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Gus Keriazakos

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Constantine Nicholas Keriazakos

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Biographical Information[edit]

Gus Keriazakos pitched three years in the major leagues. He was named to the New Jersey Star-Ledger's All New Jersey high school All-Century Team of the 1940s, for his performance at Montclair (NJ) High School.

The Chicago White Sox signed him in 1949 and, at age 18 in 1950, he was pitching in the majors with them, for one game.

He was sent to the Memphis Chicks in 1951.

Most of his innings in the majors were pitched in 1954 with the Washington Senators. His ERA of 3.77 was better than the team's ERA of 3.84. He was not the youngest pitcher on the staff, however, since 20-year-old Camilo Pascual pitched 119 1/3 innings.

His daughter is a real estate broker in North Carolina.

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