August 11, 1899|
|Died: November 3, 1976
|Batted: Left||Threw: Right|
|April 13, 1921 for the Philadelphia Athletics|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 5, 1922 for the Philadelphia Athletics|
Frank Leo Brazill (August 11, 1899 in Spangler, Pennsylvania – November 3, 1976) was a professional baseball first baseman whose career spanned 19 seasons (1919–1938). During the 1921 and 1922 Major League Baseball (MLB) season he was a member of the Philadelphia Athletics. Brazill made his professional debut in the minor leagues in 1918 as a member of the Cumberland Colts. The other minor league teams he played for were the Hartford Senators (1919), the Winnipeg Maroons (1919), the Atlanta Crackers (1920), the St. Paul Saints (1920), the Portland Beavers (1921–24, 1928), the Seattle Indians (1925), the Los Angeles Angels (1926–27), the Mission Reds (1928), the Memphis Chickasaws (1929–1934), the Greenville Buckshots (1934), the Nashville Volunteers (1935), the Oklahoma City Indians (1935), the Tulsa Oilers (1935), the Greenwood Chiefs/Giants (1936–37) and the Fort Smith Giants (1938). He also managed several minor league teams from 1934–39.
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