Clem Hausmann

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Clemens Ray Hausmann

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Clem Hausmann pitched three years in the majors and also had a long minor league career, winning over 150 games in the minors. Before baseball got the best of him, he was destined for the priesthood.

It being wartime, when Clem appeared with the Boston Red Sox in 1944, he was one of the youngest players on the team and the youngest pitcher to appear in at least 10 games. He was a teammate of older players such as Joe Cronin and Dolph Camilli.

He was an exact contemporary of IF George Hausmann, the only other player with that last name in major league hstory, but the two were not related.

He managed the Longview Cherokees in the Big State League for part of the 1952 season.

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