Ray Mack

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Raymond James Mack
born Raymond James Mlckovsky

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ray Mack, one of the best major leaguers to come out of Case Western Reserve University, played nine years in the major leagues. He was on the All-Star team in 1940, a year in which he hit 12 home runs with a .283 average, and a year in which the Cleveland Indians went 89-65. His double play partner that year was the 22-year-old Lou Boudreau.

Mack entered the Army in April 1945 and was discharged in November 1945.

Notable Achievements[edit]

  • AL All-Star (1940)

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