George Estock (1924-2010) signed 3x5 For Sale


George Estock (1924-2010) signed 3x5


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George Estock (1924-2010) was a right-handed pitcher, who pitched one season in the majors (1951) for the Braves. He appeared in 37 games, with a record of 0-1, 3 saves, and a 4.33 ERA. He also hit .286 (2 for 7). In 1988, Estock was inducted into the Delaware Sports HOF.
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