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Charlie is the real strongman in the Yankees' second line of defense. In '49 he hit .315 in 58 contests and in 55 games batted .327 in '52. Starting with Wellsville in '42 Charlie spent 3 years in Service before joining Kansas City in '46. Portland in '48 he hit .301, led his League in Fielding and came to the Yanks late that season.
Charley is one of the most feared baseball!
When he's not catching, he's very effective in upsetting Yank opponents?
Because Charley is the best bench jockey in the game today!
GILBERT JAMES McDOUGALD
Gil had quite a year for a rookie in 1951. He led the world champion Yankees in hitting with .306, hit a grand-slam home run against the New York Giants in the World Series and was named Rookie of the Year in the American League. Gil has as odd a batting stance as there is in the majors, but it gets results!