Frederick Jacob Gaiser
- Bats Unknown, Throws Right
- Debut September 3, 1908
- Final Game September 3, 1908
- Born August 31, 1885 in Stuttgart, Germany
- Died October 9, 1918 in Trenton, NJ USA
Fred Gaiser pitched one game for the 1908 St. Louis Cardinals and won 20 games for Holyoke in 1910. He died of influenza in 1918.
The New York Times of February 6, 1913 stated that Gaiser had been purchased from Wilkes-Barre the previous year by the New York Highlanders, and that the team had now sold him to Albany. Gaiser went on to play for Albany in 1913-15.
". . . Gaiser was invincible." - Sporting Life, Sept. 2, 1911, about a game Gaiser won 4-1 over Syracuse
"The features were Gaiser's pitching and Anderson's homer . . ." - Sporting Life, May 4, 1912, about a game which Gaiser's Wilkes-Barre team won 22-1
"Good pitching by Gaiser and hard hitting by his associates won the morning game for Albany." - Sporting Life, June 7, 1913
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