Charlie Gorin

LFHP autograph card

One of the 100-oldest-living players, Gorin pitched in seven games for the Milwaukee Braves during the 1954-1955 seasons. He appeared in five games for the Braves in 1954, throwing 9.2 innings, striking out 12 and allowing two earned runs. His stint in 1955 was not as good, as he pitched in two games and gave up two runs in one-third of an inning. Gorin’s professional career began in 1950. He missed the 1952-1953 seasons while serving in the military during the Korean War. He remained in professional baseball through 1962 but never got back to the big leagues.


Prior to his professional career, Gorin played college baseball for Bibb Falk at the University of Texas. He was part of two College World Series winners with the Longhorns (1949 and 1950).

Charlie Gorin – career stats 

Published by Chris

Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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