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Stan Rojek Stan Rojek
Full name: Stanley Andrew Rojek
Born: April 21, 1919, North Tonawanda, New York
Died July 9, 1997, North Tonawanda, New York
Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Buffalo, New York
First Game: September 22, 1942; Final Game: May 13, 1952
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 5' 10" Weight: 170
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Batting RecordBatting Record
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP  SH GDP   SB  CS   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
1942 BRO N                 1     0    1    0   0   0   0    0    0    0   0   0   0    0         -     -     -   0.0 1942 BRO N
1946 BRO N                45    47   11   13   2   1   0    2    4    1   0   1   3    1      .277  .333  .362   0.3 1946 BRO N
1947 BRO N                32    80    7   21   0   1   0    7    7    3   0   1   3    1      .262  .322  .287   0.1 1947 BRO N
1948 PIT N               156   641   85  186  27   5   4   51   61   41   3   8   8   24      .290  .355  .367   0.1 1948 PIT N
1949 PIT N               144   557   72  136  19   2   0   31   50   31   2  16  10    4      .244  .309  .285  -2.2 1949 PIT N
1950 PIT N                76   230   28   59  12   1   0   17   18   13   1   4   4    2      .257  .313  .317  -1.8 1950 PIT N
1951 PIT N                 8    16    0    3   0   0   0    0    0    1   0   1   0    0   0  .188  .188  .188  -0.3 1951 PIT N
1951 STL N                51   186   21   51   7   3   0   14   10   10   2   4   7    0   3  .274  .318  .344  -0.3 1951 STL N
1951 TOT N                59   202   21   54   7   3   0   14   10   11   2   5   7    0   3  .267  .308  .332  -0.6 1951 TOT N
1952 STL A                 9     7    0    1   0   0   0    0    2    0   0   0   1    0   0  .143  .333  .143   0.0 1952 STL A
Total NL                 513  1757  225  469  67  13   4  122  150  100   8  35  35   32   3i .267  .327  .327  -4.1 Total NL        
Total AL                   9     7    0    1   0   0   0    0    2    0   0   0   1    0   0  .143  .333  .143   0.0 Total AL        
Total                    522  1764  225  470  67  13   4  122  152  100   8  35  36   32   3i .266  .327  .326  -4.1 Total
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP  SH GDP   SB  CS   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
i - incomplete

Fielding RecordFielding Record
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG
1946 BRO N        SS   15    14   23    1    4  .974
1946 BRO N        2B    6     3    8    0    0 1.000
1946 BRO N        3B    4     3    1    0    0 1.000
1947 BRO N        SS   17    23   44    2   10  .971
1947 BRO N        3B    9     4   11    0    3 1.000
1947 BRO N        2B    7    14   18    0    4 1.000
1948 PIT N        SS  156   262  475   29   91  .962
1949 PIT N        SS  144   240  461   25   92  .966
1950 PIT N        SS   68   102  160    9   39  .967
1950 PIT N        2B    3     8    1    0    0 1.000
1951 PIT N        SS    8     5   13    2    0  .900
1951 STL N        SS   51    95  131    6   36  .974
1951 TOT N        SS   59   100  144    8   36  .968
1952 STL A        SS    4     4    8    0    1 1.000
1952 STL A        2B    1     1    0    0    0 1.000
Total             SS  463   745 1315   74  273  .965
Total             2B   17    26   27    0    4 1.000
Total             3B   13     7   12    0    3 1.000
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG

TransactionsTransactions
Signed as an amateur free agent by Brooklyn Dodgers (1939).

Sold by Brooklyn Dodgers to Pittsburgh Pirates with Ed Stevens (November 14, 1947).

Traded by Pittsburgh Pirates to St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for Erv Dusak and
Rocky Nelson (May 17, 1951).

Claimed on waivers by St. Louis Browns from St. Louis Cardinals (January 24, 1952).

Traded by St. Louis Browns with Ray Coleman, Bob Mahoney and $95000 to Brooklyn
Dodgers in exchange for Billy Hunter (October 14, 1952).


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