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Frederick Steven Auerbach
Born: February 15, 1950 at Woodland Hills, Cal.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.00 Weight: 165
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November 11, 2008 Auerbach had a strange career. He was the every day shortstop for the Brewers for one year in the early 70's (hitting for a low average in over 500 ABs) then a reserve the rest of his career. I remember looking on the back of his 1975 card and seeing that he hit .342 for 1974 Dodgers (in only 75 ABs or so). The Dodgers won the pennant that year and he must have contributed. I was glad when the Mets got him but we really didn't give him a chance.
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