Casey Stengel
Charles Dillon Stengel
(The Old Perfessor)
 
Born: July 30, 1890 in Kansas City, MO
Died: September 29, 1975 - 85 years old
Ht: 5'11" Wt: 175  
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Notes:
- Inducted into the Hall of Fame as a Manager in 1966
- Served in the Navy during World War I
- Visit Stengel's Player Page
All-Time Team


Left Field
Gene Woodling
7
1949
1962
16.3
Max West
5
1938
1942
13.4
Irv Noren
5
1952
1956
7.1
Norm Siebern
3
1956
1959
5.6
Debs Garms
2
1938
1939
5.1

Center Field
Mickey Mantle
10
1951
1960
73.7
Joe DiMaggio
3
1949
1951
12.5
Tommy Holmes
2
1942
1943
6.8
Len Koenecke
2
1934
1935
6.3
Johnny Cooney
7
1935
1942
5.1


Right Field
Hank Bauer
11
1949
1959
28.9
Roger Maris
1
1960
1960
7.5
Gene Moore
3
1938
1941
5.6
Buzz Boyle
2
1934
1935
4.3
Paul Waner
2
1941
1942
2.5
Shortstop
Phil Rizzuto
8
1949
1956
23.0
Eddie Miller
4
1939
1942
11.9
Tony Kubek
4
1957
1960
11.4
Lonny Frey
3
1934
1936
7.4
Rabbit Warstler
3
1938
1940
1.9
Second Base
Gil McDougald
10
1951
1960
40.6
Tony Cuccinello
7
1934
1943
10.3
Jerry Coleman
9
1949
1957
6.6
Billy Martin
7
1950
1957
6.0
Ron Hunt
3
1963
1965
5.7
Third Base
Andy Carey
9
1952
1960
9.2
Joe Stripp
4
1934
1938
5.9
Bobby Brown
5
1949
1954
3.8
Jerry Lumpe
4
1956
1959
2.7
Charley Smith
2
1964
1965
2.7
First Base
Bill Skowron
7
1954
1960
19.4
Joe Collins
9
1949
1957
12.2
Sam Leslie
2
1934
1935
6.9
Tommy Henrich
2
1949
1950
5.1
Buddy Hassett
4
1936
1941
4.2
Catcher
Yogi Berra
13
1949
1965
51.6
Elston Howard
6
1955
1960
6.0
Al Lopez
5
1934
1940
5.4
Babe Phelps
2
1935
1936
5.0
Ernie Lombardi
1
1942
1942
3.9
Starting Pitcher
Whitey Ford *
9
1950
1960
31.7
Ed Lopat *
7
1949
1955
16.8
Allie Reynolds
6
1949
1954
15.9
Van Mungo
3
1934
1936
14.2
Vic Raschi
5
1949
1953
13.1
Bob Turley
6
1955
1960
10.1
Don Larsen
5
1955
1959
7.5
Tommy Byrne *
7
1949
1957
6.9
Tom Sturdivant
6
1955
1964
6.1
Art Ditmar
4
1957
1960
5.7
Nate Andrews
1
1943
1943
5.0
Watty Clark *
3
1934
1936
3.3
Tom Morgan
5
1951
1956
2.5
Tom Zachary *
3
1934
1936
2.3
Bob Kuzava *
4
1951
1954
2.0
Harry Byrd
1
1954
1954
1.0
Jim McDonald
3
1952
1954
0.8
Ray Benge
2
1934
1935
0.5
Art Schallock *
5
1951
1955
0.3
Mickey McDermott *
1
1956
1956
0.3
Swingman
Jim Tobin
4
1940
1943
12.3
Bobby Shantz *
4
1957
1960
7.2
Johnny Sain
6
1942
1955
5.4
Ed Brandt *
1
1936
1936
5.3
Ryne Duren
3
1958
1960
5.1
Relief Pitcher
Tom Gorman
3
1952
1954
-0.0
Rip Coleman *
2
1955
1956
-0.3
Warren Spahn *
2
1942
1965
-0.4
Bill Miller *
3
1952
1954
-0.6
Al Piechota
2
1940
1941
-0.7
Bob Wiesler *
3
1951
1955
-1.0
Spec Shea
2
1949
1951
-1.3
Ownie Carroll
1
1934
1934
-1.5
Les Munns
2
1934
1935
-1.6
Nick Strincevich
2
1940
1941
-2.1
Eli Grba
2
1959
1960
-2.2
Duke Maas
3
1958
1960
-2.4
Johnny Babich
2
1934
1935
-3.7
Craig Anderson
3
1962
1964
-3.7
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