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Adam Comorosky was born on 9 December, 1905 in Comoros, is a player. Discover Adam Comorosky's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?
|Age||46 years old|
|Born||9 December 1905|
|Date of death||March 2, 1951|
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2023||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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The New York Times on March 6, 1951, printed his obituary, which read:
He was traded to the Cincinnati Reds November 1933 along with Tony Piet for Red Lucas and Wally Roettger.
His best season in the majors came in 1930, when he drove in 119 runs, hit 47 doubles, and led the National League with 23 triples, a total that has not been surpassed since. His health declined the following year, and he was never the same ballplayer.
The next season Comorosky lead the team in games played, appearing in 152 games that season. Along with the Warners, each outfielder batted over .300, with Comorosky hitting .316. However, under manager Jewel Ens. the Pirates slipped from second place down to 5th. Statistically, it was a great season for Comorosky. He was 4th in the league with doubles (47), led the league in triples (23) and sacrifice hits (33). he followed up his best season with one of his worst. Appearing in only 99 games the following season, Comorosky also saw his batting average dip to, down 70 points to .243. While he rebounded the next two season, he could not duplicate the success he had in 1930. After the 1933 season was over, the Pirates traded Comorosky to the Cincinnati Reds along with infielder Tony Piet in exchange for pitcher Red Lucas and outfielder Wally Roettger. Comorosky played for the Reds the next two seasons before drawing his release from the big league club at the conclusion of the 1935 season, ending his time in the major leagues. It was back to the minors and playing in cities like Toronto and Wilkes-Barre before retiring at the end of the 1938 season. However, his career wasn't exactly over. In 1940 he signed a contract to play for the Clinton Giants, a farm club of the New York Giants.
An outfielder, he joined the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1927 and was traded to Cincinnati in 1934. In 1930, when he batted .315, he led the National League with 23 triples.
His minor league career included stops with the Williamsport Grays in 1926 and the Minneapolis Millers in 1936 After his baseball career was over, he owned a store in the town of Swoyersville, Pennsylvania, until his death at the age of 45.
Comorosky made his pro debut for the Williamsport Grays of the New York-Penn League. With the Grays, Comorosky appeared in a handful of games and batted just .196. However, he also earned a trip to play for Waynesboro Villagers of the Blue Ridge League. On September 13, 1926, Comorosky made his major league debut for the Pittsburgh Pirates appearing in one at bat, going hitless versus the New York Giants. Over the course of the next few seasons, Comorosky split his time between the parent club Pittsburgh, and the minors, playing in cities like Wichita and Indianapolis. In 1929, he made the Pirates roster to stay. That season, he appeared in 127 and batted .321 with six home runs. He made the starting outfield, after platooning with former starter Clyde Barnhart the previous season. In the outfield, he played alongside Paul and Lloyd Warner, two brothers and future Hall of Famers. The Pirates ended the 1929 season in second place.
Adam Anthony Comorosky (December 9, 1905 – March 2, 1951) was an American former Major League Baseball player.