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Batting average  .202
Role  Baseball manager
Name  Gene Verble
Runs batted in  17
Home runs  0

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Gene Kermit Verble (born June 29, 1928 at Concord, North Carolina) is a retired American shortstop and second baseman in Major League Baseball. Nicknamed "Satchel", he played a full season for the 1951 Washington Senators, as well as for part of the Senators' 1953 campaign, batting .202 with 17 runs batted in and no home runs in 81 games and 198 at bats.

Verble threw and batted right-handed, and stood 5'10" (1.78 m) tall and weighed 163 pounds (74 kg). He had a 14-season minor league playing career, much of it in the Double-A Southern Association playing for the Atlanta Crackers and Chattanooga Lookouts. He managed in the Washington/Minnesota Twins organization from 1957 through midseason 1961, including a stint at the Triple-A level with the 1961 Syracuse Chiefs of the International League. His 1957 Charlotte Hornets team won the Class A Sally League championship. In 1962, his final season in baseball, Verble managed the Burlington Indians, the Cleveland Indians' Class B Carolina League affiliate. His record as a minor league pilot was 387-392 (.497).

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