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Bill Cissell

Bill Cissell
Bill Cissell 1933 Goudey baseball card
Born: (1904-01-03)January 3, 1904
Perryville, Missouri
Died: March 15, 1949(1949-03-15) (aged 45)
Chicago, Illinois
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 11, 1928 for the Chicago White Sox
Last MLB appearance
September 25, 1938 for the New York Giants
Career statistics
Batting average .267
Runs scored 516
Runs batted in 423

Chalmer William Cissell (January 3, 1904 – March 15, 1949) born in Perryville, Missouri, was an American baseball player.

Cissell was an infielder for the Chicago White Sox (1928–32), Cleveland Indians (1932–33), Boston Red Sox (1934), Philadelphia Athletics (1937) and New York Giants (1938).

He finished 15th in voting for the 1928 American League MVP for playing in 125 Games and having 443 At Bats, 66 Runs, 115 Hits, 22 Doubles, 3 Triples, 1 Home Run, 60 RBI, 18 Stolen Bases, 29 Walks, .260 Batting Average, .307 On-base percentage, .330 Slugging Percentage, 146 Total Bases and 11 Sacrifice Hits.

Cissell finished 11th in voting for the 1932 AL MVP for playing in 143 Games and having 584 At Bats, 85 Runs, 184 Hits, 36 Doubles, 7 Triples, 7 Home Runs, 98 RBI, 18 Stolen Bases, 29 Walks, .315 Batting Average, .349 On-base percentage, .437 Slugging Percentage, 255 Total Bases and 6 Sacrifice Hits.

In 9 seasons he played in 956 Games and had 3,707 At Bats, 516 Runs, 990 Hits, 173 Doubles, 43 Triples, 29 Home Runs, 423 RBI, 113 Stolen Bases, 212 Walks, .267 Batting Average, .308 On-base percentage, .360 Slugging Percentage, 1,336 Total Bases and 69 Sacrifice Hits.

Cissell died in Chicago, Illinois at the age of 45.


  • Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference

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