Nolen Richardson Third baseman Born: January 18, 1903
Died: September 25, 1951(aged 48)
Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut April 26, 1929 for the Detroit Tigers Last MLB appearance April 17, 1939 for the Cincinnati Reds Career statistics Batting average .247 Home runs 0 Runs batted in 45 Teams
Clifford Nolen Richardson was a third baseman in Major League Baseball. He was born on January 18, 1903 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He attended college at the University of Georgia and was a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.
Richardson played 6 seasons in the majors (1929, 1931-1932 with the Detroit Tigers, 1935 with the New York Yankees, and 1938-1939 with the Cincinnati Reds). In 168 career games, Richardson had 117 hits in 473 at bats (.247 average). He was the shortstop and captain of the 1937 Newark Bears team that is widely regarded as the best in minor league history. Richardson later became the head baseball coach at the University of Georgia.
He died on September 25, 1951 in Athens, Georgia.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
Georgia Bulldogs head baseball coaches
C. E. Morris (1886) • Unknown (1887–1895) • Hughie Jennings (1896–1899) • Unknown (1900) • Marvin D. Dickinson (1901) • William A. Reynolds (1902–1903) • Marvin D. Dickinson (1904–1905) • Thomas C. Stouch (1906–1907) • Hammond Johnson (1908) • W. J. Lewis (1909) • Frank B. Anderson (1910–1913) • Joe Bean (1914–1916) • J. G. Henderson (1917) • Glenn Colby (1918) • Herman Stegeman & Ivey B. Wingo (1919) • Herman Stegeman (1920) • William P. White (1921–1933) • Vernon Smith (1934–1937) • Jules V. Sikes (1938–1942) • Jennings B. Whitworth (1943) • No team (1944–1945) • Jules V. Sikes (1946–1947) • Charley Trippi (1948–1949) • Jim Whatley (1950) • Nolen Richardson (1951) • Jim Whatley (1952–1975) • Roy Umstattd (1976–1980) • Steve Webber (1981–1996) • Robert Sapp (1997–1999) • Ron Polk (2000–2001) • David Perno (2002– )
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