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George Moriarty

George Moriarty (Baseball. Born, Chicago, IL, July 7, 1884; died, Miami, FL, Apr. 8, 1964.) He spent three seasons with the Highlanders (later the Yankees), primarily as a third baseman, but George Joseph Moriarty gained his greatest notice as an A.L. umpire for 22 seasons (1917-26, 1929-40). As a player, Moriarty hit .234 in 1906, […]

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