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Richard Morrow" Dick" Groat (born November 4, 1930) is a former twosport athlete best known as a shortstop in Major League Baseball. He played for four National League teams, mainly the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals, and was named the league's Most Valuable Player in 1960 after winning the batting title with a. 325
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Learn about Dick Groat: his He was an AllAmerican basketball and baseball player at Duke and also became a member of First Name Dick. Scorpios. November 4
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In baseball Groat played shortstop and helped to lead the Blue Devils to a 317 record and their first College World Series appearance in his senior year, 1952. He hit. 370 and led the team in doubles, hits, runs batted in, and stolen bases.
Groat also played with the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants. In 1966, Groats Phillies teammates included guys like Larry Jackson, Bob Buhl, Bill White and Harvey Kuenn, players who had made their mark elsewhere.
Dick Groat is a former twosport athlete best known as a shortstop in Major League Baseball. He played for four National League teams, mainly the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals, and was named the leagues Most Valuable Player in 1960, when he won the batting title with a. 325 average for the World Series champion Pirates.