Rocky Krsnich

1953 Topps

One of the 100-oldest-living baseball players, Krsnich played in 120 big league games between 1949 and 1953. Playing third base for the Chicago White Sox, he hit .215 with three home runs. He saw action in 16 games in 1949 then went back to the minors for two seasons. He rejoined the ChiSox in 1952 and hit .231 in 91 at bats. He played in 64 game the next year for Chicago then returned to the minors. His continued to play in the minors through 1956, which would be his last year in professional baseball.


Rocky Krsnich – career stats 


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