PLAYER PROFILE

GEORGE CROWE

STATISTICS & HISTORY

George Crowe was a three -year lettermen at Indiana Central College, where he played on the basketball, baseball and football teams. After service in World War II, he joined the Los Angeles Red Devils where he played alongside Jackie Robinson. Crowe spent three seasons with the Dayton Rens including the 1948-49 season in the National Basketball League. Crowe played major league baseball for nine seasons from 1952 through 1961.  He was named an All-Star in 1958.  Crowe had a lifetime batting average of .270.

 

GEORGE CROWE Height: 6:02 Weight: 210 College: Indiana Central’43
George Daniel Crowe Born:   Mar 22, 1921   Died:  Jan 18, 2011 Hometown: Franklin, In.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Year Team League     GA FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1943-44 Indinapolis Pure Oils Indep
1943-46 Military Service
1946-47 Los Angeles Red Devils Indep 12 103 8.6
1946-47 New York Rens Indep
1947-48 New York Rens Indep
1948-49 New York Rens Indep
1948-49 Dayton NBL 40 164 109 437 10.9
1949-50 New York ABL 35 190 96 476 13.6
1952-53 Hazelton-Saratoga ABL 12 59 29 147 12.3
Major League Totals 40 164 109 437 10.9
PLAYOFF RECORD
Year Team League     GA FGM  FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1946-47 New York Rens WBT 1 4 2 3 .667 10 10.0
1947-48 New York Rens WBT 3 12 7 13 .538 31 10.3
1949-50 New York ABL 3 22 12 56 18.7
Major League Totals 4 16 9 13 .692 41 10.3
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