Frank Frisch

Baseball Player & Manager, Family Man, American Legend


Early years

Frank was born on September 9th, 1898 in Queens, NY. He attended Fordham University as a strong student with with an impressive college sports career, playing baseball, football, and basketball until he chose to pursue his oppurtunity to play baseball professionally.

PRO CAREER

In 1919, Frank was recuruited by the New York Giants where he played until 1927 when was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals through 1937. Afterwards he continued to manage the Cardinals, followed by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs

HALL OF FAME

Throughout Frank's career, he played in 8 World Series, made MVP 1931, and had an overall batting average of .294 with a .316 average across 19 seasons, and was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947.

LATER YEARS

After his baseball career, Frank continud to work as an announcer and analyst, and travelled as an entertainer during WWII. He died on March 12th 1973 and is buried close to his birthplace in Bronx, NY. 

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