Vic Marasco

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Victor Emanuel Marasco

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Biographical Information[edit]

Vic Marasco was a minor league baseball player from 1947 to 1950 and from 1953 to 1958, playing mainly as an outfielder.

He spent time at a plethora of levels, including parts of two seasons at Triple-A and parts of two years at the Open designation. In total, he hit .288 with 86 home runs in 1,058 games. Perhaps his best year was 1949, when he hit .330 with 16 home runs and 21 triples for the Pueblo Dodgers, en route to a Western League All-Star appearance.

In 1958, he was player/manager for the Salinas Packers. He was replaced by Al Forthmann as manager partway through the season.

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