Arthur Lawrence Schallock
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 5' 9", Weight 160 lb.
- School College of Marin
- High School Tamalpais High School
- Debut July 16, 1951
- Final Game September 23, 1955
- Born April 25, 1924 in Mill Valley, CA USA
Art Schallock spent parts of five seasons in the majors, mostly with the New York Yankees. As a result, he was on teams that went to the World Series in 1951, 1952, 1953 and 1955, winning them those first three years. His only World Series appearance, however, was in Game 4 of the 1953 World Series, when he pitched two innings.
Schallock was quite successful during his years in the minors, winning over 61% of his decisions.
According to the biogaphy at Baseball in Wartime, he was a star at Tamalpais High School, played a couple of years of semi-pro ball and then joined the Navy in 1943 and saw action in the Pacific. He played more semi-pro ball after the war before starting in the minors.
The book The Hollywood Stars has a photo of him in a Stars uniform.
His brother, Melvin Schallock, was shot to death along with his wife and 19-year-old son on March 18, 1973.
- Won two World Series with the New York Yankees (1951 & 1953; he did not play in the 1951 World Series)