Sunday, March 21, 2021

One Page of Bob Sadowski

This series will highlight "one page" at a time (although Bob will actually get two) from my binder of correspondence and autographs from former Angels players and personnel.

   Bob Sadowski OF, 2B, 3B Los Angeles Angels 1963.
Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels from the Chicago White Sox in the 1962 rule 5 draft.
Former infielder, outfielder, Cardinals, Phillies, White Sox and Calif Angels. It was great playing for Cowboy Owner Gene Autry who loved baseball. He took me to places around the Palm Springs area where he once made alot of his movies at the Melody Ranch. It's great hearing from you both. Here's hoping you all have a wonderful 2004 yr. May the Good Lord take a likin to you all. God Bless.
My favorite player would be Stan Musial who still makes his home here in St Louis. Ted Williams was probably the greatest hitter. He missed (4 yrs) 'cause of the Service and of course Mark McGuire hit them the farthest.
Correspondence received February 2004.

Correpondence received February 2011.
(I was just noticing the different signatures between 2004 and 2011. I'm thinking someone wrote out the index cards for him, though he did sign the '63 Topps himself.)
Bob passed away January 6, 2017 at the age of 79.

St. Louis Cardinals (1960)
Philadelphia Phillies (1961)
Chicago White Sox (1962)
Los Angeles Angels (1963)

Batting average .222
Home runs 7
Runs batted in 46