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Player: Garibaldi, Art

Card: 1933 Zeenut PCL (no back)

Position: 3B/2B

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San Francisco born Arthur Edward Garibaldi (August 21, 1907 – October 19, 1967) was a Major League Baseball third baseman and second baseman who played for the St. Louis Cardinals for 71 games during the 1936 season.

Art played in the minor leagues from 1931 until 1942, appearing in eleven seasons in the Pacific Coast League with three clubs, the San Francisco Seals, Sacramento Solons and the San Diego Padres. He also spent 1938 with the Columbus Red Birds of the American Association. His minor league stats show he appeared in 1,766 games, hit at a .292 clip and had 73 home runs. He won the Pacific Coast League MVP Award in 1937.

He died of a self-inflected gunshot wound in Sacramento, CA in 1967.

(excerpted from Baseball Almanac, BR Bullpen, and Wikipedia)


Photo from Il Pazzo Mondo del Baseball


Art is part of the Born in San Fran/Oakland/Sacramento Tour – Go to the Next Stop

Art is also part of the St. Louis Cardinals Players Tour – Go to the Next Stop

See all Art’s baseball cards at TCDB

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