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Ted Gullic

Tedd Jaspar Gullic 
Born:  Jan. 2, 1907 in Koshkonong, Mo.
Died:  Jan. 28, 2000 in West Plains, Mo.
Debut: 1930 | Pos: OF
H: 6-2 | W: 175 | B:  R | T: R

Yrs G AB H HR RBI SB BA
2 196 612 151 9 79 7 .247

>> Visit the Ted Gullic biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.


Ted Gullic, who hit 9 home runs in his 2-year career with the St. Louis Browns, died on Jan. 28, 2000 in West Plains, Mo.

One of his bigger moments was also one of the worst for a Chicago pitcher. On June 13, 1933, White Sox pitcher Whit Wyatt had a no-hitter going until two outs in the ninths inning when Gullic got a hit. Wyatt still got a 6-1 win.

In 1933, he hit .250 in 308 at-bats with four home runs and 44 RBIs.  In 1933, he hit .243 in 304 at-bats with five home runs and 35 RBI.