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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Sonny Dixon, American baseball player (Washington Senators, Philadelphia Athletics), died he was 87.

John Craig "Sonny" Dixon was a retired American professional baseball pitcher died he was 87.. He played in Major League Baseball for parts of four seasons for the Washington Senators, the Philadelphia Athletics and Kansas City Athletics, and the New York Yankees. He pitched right-handed and was a switch-hitter.

(November 5, 1924 – November 19, 2011)

Signed prior to the 1941 season as an amateur free agent by the Washington Senators,[1] Dixon spent three years in the navy during World War II.[2] On June 11, 1954, he was traded by Senators to the Chicago White for Gus Keriazakos, and then dealt the same day with Al Sima, Bill Wilson and $20,000 to the Philadelphia Athletics for Morrie Martin and Ed McGhee.[3] On May 11, 1955, Dixon and cash were sent by the Athletics, now in Kansas City, to the New York Yankees in exchange for a couple of well-known players: Johnny Sain and Enos Slaughter.[4]
During his four seasons in the Majors, Dixon compiled an 11-18 career mark with a 4.17 earned run average.[5]


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