Bill Henry (henrybi02)

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William Francis Henry

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Bill Henry pitched two games for the New York Yankees in 1966. He was up in the majors at age 24, at the same time as another pitcher named Bill Henry was also in the majors at age 38.

Bill was at Seton Hall University at the same time as Danny Coombs and John Briggs. He pitched three years in the minors before coming to the majors in September 1966 after going 12-9 with the Columbus Confederate Yankees.

In 1967-1969 he continued to pitch in the minors. He was managed with the Asheville Tourists in 1968 by Sparky Anderson.

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