Dewey Kalmer

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Dewey Kalmer is a retired college baseball coach. In his forty year tenure, he won 1,032 games.

Bradley University[edit]

Kalmer was one of the most successful coaches in Bradley sports history. He is currently 34th place on the Division II all-time winning list. Bradley sent approximately 65 players to Major League Baseball and is one of the only college coaches to ever send a player to the U.S. Olympics. Kalmer's also famous for his hard "r's" and never backing down to Gene at league meetings.

(Mike Dunne was a member of the 1984 Olympic Team in Los Angeles).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bradley Baseball Coach Dewey Kalmer Announces Retirement". Bradley Athletics. Retrieved 2013-05-18.