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Pat Malone

Pat Malone (Baseball. Born, Altoona, PA, Sept. 25, 1902; died, Altoona, PA, May 13, 1943.) Only one big league player played on pennant winners in both leagues under the same manager and that man is Perce Leigh Malone. Malone was a righthander who was 22-10 with the 1929 Chicago Cubs and 12-4 with the Yankees […]

Monte Pearson

Monte Pearson (Baseball.  Born, Oakland, CA, Sept. 2, 1909; died, Fresno, CA, Jan. 27, 1978.)  A righthander who helped the Yankees win four straight World Series, Montgomery Marcellus Pearson was acquired (along with righthander Steve Sundra) from Cleveland for righthander Johnny Allen on Dec. 11, 1935.  Pearson was 19-7 in 1936 as the Yankees rolled […]

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