A defensive replacement throughout his ML career, the stringbean Clarkson College
graduate spelled Johnny Hopp and Ralph Kiner at Pittsburgh and later saw part-time
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»July 8, 1950: Red Schoendienst of the Cards goes 5-for-5 against Pittsburgh, but the Cards lose 7–6, to drop the Birds into 2nd place, a game behind the Phillies. The Bucs win in the 8th when they load the bases and Jack Phillips' long fly ball is seemingly snagged by Stan Musial, but then drops into Greenberg Gardens for a grand slam. Kiner and Rojek also homer for the Corsairs.