Bob Brady (baseball)
November 8, 1922|
|Died: April 22, 1996
|August 24, 1946 for the Boston Braves|
Last MLB appearance
|April 17, 1947 for the Boston Braves|
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Robert Jay Brady (November 8, 1922 – April 22, 1996) is a former Major League Baseball catcher. He played two seasons with the Boston Braves from 1946 to 1947. He lived most of his life in Manchester, CT married to Virginia K. Brady. He was born and raised in Lewistown, PA. Played in the minor leagues until in 1946 he was contracted with the Boston Braves for 2 seasons.
One thing many people did not know was that at a young age Brady suffered from a bout of Scarlet Fever robbing him of his hearing in his left ear and minimal hearing in his right.
Brady suffered a stroke in 1996 and passed in a matter of months. 
Brady lived most of his life in Manchester, CT. He loved fishing and playing golf. He had one child, a daughter, named Patricia.
Robert J. Cleveland (grandson)
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