Bitsy Mott

Elisha Matthew "Bitsy" Mott (born in June 12, 1918 in Arcadia, Florida, died in 2001-02-25 in Brandon, Florida) was a baseball player.

He played for the Philadelphia Phillies in the MLB National League as both a right-handed batter and thrower. He played for only one year (1945) aged 27. He was 5'8 and weighed 155 lbs (pounds).

He would later become personal security guard to Elvis Presley [cite web |url=http://www.floridamemory.com/PhotographicCollection/photo_exhibits/baseball/baseball2.cfm |title=Batter up! A Visual History of Baseball in Florida |accessdate=2008-08-29 |work= |publisher=Florida Memory:State Archives of Florida |date= ] .

External link

* [http://www.baseball-reference.com/m/mottbi01.shtml Baseball stats]
*imdb|0609451

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