Frank Mack

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Frank Mack was with the Chicago White Sox for three seasons, pitching eight games in 1922, then eleven games in 1922 and coming back for eight games in 1925. Pitching mostly in relief, he hurled a total of 71 innings and had a record of 2-3.

Frank was born in Oklahoma City, OK, but went to college in California at Saint Mary's College of California, which at the time was sending lots of players to the majors. For example, his time at Saint Mary's overlapped with that of Lew Fonseca. Mack started in the minors at age 20 in 1920, going 16-11 for the Calgary Bronchos, and the following year, 1921, was 8-6 split between two teams. During his three years in the majors, he spent part of each season in the minors. He was with the Seattle Indians in 1922, the Galveston Sand Crabs and the Nashville Volunteers in 1923, and the minor league Milwaukee Brewers in 1925. In between, in 1924, he spent the whole season with the Omaha Buffaloes, going 16-11. He finished up his pro career in 1926 back with the Buffaloes, pitching a few games and going 0-4.

This article [1] states that Frank attended San Diego High School. Another site [2] says that the White Sox wanted Mack enough that they paid $50,000 to Seattle to get him.

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