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After being acquired from the Brooklyn Dodgers organization, 23-year-old rookie first baseman Ben Ta..
Infielder Bill Sommers, seen here during spring training in 1949, saw his only major league action w..
Rookie shortstop Billy Hunter saw his batting average hit a season's high of .307 On June 4, 1953, a..
The Philadelphia Athletics waived righthander John R. "Bob" Savage following the 1948 season and he ..
23-year-old rookie catcher Darrell Johnson played in 29 early-season games with the 1952 St. Louis B..
Righthander Dick Starr joined the St. Louis Browns as part of a five player trade with the New York ..
First baseman Ed Mickelson played in seven games for the 1953 St. Louis Browns.Please note that tota..
Outfielder/first baseman George Schmees was selected by the Browns from the Brooklyn Dodgers organiz..
First baseman Hank Arft, seen here at Yankee Stadium in either 1950 or '51, spent the entirety of hi..
On Tuesday, May 17, 1949, St. Louis Browns righthander Jim Bilbrey made his major league debut when ..
In his only action with the club, veteran righthander Johnny Hetki made three early-season appearanc..
The Browns purchased veteran infielder Johnny Lipon from the Boston Red Sox in early September of 19..
After cups of coffee with the club in 1948 and '49, corner outfielder Ken Wood played in a career-hi..
Veteran catcher Les Moss is seen at the 1952 St. Louis Browns' Burbank, California spring training c..
In 1953 righthander Marlin Stuart made a career-high 60 appearances (two starts, the rest in relief)..
The Browns acquired utility infielder Neil Berry from Detroit following the 1952 season. He played i..
High Point, North Carolina native Myron "Red" Hayworth had toiled in the minors for eight seasons be..
Rookie righthander Frank Robert "Ribs" Raney made three starts as a September call-up for the 1949 B..
Veteran infielder Stan Rojek closed out his big league career by making nine early-season appearance..
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