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Frank York

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Frank York

Frank B. York was the President of the Brooklyn Dodgers of Major League Baseball from 1930-1932. He was a lawyer, whose representation of brothers Stephen and Ed McKeever led to his being handed the job after Wilbert Robinson's retirement. York died on February 2, 1937 of pneumonia after a week-long illness at age 59.

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  • Dodgers ownership history
  • Obituary
Preceded by
Wilbert Robinson
Brooklyn Dodgers President
Succeeded by
Stephen McKeever
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