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Paul Schramka

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Role  Baseball player
Name  Paul Schramka

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Education  University of Notre Dame

Paul Edward Schramka (born March 22, 1928) is an American former Major League Baseball left fielder. Schramka signed as a free agent in 1949 with the Chicago Cubs and played with the team at the Major League level in 1953 before playing minor league ball in the Cubs' system. Later in 1953, future Hall of Famer Ernie Banks joined the Cubs and wore the number vacated by Schramka, number 14.

He played collegiate baseball at the University of Notre Dame and the University of San Francisco. Schramka was inducted into the University of San Francisco Sports Hall of Fame in 1973. While playing baseball for the Dons of USF, he was coached by the legendary collegiate basketball coach Pete Newell. He served in the 4th Infantry division during the Korean War from October 1950 to October 1952.

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