Steve Nagy

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Stephen Nagy

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Biographical Information[edit]

Steve Nagy, who pitched two seasons in the majors, won over 120 games in the minors.

Nagy started in the minors in 1942 but missed 1943-1945 due to military service. In 1946 he went 17-4 for the Montreal Royals, in the year that Jackie Robinson made his minor league debut. Nagy and Robinson were born the same year.

From 1947-1955 he was in the Pacific Coast League for part or all of each season, winning in double figures several times. In 1949 he was a teammate of the veteran Arky Vaughan with the San Francisco Seals, and for several years in the minors was a teammate of former major leaguer Wally Judnich. For a couple years with the Buffalo Bisons, Steve was a teammate of former major leaguer Luke Easter.

Nagy was at Seton Hall University at the same time as Chuck Connors and Gene Hermanski.

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