Ted Savage

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Theodore Edmund Savage Jr. born Ephesian Savage

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Ted Savage played for eight teams in a nine-year major league career. His best season was 1970, when he posted a line of .279/.402/.482 in 276 at-bats for the Milwaukee Brewers.

He had his most at-bats as a 26-year-old rookie with the 1962 Philadelphia Phillies, where he was the same age as Tony Taylor and Ruben Amaro.

Because he moved around a lot, he was a teammate of some famous players: Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell in Pittsburgh, Lou Brock and Orlando Cepeda in St. Louis, Ernie Banks and Billy Williams in Chicago, Don Drysdale in Los Angeles, and Pete Rose and Johnny Bench in Cincinnati.

He was working in the St. Louis Cardinals front office as of 2007.

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