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Doris Tetzlaff

Doris Tetzlaff

Doris Tetzlaff

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Watertown, WI  US
01/01/1921
04/11/1998
Right
Right
Player, Personnel
Third Base,Utility Infield,Chaperone
Chicago Colleens (1948), Fort Wayne Daisies (1948, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953), Grand Rapids Chicks (1945, 1946, 1947), Milwaukee Chicks (1944), Muskegon Lassies (1949)
Doris was not only a chaperone but she was also an assistant coach for the Daisies.

Doris Tetzlaff Seasonal Batting Record

Year G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG
1944 102 345 62 73 3 4 3 42 101 47 32 .212
1945 110 378 43 72 9 2 0 24 37 82 51 .190
1946 112 382 57 76 3 0 1 34 57 74 46 .199
1947 89 285 27 51 4 2 0 18 31 46 22 .179
1948 121 392 44 75 5 7 0 27 30 82 74 .191
1949 91 274 34 44 4 0 0 16 28 68 37 .161

Profile Biography

Doris was part of an innovation in the AAGPBL as she became a chaperone and assistant coach for the Daisies after a successful playing career. Her duties included running practices and coaching the bases. She was a graduate of Wisconsin State Teachers College with a degree in physical education. Doris came into the league as a third baseman for the Milwaukee Chicks and then moved with the team to Grand Rapids and remained one of their key infielders until 1948. She then was assigned to Ft. Wayne and then finished her playing career with the Muskegon Lassies in 1949. 

With her vast amount of baseball knowledge and her past experience as a player, Doris made a very capable assistant to Max Carey and also a very efficient leader as the chaperone.

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