George Walborn Staller
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 5' 11", Weight 190 lb.
- Debut September 14, 1943
- Final Game October 3, 1943
- Born April 1, 1916 in Rutherford Heights, PA USA
- Died July 3, 1992 in Harrisburg, PA USA
Outfielder George Staller showed considerable ability with the bat in his 21 games with the 1943 Athletics. His ,271 batting average was well over the team average of .232, and his three home runs, on a team which showed very little power, tied him for second-highest on the team. His 129 OPS+ was higher than all of the regulars on the team.
George led the 1938 Middle Atlantic League with 43 stolen bases. He won the 1939 Eastern League batting title at .336, leading the league with 49 2B also. The next year he led the International League with 40 2B and 12 3B, and in 1943 led the IL with 98 RBI for the Baltimore Orioles. He would later have a longtime association with the major league Baltimore Orioles of the AL. His playing career lasted from 1937 until 1952, with very limited appearances after.
Staller began his career as a manager with the 1948 Portsmouth A's, the Philadelphia A's affiliate in the Ohio-Indiana League. He managed for the A's through 1953. Leaving the A's, Staller managed for the Orioles through 1961.
Staller also coached for the Orioles in 1962, scouted for them in 1963-1968, and coached again from 1969-1975.