Gerald Edward Priddy
Positions: Second Baseman and Third Baseman
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 180 lb.
Born: November 9, 1919 in Los Angeles, CA
High School: Washington HS (Los Angeles, CA) by the Signed New York Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1937.
( All Transactions) Debut: April 17, 1941 (Age 21)
vs. PHA 3 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): Tigers/Senators/Browns/Yankees 1941-1953 Final Game: September 27, 1953 (Age 33)
vs. CLE 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Died: March 3, 1980 in North Hollywood, CA Buried: Holy Cross Cemetery & Mausoleum, Culver City, CA
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News -- December 2013
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12/15 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Feller Outdueled By Homer in Ninth; Browns 3, Indians 2: July 11, 1948 In a pitcher’s duel that saw one hurler get stronger as the game continued and another weaken, it was Bob Feller ...
12/13 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Satch Relieves Lemon in Tribe Loss; Browns 5, Indians 3: July 9, 1948 It isn’t often that fans see the ace of their staff lose to a second division team, with a poor effort, costing ...
12/6 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Tribe Comes Back Early, Holds Off St. Louis Late; Indians 8, Browns 6: July 2, 1948 In a back and forth contest that featured several big innings, the Indians came from behind and held off a late eighth ... News -- November 2013
11/4 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Tribe Shutout In Game Two, Remain in Second Place; Browns 6, Indians 0: May 31, 1948 For the second straight day the Indians had a chance to take two games from a lower division team and were unsuccessful. ...
11/4 Did the Tribe Win Last Night? (1948): Boudreau Bomb Pushes Bearden by Browns; Indians 8, Browns 3: May 31, 1948 After a back and forth game for five innings, Lou Boudreau crushed a grand slam as part of a five-run sixth inning ... News -- October 2013
10/10 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: The 1948 Project – Meet the Senators: Pitching should be a strong suit for Washington in 1948. With Early Wynn, Walt Masterson, Sid Hudson and Milton “Mickey” Haefner, ... News -- July 2013
7/25 Radical Baseball: Softball pitcher failed in PCL in 1955.: Bob Fesler was a softball pitcher who pitched 7.66 innings in the open class Pacific Coast League (PCL) in 1955 for ... News -- June 2013
6/4 AppyAstros: Altuve & Astros On Verge of Record Season Turning Double Plays: Jose Altuve, who played for the Greeneville Astros in 2008 & 2009, has taken part in 50 double plays in the first 57 games ... News -- March 2013
3/26 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History: March 26 Senators Birthdays Frank Williard Brower B Mar. 26, 1893 D Nov. 20, 1960 Arriving in the major leagues with the Senators ... News -- October 2012
10/9 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Rosen was a Missed Base Away from Being Tribe’s Triple Crown Winner: By Vince Guerrieri Last week, the Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera became the first major league baseball player to win the offensive ...