Friday, May 7, 2010

Final Card: Frank Kreutzer

Frank Kreutzer (#211) pitched for the White Sox and Senators in the early-to-mid 1960s.

He was signed by the Red Sox in 1961. After only one season in their farm system, he was drafted by the White Sox, spending the next 2 seasons in Chicago's farm system, while pitching 1 major-league game each season.

1964 was Frank's first full season in the major leagues. In July, he went to the Senators as part of the Joe Cunningham-for-Bill Skowron trade.



After another full season (1965) with the Senators, Frank resumed his minor-league career. Although he would appear in 9 games for the Senators in 1966, he spent most of that season, and all of '67 and '68 with Washington's triple-A team.

1969 was his final season. After appearing in 4 games with the Senators, he was traded to the Pirates in May, and spent the remainder of the season with Pittsburgh's triple-A team in Columbus.

2 comments:

GusF_Finkbeiner1209 said...

pleasure to find such a good artical! please keep update!!

Cliff said...

There's just something about this card - the glasses, the expression (or lack thereof). I made fun of Frank and some other guys here:

http://reallybadbaseballcards.blogspot.com/2012/10/are-you-sure-youre-ballplayer-60s.html

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