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Frank Malzone
Frank Malzone
Former MLB Player
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Date of birth: February 28, 1930 View all autographs posted for Frank Malzone
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Last feedback received on: 5/15/2014 >>>

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If you want to request an autograph, follow the guidelines bellow. If you just want to mail a letter with the address above, and do not want anything back, then you can stop reading! If you live in send a properly stamped and self addressed envelope (minimum size 8.5" x 4") with your request letter and a photo. You can include a piece of cardboard to keep the photo from bending in shipping and also add "Do Not Bend" on the envelopes. Send your letter and wait. On average, there is going to be a 3+ month wait for a response. If you do not live in , add several* International Reply Coupons. The International Reply Coupons (IRC) will be used by the receiver to purchase stamps. You can only get them at your post office. Place the IRCs into the envelope, not on it. For more information on reply coupons click here. *For information on postage prices to receive a letter from click here.

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former MLB 3B "Frank Malzone" success - June 9th, 2014
Major League Baseball third baseman and right-handed slugger who played for the Boston Red Sox (1955–65) and California Angels (1966). Malzone spent 11 seasons with Boston and is among the all-time Red Sox leaders in several categories. He batted .276 with 131 home runs and 716 runs batted in in 1359 games. A free agent at the end of 1965, he finished up with the Angels playing 82 games in 1966. Malzone led the league with 627 at-bats and hit a career-high .295 in 1958. Through 1961, he tied a record by leading AL third basemen in double plays five straight seasons. He enjoyed his best season in 1962, batting .283 with 21 home runs and 95 RBI. He was an All-Star eight times (1957,1958,1959*,1960*,1963–64; the MLB had All-Star games twice a season from 1959–1962) and won three straight Gold Glove Awards (1957–59); including the first Gold Glove for a third basemen in MLB history . He was the last American League third baseman to win a Gold Glove prior to Brooks Robinsons 16-year run. Inducted to the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 1995. mailed photo 5-8-14 received signed 5-15-14 used: private resident address Needham, MA Note: I dont post private addresses to protect privacy. - Uploaded with ###://

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