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Luke Appling AS-7HOF

+ Played in Major Leagues 1930-1950
Biography Data
Positions: SS-2218, 3B-88, 2B-40, 1B-13
Proper Name: Lucius Benjamin Appling
Nickname(s): Old Aches and Pains, Luscious Luke
Born: April 2, 1907
Place High Point, North Carolina
Death January 3, 1991
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 183 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Fulton (Atlanta,GA)
College: Oglethorpe University
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:September 10,1930 (23.161)
TBC Player ID:8245
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Career Activity
Organizations:CHA
Signed by:Roy Largent, Earl Mann
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
61 77 77 79 39


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Luke Appling
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1960Detroit TigersMLBFirst Base Coach7183.4616 
    1961Cleveland IndiansMLBAssistant Coach7883.4845 
    1963Baltimore OriolesMLBAssistant Coach8676.5314 
    1964Kansas City AthleticsMLBAssistant Coach57105.35210 
    1965Kansas City AthleticsMLBAssistant Coach59103.36410 
    1966Kansas City AthleticsMLBAssistant Coach7486.4627 
    1967Kansas City AthleticsMLBManager1030.38510 
    1970Chicago White SoxMLBFirst Base Coach56106.3466 
    1971Chicago White SoxMLBFirst Base Coach7983.4883 
    1981Atlanta BravesMLBAssistant Coach5056.472 
    1984Atlanta BravesMLBAssistant Coach8082.4943 

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