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George Sisler's Biography

George Harold Sisler (March 24, 1893 – March 26, 1973), nicknamed "Gentleman George" and "Gorgeous George," was an American professional baseball player for 15 seasons, primarily as first baseman with the St. Louis Browns (now the Baltimore Orioles). From 1920 until 2004, Sisler held the Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most hits in a single season, a mark which stills stands for the 154-game season in which he played.

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  • Scott's Two Cents On Sports: World Series: Did You Know?

      Blog Source: | 1 month ago
    Well, The Chairman Of The Board got Dick Sisler, the son of George Sisler, to force Ennis at second. When Ford fanned Hamner, the Yankees were one out away from a sweep. And Whitey was just one more out away from the shutout!
  • The Roots Of The Baseball Hall of Fame: A Relevant Irony | ...

      Blog Source: | 3 months ago
    George Sisler—St. Louis Browns: Before the Cardinals ruled the city, Sisler was the preeminent part of St. Louis baseball. The first baseman was hits machine set the all-time single season hits record with 257, which stood for over 80 years ...
  • Going Through ESPN's Hall of 100 | The Nationals Review

      Blog Source: | 3 months ago
    #115: George Sisler. What an incredibly forgotten great player. .340 career average, much of it in the deadball era. 2x over .400. — Nationals Review (@nationalsreview) January 11, 2014. #114: Bill Dickey. Calling him a "second-tier star"

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