Albie Pearson

Albie Pearson

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Albert Gregory Pearson (born September 12, 1934 in Alhambra, California) is a former center fielder in Major League Baseball who played with the Washington Senators (1958–59), Baltimore Orioles (1959–60) and Los Angeles/California Angels (1961–66). One of the smallest MLB players of his era, he stood tall, weighed , and batted and threw left-handed. At the time of his rookie season with the Senators, Pearson was the shortest player in Major League Baseball.

Baseball career

Growing up, Pearson played both pitched for the El Monte High School baseball team and played halfback for the football team. Following a year at Pomona Junior College, Pearson was signed by the Boston Red Sox as an amateur free agent in 1953. Pearson was assigned to the San Jose Red Sox of the Class-C California League where he hit .334 in 125 games. Although signed as a pitcher, Pearson was converted to the outfield (after filling in on an emergency capacity and getting 8 hits in his first two games) and would rarely...
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