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Overview

Moe Berg

Date of birth
Mar 02, 1902

Date of death
May 29, 1972 (age 70)

Ht: 6'1" Wt: 185 lbs.

Birthplace
New York, NY

College
Princeton University

Summary
Morris "Moe" Berg (March 2, 1902 - May 29, 1972) was an American catcher and coach in Major League Baseball who later served as a spy for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Although he played 15 seasons in the major leagues, almost entirely for four American League teams, Berg was never more than an average player, usually used as a backup catcher, and was better...
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Awards

Coaching career
Playing career
Boston Red SoxCatcher, First Baseman

Chicago White SoxCatcher, Third Baseman, Second Baseman, Shortstop

Brooklyn RobinsShortstop, Second Baseman

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Moe Berg 1935
Moe Berg 1935
by tm50 Oct 08, 2011
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Updated external links for Moe Berg
Created an external link called "Moe Berg on The Baseball Page" for Moe Berg.
  • Set title to "Moe Berg on The Baseball Page".
  • Set URL to http://www.thebaseballpage.com/players/bergmo01.
by thebaseballpage Sep 14, 2011
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This Day In Baseball History: March 2nd
In 1927, Babe Ruth became the highest paid player in major league history when the NY Yankees announced the Bambino would earn $70,000 per season for the 1927, 1928 and 1229 seasons. In 1989, at the team’s annual photo session, Mets’ outfielder Darryl...
Sox1Fan, Mar 02, 2011
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Updated the main image for Moe Berg
Moe Berg (Washington Senators).jpg
Changed the main image to: Moe Berg (Washington Senators).jpg
by thesemers Dec 02, 2010
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This Day In Red Sox History: July 7, 1936
Boston pitcher Lefty Grove started the All-Star game for the AL and was charged with the loss in a game played at Braves Field. Nearly the entire Red Sox team turned out for the game and sat together, with the notable exception of absentees Wes Ferrell and...
Sox1Fan, Jul 07, 2010
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