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Norman Derringer

Norman Derringer

Norman Derringer

Nummy
Racine, WI  US
02/04/1914
10/05/1997
Right
Personnel
Manager
Racine Belles (1950)

Profile Biography

Norman "Nummy" Dieringer, his surname more commonly was spelled Derringer.  He played on ten state championship softball teams from 1934 through 1946, He was a seven-time All-Star shortstop betewwn 1934 and 1942. He was named Most Valuable Player in the 1934 ASA National Tournament while playing for the Ke-Nash-A's team. He also helped his team to clinch the 1948 championship title of the National Fast Pitch League. He was chosen All-Star shortstop of the league in 1948 and 1949.  In 1950 he joined the AAGPBL, scouting for the League and managing the Racine Belles in their final year in the League.     In 1986 he was inducted in the Wisconsin ASA Hall of Fame.

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