We are collecting all sports trading cards, memorabilia and any photographs of Jack Kramer. He is a graduate of S.J. Peters High School in New Orleans. He was signed as a pitcher by the St. Louis Browns as an amateur free agent in 1936. He played in the Browns minor leagues from 1936-1938. He played at the MLB level in 40 games in 1939. In 1940, he split between the Browns minors and MLB pitching in 16 games for the Browns. In 1941, he played at the MLB level pitching in 29 games. He did not play in 1942. From 1943-1947, he pitched for the Browns. Then on November 17, 1947, he was traded by the St. Louis Browns with Vern Stephens to the Boston Red Sox for Pete Layden, Joe Ostrowski, Roy Partee, Eddie Pellagrini, Al Widmar, Jim Wilson and $310,000. He played for the Red Sox until March 26, 1950, when he was purchased by the New York Giants from the Boston Red Sox. He played for the Giants until May 28, 1951, when he was signed as a Free Agent with the New York Yankees. He finished out 1952 playing in the minors for the Cleveland Indians. In 1959, Kramer came out of retirement to pitch in 6 games for the New Orleans Pelicans. Kramer was born on January 5, 1918 and died on May 18, 1995.
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