Art Garibaldi

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Arthur Edward Garibaldi

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California native Art Garibaldi spent twelve seasons in professional baseball from 1931 to 1942.

He was in the major leagues for 71 games during the 1936 season with the St. Louis Cardinals. The infielder hit at a .276 clip.

Art spent the remainder of his career in the minor leagues, appearing in eleven seasons in the Pacific Coast League with three clubs, the San Francisco Seals, Sacramento Solons and the San Diego Padres. He also spent 1938 with the Columbus Red Birds of the American Association. His minor league stats show he appeared in 1,766 games, hit at a .292 clip and had 73 home runs.

He died in 1967 by shooting himself after being in poor health for some time.

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