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Ossie Bluege
Birth: Oct. 24, 1900
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Death: Oct. 14, 1985
Edina
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA

Major League Baseball Player. Born Oswald Louis Bluege in Chicago, Illinois, he was a versatile infielder making his debut with the Washington Senators on April 24, 1922. For eighteen seasons, he played his entire career with the Washington Senators (1922-39), to include an All-Star game appearance in 1935 and played in all three Senators World Series appearances (1924-25 and 1933). He concluded his playing career with a record of 1751 hits, 883 runs scored, 43 homeruns, 848 runs batted in, a .272 batting average and a .961 fielding percentage. After retiring in 1939, he went on to manage the Senators (1943-47), compiling a career managerial record of 379 wins and 394 loss. He died at age 84 in Edina, Minnesota. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) 
 
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  Wilor Marie Maxwell Bluege (1919 - 2003)*
 
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Burial:
Lakewood Cemetery
Minneapolis
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Section 412, Grave 31
 
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Record added: Apr 10, 2001
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