Sonny Senerchia

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Emanuel Robert Senerchia

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Sonny Senerchia had 100 at-bats for the 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates, a team which lost 112 games. He had been at Montclair State University in 1950-1952.

His obituary says Senerchia was a noted jazz musician who appeared at Carnegie Hall at age 10, and also played with Pearl Bailey and other celebrities. He was also a concert violinist who appeared with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. He coached baseball at the high school level and coached the Monmouth University Baseball Team 1963-1964. He was also a race car driver.

He died in an accident while riding his motorcycle.

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