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Alton Al Brown 1951 Washington Senators Autographed Signed OML Baseball COA DECEASED


Great looking single signed baseball by former Washington Senators pitcher...Alton "Al" Brown.

Al began his career in 1951 with the Washington Senators.  He played his entire one year career for the Senators 1951.  During his career, he played in 7 games and compiled a 0-0 won/loss record with 0 saves, 7 K's and a 9.26 ERA in 11.2 innings pitched.  Al signed the sweet spot of this OML Allan H. Selig baseball with a blue ballpoint pen.  He signed this baseball on June 29, 2010.

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Alton Leo "Deacon" Brown (April 16, 1925 – January 10, 2016) was a right-handed Major League Baseball relief pitcher who played for the Washington Senators in 1951. He was born in Norfolk, Virginia.

Brown began his professional career in 1948, pitching for the Roanoke Rapids Jays. He went 8-12 with a 4.21 ERA in 36 games that season. He spent 1949 with the Jays as well, going 16-12 with a 3.97 ERA in 38 games. In 1950, while pitching for the Jays once again, Brown had arguably the best year of his professional career as he went 28-11 with a 2.38 ERA in 45 games, allowing 269 hits in 317 innings of work.

He began the 1951 season with the Senators, making his major league debut on April 21. Brown had a 9.26 earned run average in seven big league appearances, with no decisions. He appeared in his final big league game on May 27, and was sent to the minors, where he went 5-8 with a 6.29 ERA in 22 games (16 starts) for the Chattanooga Lookouts. Brown split 1952 between the Lookouts and Richmond Colts, going 12-10. In 1953 he went 11-8 with a 2.24 ERA in 42 games (13 starts) for the Norfolk Tars. In 1954, he played for the Tars and Shreveport Sports, going a combined 13-6 in 44 games. Brown played his final minor league season in 1955, splitting the year between the Columbus Foxes and San Antonio Missions, finishing with a combined 2-3 mark.[1] Overall, he went 109-76 in 320 minor league games.[2] Brown managed the Norfolk Tars for part of the 1955 season. He died at the age of 90 in 2016.[3]

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