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Pete Lovrich

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Peter Lovrich

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Biographical Information[edit]

Pete Lovrich pitched in 20 games in the majors with the Kansas City Athletics in 1963. He was at Arizona State University in 1962, and was the first player from there to come to the major leagues. Sterling Slaughter was at ASU at the same time.

Lovrich was only 20 when he pitched for the Athletics, but he was not the youngest player on the team. That honor went to an 18-year-old kid named Tony LaRussa, who made his major league debut a couple of weeks after Lovrich did.

One source says that the 1965 Topps baseball card of Lew Krausse (#462) is actually a photo of Lovrich.

He pitched for the Minot Mallards in 1962.

After baseball he worked for Commonwealth Edison and lived for years in Mokena, IL. Source: Northern League players

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