Some articles on princeton baseball:
... This debut made Young the first Princeton baseball player to start a major league game at any position since Dave Sisler (son of Hall of Famer George Sisler and brother of Dick Sisler) gave up six ... the first appearance in a major league game by a Princeton baseball player since Robert Tufts played his final game for the Kansas City Royals on May 6, 1983 ... Other Princeton baseball players who have recorded either 50 innings pitched or 130 at bats (the requirements to qualify for Rookie of the Year) in the major leagues are Moe Berg, Homer Hillebrand, King Lear ...
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