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Ty Tyson

+ Played in Major Leagues 1926-1928
Biography Data
Positions: OF-188
Proper Name: Albert Thomas Tyson
Born: June 1, 1892
Place Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Death August 16, 1953
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 169 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School:
College:
Drafted: Not drafted
MLB Debut:April 13,1926 (33.316)
TBC Player ID:19078
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Career Activity
Organizations:NY1
Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
46 43 32 62 55


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  • Jobs in Baseball for Ty Tyson
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1927Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster8271.5364 
    1928Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster6886.4426 
    1929Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7084.4556 
    1930Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7579.4875 
    1931Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster6193.3967 
    1932Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7675.5035 
    1933Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7579.4875 
    1934Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster10153.6561Lost World Series (Cardinals)
    1935Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster9358.6161Won World Series (Cubs)
    1936Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster8371.5392 
    1937Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster8965.5782 
    1938Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster8470.5454 
    1939Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster8173.5265 
    1940Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster9064.5841Lost World Series (Reds)
    1941Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7579.4874 
    1942Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7381.4745 
    1951Detroit TigersMLBBroadcaster7381.4745 

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