Who Won the 1949
MLB AL Rookie Of The Year

Roy Sievers

St Louis Browns

1950  Winner

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Roy Martin Kruse

Corvallis Gazette Times
In 1955, when Roy was 26, he moved to Reedsport, Oregon, where he met Birdie Ann Ragan. Roy and Birdie were wed on July 5, 1955 in Vancouver, Washington. They moved with their three young sons to Lebanon in 1966. Roy and Birdie were married for ...

1949 MLB AL Rookie Of The Year Winner Roy Sievers News

Against All Odds: Ned Garver and the '51 Browns

Hardball Times
Few fans today remember seeing Ned Garver pitch. For one thing, when he died late last month, he was 91 and more than a half century removed from major league baseball. For another, in his prime he pitched for the little-watched St. Louis Browns.

1949 MLB AL Rookie Of The Year Winner Roy Sievers News

Vlahos: Sage of Monticello chronicles team's stats, history

Peoria Journal Star
"I'm not sure if the guy sleeps," Monticello coach Kevin Roy said. As for his high school alma mater (class of 1966), Sievers attends home and away Monticello boys basketball games, accompanied by his laptop. There he enters game statistics. The fruits ...

1949 MLB AL Rookie Of The Year Winner Roy Sievers News

How 'bout those Senators, Rangers?

The Sheridan Press (subscription)
For years, Roy Sievers was the only star the Senators had. In 1957, Sievers led the American League in home runs (42) and RBIs (114) and hit .301. They finished dead last, 43 games behind the Yankees and were dead last in attendance as well. With a ...

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