Franklin James Kreutzer is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. Kreutzer was signed as an amateur free agent in 1961 by the Boston Red Sox. In November he was drafted away from the Red Sox by the Chicago White Sox. Frank made his debut on September 20, 1962 and would play his final MLB game on May 12, 1969.
Kreutzer's best career outing came on July 2, 1965, where he threw a 3-hit, 10-strikeout shutout against the Detroit Tigers while hitting a two-run home run of his own.
Frank attended Villanova University.
- ^ a b Career Statistics and History at Baseball-Reference.com
- ^ "Kreutzer Bats, Hurls Senators Over Tigers.". St. Petersburg Times. July 3, 1965. p. 27.
By Dean Hanley
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