Tommy Sewell

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Tommy Sewell
Pinch hitter
Born:(1906-04-16)April 16, 1906
Titus, Alabama
Died: July 30, 1956(1956-07-30) (aged 50)
Montgomery, Alabama
Batted: LeftThrew: Right
MLB debut
June 21, 1927, for the  Chicago Cubs
Last MLB appearance
June 21, 1927, for the  Chicago Cubs
MLB statistics
Games played 1
At bats 1
Hits 0
Teams

Thomas Wesley Sewell (April 16, 1906 – July 30, 1956), was an American professional baseball player who played in 1927 with the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball. He appeared in one game as a pinch hitter, going hitless in his only at-bat.

Sewell was born in Titus, Alabama, and died in Montgomery, Alabama. He attended the University of Alabama. He was the brother of Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Sewell and of Luke Sewell, and the cousin of Rip Sewell.


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