Ted Savage

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Theodore Edmund Savage Jr.
born Ephesian Savage

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Ted Savage played for eight teams in a nine-year major league career. His best season was 1970, when he posted a line of .279/.402/.482 in 276 at-bats for the Milwaukee Brewers.

He had his most at-bats as a 26-year-old rookie with the 1962 Philadelphia Phillies, where he was the same age as Tony Taylor and Ruben Amaro.

Because he moved around a lot, he was a teammate of some famous players: Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell in Pittsburgh; Lou Brock and Orlando Cepeda in St. Louis; Ernie Banks and Billy Williams in Chicago; Don Drysdale in Los Angeles; and Pete Rose and Johnny Bench in Cincinnati.

He was working in the St. Louis Cardinals front office as of 2007.

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