Grover Pinckney Seitz
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 185 lb.
- High School White Deer High School
Outfielder Grover Seitz played in the minors from 1929 to 1947, with a couple of token appearances in 1953. He spent a large portion of his career in the West Texas-New Mexico League, where he served as a player-manager. In seven seasons he hit over .300, with a high of .395 with the Clovis Pioneers in 1942. Overall, he appeared in 1,148 games, hitting around .315.
He served as part-owner of the Pampa club.
According to the book New Mexico Baseball by L.M. Sutter, Seitz was "one of the most vivid personalities ever found in organized baseball." A colorful individual, local reporters called him the "wild bull of the Pampans."
He and his wife died in 1957 after colliding with a train while driving his vehicle.