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Ted Kluszewski AS-4

+ Played in Major Leagues 1947-1961
Biography Data
Positions: 1B-1481
Proper Name: Theodore Bernard Kluszewski
Nickname(s): Big Klu
Born: September 10, 1924
Place Argo, Illinois
Death March 29, 1988
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 225 Bats/Throws: Left-Left
High School: Argo Community (Summit,IL)
College: Indiana University
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:April 18,1947 (22.220)
TBC Player ID:13829
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Career Activity
Organizations:CIN, PIT, CHA, ANA
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
37 87 45 78 75


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Ted Kluszewski
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1970Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach10260.6301Lost World Series (Orioles)
    1971Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach7983.4885 
    1972Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach9559.6171Lost World Series (Athletics)
    1973Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach9963.6111Lost NLCS (Mets)
    1974Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach9864.6052 
    1975Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach10854.6671Won World Series (Red Sox)
    1976Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach10260.6301Won World Series (Yankees)
    1977Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach8874.5432 
    1978Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach9269.5712 
    1983Cincinnati RedsMLBHitting Coach7488.4576 

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