Pat Seerey

A view of Pat Seerey.

James Patrick Seerey (March 17, 1923April 28, 1986) was an American outfielder and right-handed batter in Major League Baseball who played for the Cleveland Indians (1943-48) and Chicago White Sox (1948).

Seerey was born in Wilburton, Oklahoma. In his 561-game career he batted for .224, with 86 home runs and 261 runs batted in. Seerey led the league in strikeouts four times (1944-46, 1948), and he is one of 15 players in MLB history who hit four home runs in a single game (July 18, 1948, 1st game, 11 innings.

Pat Seerey died in Jennings, Missouri at age of 63.

Preceded by:
Chuck Klein
Batters with 4 home runs in one game
July 18, 1948
Succeeded by:
Gil Hodges

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