Lefty Gomez  American Baseball

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Lefty Gomez passed away on 17th Feb 1989 aged 80.


Lefty Gomez was in a relationship with June O'Dea (1933 - 1989).


Lefty Gomez is a 80 year old American Baseballer born on 26th November, 1908 in Rodeo, CA. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius

Lefty Gomez is a member of the following lists: Washington Senators (1901–60) players, Washington Senators (1901–1960) players and Dispatchers.


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    Vernon Louis "Lefty" Gomez (November 26, 1908 – February 17, 1989) was an American professional baseball player. A left-handed pitcher, Gomez played in Major League Baseball (MLB) between 1930 and 1943 for the New York Yankees and the Washi...

    Confirmed Relationships1
    Longest Relationship56 yrs
    Shortest Relationship56 yrs
    Average Relationship Length56 yrs
    First Name Vernon
    Middle Name Louis
    Last Name Gomez
    Full Name at Birth Vernon Louis Gomez
    Alternative Name Goofy
    Age 80 (age at death) years
    Birthday 26th November, 1908
    Birthplace Rodeo, CA
    Died 17th February, 1989
    Place of Death Greenbrae, CA
    Buried Mount Tamalpais Cemetery, San Rafael, CA
    Height 6' 2" (188 cm)
    Weight W
    Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
    Nationality American
    High School Richmond (San Francisco, CA)
    Occupation Text Former Major League Baseball Player
    Occupation Baseball
    Baseball Position Pitcher
    Bats Left
    Throws Left
    MLB First Game Date 29th April, 1930
    MLB Final Game Date 30th May, 1943
    Hall of Fame Inducted into the Hall of Fame by Veteran's Committee as Player in 1972.
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