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Al Epperly

Albert Paul Epperly
Born: May 7, 1918 in Glidden, Iowa
Died: April 14, 2003 in McFarland, Wisc.
Debut: 1938 | Pos: P
H: 6-2 | W: 194 | B: L | T: R

Yr W L G SV IP SO ERA
2 2 0 14 0 36 13 4.00

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Al Epperly, who pitched in 2 major league season — 12 years apart, died on April, 14, 2003 in McFarland, Wisc., at the age of 84.

His baseball career lasted for 17 years between the major leagues and the minors included stops with the Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Seals, Milwaukee Brewers, Brooklyn Dodgers, Montreal Royals and St. Paul Saints. He also played winter ball in Cuba.

He debuted in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs in 1938. He won 2 games for a team that played the New York Yankees in the World Series.

Following his baseball career, Epperly spent 30 years with the Scott County, Iowa, sheriff’s office.

In 2002, he was included into the Iowa Baseball Hall of Fame.

Sources: Total Baseball, Albert Paul Epperly obituary