Originally posted on MyTeamRivals.com  |  Last updated 8/28/12
    bbr.com     I find it pretty interesting that some people sometimes confuse power hitting OFs Ted Kluszewski and Greg Luzinski. They both did play for the Chicago White Sox during a portion of their careers. Kluszewski led the White Sox to the World Series in 1959, where they lost to the Dodgers. Luzinski helped them to the postseason in 1983, where they lost to the Orioles in the ALCS. Though they were both power hitters who happened to play at different time periods, they were not very similar hitters.     Kluszewski (who lived from 1924-1988) made his debut in 1947 with the Cincinnati Reds and played from 1947-1957. He played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1958-1959 and for the White Sox in 1959-1960. He finished his career in 1961 with the Los Angeles Angels. His final line was .298, 290, 1028 with 290 2B, 492 BB and 365 Ks. Kluszewski had his best season in 1954, where he hit .326, 49, 141 while striking out 35 times. He had 40 Ks in 1955, while hitting 47, 117. ...
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