Nick Goulish

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Nicholas Edward Goulish

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Outfielder Nick Goulish spent six active seasons in professional baseball, from 1938 to 1946. Nick had short trials with the Philadelphia Phillies between April 19, 1944 and May 26, 1945. He appeared in fourteen games with twelve at-bats and three base-hits for a .250 average. This was the sum total for his time in the Show.

Nick appeared with five different teams in the minor leagues. He had four seasons over the .300 mark. In his first season in 1938, Goulish hit .332 for the Greensburg Green Sox of the class D Pennsylvania State Association. The outfielder was always around the .300 mark. In 1944 with the Utica Blue Sox of the class A Eastern League, the highest classification he played in during his minor league career, Nick hit .299 in 126 games.

In his six-year minor league career, he hit for a .302 average, with 499 base hits in 1,654 at-bats while appearing in 424 games.

Goulish served in the United States Army during World War II. He owned the Goulish Insurance Agency in Boardman, OH from 1950 until he retired in 1976. Nick died from polyneuritis in Youngstown, OH on May 15, 1984. He was 67 years of age.

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