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Player: Ferrazzi, Bill


Position: RHP

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Box Score from Bill’s first MLB appearance: Baseball Almanac


William Joseph Ferrazzi (b. April 19, 1907 in West Quincy, MA – d. August 10, 1993 in Gainesville, FL) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher. Bill was the son of Italian American immigrants, Anastasio "Ernesto" Ferrazzi and Giuseppina Rossini. His father worked as a stone cutter in the granite quarries of Quincy, MA.

Bill graduated from the University of Florida in 1935 with a bachelor's degree in Education, and pitched in 3 games for the 1935 Philadelphia Athletics, completing his career with a W/L record of 1-2 and a 5.14 ERA.

The 1936 arrival of Bill Ferrazzi to St. Augustine's University as coach began the first of what would become three eras of sustained success in St. Augustine. Bill spent 10 years as St. Augustine’s coach and as a science teacher, before joining the US Navy during World War II.

(excerpted from Baseball Almanac, BR Bullpen & Wikipedia)


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Bill Ferrazzi is part of the Military Service during Wartime Tour – go to the Next Stop

Bill is also part of the Athletics Player Tour – Go To the Next Stop

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