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Buddy Blattner

+ Played in Major Leagues 1942-1949


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Biography Data
Positions: 2B-173, 3B-23, SS-14, 1B-1
Proper Name: Robert Garnett Blattner
Born: February 8, 1920
Place St. Louis, Missouri
Death September 4, 2009 (89.209)
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: William Beaumont (St. Louis,MO)
College:
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:April 18,1942 (22.070)
TBC Player ID:8898
Career Activity
Organizations:SLN, NY1, PHI


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Buddy Blattner
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1960St. Louis CardinalsMLBBroadcaster8668.5583  
    1961St. Louis CardinalsMLBBroadcaster8074.5195  
    1962Los Angeles AngelsMLBBroadcaster8676.5313  
    1963Los Angeles AngelsMLBBroadcaster7091.4359  
    1964Los Angeles AngelsMLBBroadcaster8280.5065  
    1965California AngelsMLBBroadcaster7587.4637  
    1966California AngelsMLBBroadcaster8082.4946  
    1967California AngelsMLBBroadcaster8477.5225  
    1968California AngelsMLBBroadcaster6795.4148  
    1969Kansas City RoyalsMLBBroadcaster6993.4264  
    1970Kansas City RoyalsMLBBroadcaster6597.4014  
    1971Kansas City RoyalsMLBBroadcaster8576.5282  
    1972Kansas City RoyalsMLBBroadcaster7678.4944  
    1973Kansas City RoyalsMLBBroadcaster8874.5432  

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