Category:Baseball players at the 1964 Summer Olympics

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This category includes baseball players at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

Two games were played in Japan during the 1964 Olympics. Both in Meji Jingu Baseball Stadium the day after the opening ceremony on Sunday, 11 October. Those playing for the US were: (19 Listed) PITCHERS: Joe Bosworth (Hope); Bill Brasher (UCLA); Al Closter (Left Handed, Iowa State); Chuck Dobson (University of Kansas); Dick Joyce (College of the Holly Cross); Walt Peterson (USC); Keith Weber (Missouri) CATCHERS: Ken Suarez (University of Florida); Jim Hibbs (University of Southern California); INFIELDERS: Tommy Keyes (Ole Miss); Larry Sandel (USC); Gary Sutherland (USC); Bud Hollowell (USC); Jim Vopicka (Illinois); OUTFIELDERS: Brian Edgerly (Colgate); Mike Epstein (University of California); Shaun Fitzmaurice (University of Notre Dame); Bob Karlblom (Augustana); Don Novick (NYU). NOT LISTED AS PLAYED: Bert Dollar (Fresno State - Catcher); Herbert Hamlett (Syracuse). Included per Sport - COACHES: Rod Dedeaux, the legendary University of Southern California (USC) Head Coach; Lee Eilbracht (Assistant Coach Illinois); W. P. "Dutch" Fehring (Assistant Coach Stanford).

Pages in category "Baseball players at the 1964 Summer Olympics"

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