STATISTICS & HISTORY
Frank Baumholtz was a first-team All American at Ohio University in 1941. He led the Bobcats to the 1941 finals of the National Invitational Tournament. After military service in World War II, Baumholtz turned to professional basketball in 1945 and finished among the top-ten scorers his first two years in the game. On top of his scoring prowess, Baumholtz was admired for his hustle and positive attitude, which made popular with made him extremely popular teammates and fans alike. Despite his success, he gave up pro basketball after just two seasons to concentrate on baseball. During his ten-year major league career, he played for Cincinnati, Chicago and Philadelphia and posted a .290 career batting average.
|FRANK BAUMHOLTZ||Height:||5:10||Weight:||170||College:||Ohio U.’41|
|Frank Conrad Baumholtz||Born: Oct 7, 1918||Died: Dec 14, 1997||Hometown:||Midvale, Oh.|
|Played Major League Baseball||REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1937-38||Ohio U. (Frosh)||College|
|1941-45||U.S. Navy||Miltary Service|
|Major League Totals||71||354||197||263||.749||905||12.7|