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Billy Sullivan

+ Played in Major Leagues 1931-1947


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Biography Data
Positions: C-414, 1B-133, 3B-127, OF-65, 2B-6
Proper Name: William Joseph Jr. Sullivan
Born: October 23, 1910
Place Chicago, Illinois
Death January 4, 1994 (83.073)
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 170 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School:
College: University of Notre Dame , University of Portland
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:June 9,1931 (20.229)
TBC Player ID:18595
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Career Activity
Organizations:CHA, CIN, CLE, SLA, DET, BRO, PIT
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    Released by Pirates.
    Signed as Free Agent by Pirates.
    Released by Dodgers.
    Purchased by Dodgers from Tigers.
    Traded by Browns to Tigers for Slick Coffman.
    Traded by Indians with Roy Hughes and Ed Cole to Browns for Rollie Hemsley.
    Purchased by Indians from Reds.

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