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Wally Millies
American baseball player

Wally Millies

Wally Millies
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Intro American baseball player
Was Athlete Baseball player
From United States of America
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 18 October 1906
Death 28 February 1995 (aged 88 years)
The details (from wikipedia)


Walter Louis Millies (October 18, 1906 in Chicago – February 28, 1995 in Oak Lawn, Illinois) was a major league baseball player and scout and a minor league manager.
Millies was a catcher during six seasons for the Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Senators, and Brooklyn Dodgers between 1934 and 1941. In 246 games, he compiled a .243 batting average with 65 RBI.
Millies had a long career as a minor league manager following his major league career including a stint as the skipper of the Kinston Eagles of the Coastal Plain League.
After his minor league managerial career, Millies was a scout for the New York Mets, Houston Astros and Montreal Expos, based in Oak Lawn, Illinois.
During World War II, Millies served in the Navy.

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