Don Kolloway

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<b>Number:</b> 47<br>
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<b>Player:</b> Don Kolloway, IF, 1940-43, '46-49<br>
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<b>Comment:</b> Chicago's very own -- before there was a Channel 9. Born in Pilsen, lived in Blue Island, was a decent-enough second (and third) baseman. Lost two years to the war, came back in '46 and hit .280. Traded in May 1949 to Detroit and promptly hit .292, his best season.
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Number: 47

Player: Don Kolloway, IF, 1940-43, '46-49

Comment: Chicago's very own -- before there was a Channel 9. Born in Pilsen, lived in Blue Island, was a decent-enough second (and third) baseman. Lost two years to the war, came back in '46 and hit .280. Traded in May 1949 to Detroit and promptly hit .292, his best season.

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