HARVEY HADDIX, JR.
pitcher ST. LOUIS CARDINALS
Home: So. Vienna, Ohio
Born: September 18, 1925
After a 2-2 record in '52 "Kitten" proved to be one N.L.'s top hurlers in '53 when he led in Shutouts (6), a pair of 2-hitters and ranked 4th in ERA. Harv spent with Columbus winning 11 in '48 and 13 in '49. In topped the American Assn. with 18 victories and spe '51 season in the Service.
Harvey pitched a no hit game for Winston Salem in '47.
A Cardinal scout went to see him play. But Harvey had 104 temperature.
It was a chance of a lifetime s spite his fever Harvey pitched won?a one hitter!!
THEODORE BERNARD KLUSZEWSKI
1st base CINC. RED
Home: Cincinnati, Ohio
Born: September 10, 1924
Last season "Big Klu" led the N.L. 1st Basemen in F for the 3rd straight year. He set a Cincy record for in 1 season and finished 6th in N.L. Slugging (.570). coming to the Redlegs in '48, he led the Sally League .352 in '46 and in '47 topped the Southern Association a .377 mark.