Gilbert James McDougald
Positions: Second Baseman, Third Baseman and Shortstop
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 175 lb.
Born: May 19, 1928 in San Francisco, CA
School: University of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA) by the Signed New York Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1948.
( All Transactions) Debut: April 20, 1951 (Age 22)
vs. WSH 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Team: Yankees 1951-1960 Final Game: October 2, 1960 (Age 32)
vs. BOS 1 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Died: November 28, 2010 in Monmouth County, NJ Buried: St. Catherine Cemetery, Sea Girt, NJ
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News -- January 2014
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4/20 BronxPinstripes.com: On This Day in History | 1957: On this day 56 years ago, Bill Skowron outshone the likes of Mickey Mantle, Billy Martin, and Yogi Berra, slugging two home runs ... News -- March 2013
3/18 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Today in Tribe History: March 18, 1957: Compiled by Jason Kaminski In what is believed to be the largest offer for a player to date, Cleveland Indians general manager ...
3/16 Radical Baseball: How Big A Deal Is A No-Hitter?: Pitchers only retire batters they strike out. The other players retire the batters who put the ball in play except for those ...
3/3 WasWatching: Best Rookie Seasons By Yankees Batters: If they only had sabermetrics during the 1970′s! Here is Top 20 for this group: Rk Player WAR/pos Year Age G PA R H 2B ... News -- February 2013
2/23 Bronx Baseball Daily: Classic Yankees: Ralph Houk:
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2/18 Full Spectrum Baseball: Head injuries in football are well documented, but what about baseball?Catchers have masks. Batters are helmets. What about pitchers though? ... News -- January 2013
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5/7 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Today in Tribe History: May 7, 1957: Compiled by Jason Kaminski Cleveland Indians pitcher Herb Score is hit on the right eye by a line drive off the bat of the ... News -- February 2012
2/29 WasWatching: Batters Appearing In 20+ World Series Games Won: Lotta Yankees on this list - Rk Player #Matching 1 Yogi Berra 43 Ind. Games 2 Joe DiMaggio 37 Ind. Games 3 Phil Rizzuto 32 ... News -- January 2012
1/12 High Heat Stats: WAAS Experiment #1: Adjusted WAAS: In a long exchange on the original WAAS post, reader Robert proposed adjusting the WAAS method to account for partial seasons.Basic ...
1/8 Bleeding Yankee Blue: REMEMBERING ANDY CAREY 1931-2011: To many of you, Andy Carey is just another name. To my friend David, and too many fanatical Yankee fans, he was a very special ... News -- December 2011
12/28 Through The Fence Baseball: 1950 National League vs American League: Walt Dropo and Sam Jethroe: The 1950 season presented two players who were nothing alike. Walt “Moose” Dropo almost captured the MVP his rookie ... News -- October 2011
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7/2 Bronx Baseball Daily: Classic Yankees: Gil McDougald:
Players come and players go. Time waits for no one. Sooner or later, everyone must retire. It helps a team immensely when ... News -- January 2011
1/25 B-R Blog: Highest career WAR with more fielding runs than batting runs: (Thanks to reader Andy P. for emailing in this idea.) Think of the best defensive players of all time. Now, among them, who was ...
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11/30 NY Baseball Digest: Watch: 1958 World Series Footage: The Yankees family continues to lose long time members as Gil McDougald passed away. McDougald played infield for the team in ...
11/30 The Captain's Blog: Awkward to All Star: Yankees’ Swing Man McDougald Dead at 82: (In addition to appearing at The Captain’s Blog, this post is also being syndicated at TheYankeeU.) The Yankee family has lost ... News -- August 2010
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