into the Hall of Fame by BBWAA as Player in 1947 (136/161 ballots).
   View Frankie Frisch Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos).

Died: March 12, 1973 in Wilmington, DE
Buried: Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, NY
View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject
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Managerial Stats

Rk Year Age Tm Lg W L W-L% G Finish Wpost Lpost W-L%post
1 1933 35 St. Louis Cardinals NL 2nd of 2 36 26 .581 63 5 Player/Manager
2 1934 36 St. Louis Cardinals NL 95 58 .621 154 1 WS Champs Player/Manager
3 1935 37 St. Louis Cardinals NL 96 58 .623 154 2 Player/Manager
4 1936 38 St. Louis Cardinals NL 87 67 .565 155 2 Player/Manager
5 1937 39 St. Louis Cardinals NL 81 73 .526 157 4 Player/Manager
6 1938 40 St. Louis Cardinals NL 1st of 2 63 72 .467 139 6
7 1940 42 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 78 76 .506 156 4
8 1941 43 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 81 73 .526 156 4
9 1942 44 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 66 81 .449 151 5
10 1943 45 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 80 74 .519 157 4
11 1944 46 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 90 63 .588 158 2
12 1945 47 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 82 72 .532 155 4
13 1946 48 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 1st of 2 62 89 .411 152 7
14 1949 51 Chicago Cubs NL 2nd of 2 42 62 .404 104 8
15 1950 52 Chicago Cubs NL 64 89 .418 154 7
16 1951 53 Chicago Cubs NL 1st of 2 35 45 .438 81 8
St. Louis Cardinals 6 years 458 354 .564 822 3.3 1 Pennant and 1 World Series Title
Pittsburgh Pirates 7 years 539 528 .505 1085 4.3
Chicago Cubs 3 years 141 196 .418 339 7.7
16 years 1138 1078 .514 2246 4.6 1 Pennant and 1 World Series Title

All-Star Games Managed


National League: 1935