Where Was Vic Aldridge Born and Raised?

Victor "Vic" Aldridge (October 25, 1893 – April 17, 1973), nicknamed the "Hoosier Schoolmaster", was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Giants, and was known to be an excellent curveball pitcher. Before his playing career he was a schoolmaster, hence his nickname. His most significant actions as a player occurred during the 1925 World Series, where Aldridge completed and won games two and five, only to have the most disastrous first inning in the seventh game of the World Series ever. After his retirement from baseball, he served as a state senator in the Indiana General Assembly. Aldridge is a member of the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame, inducted in 2007.

Vic Aldridge Birthplace

Birth Country:

Victor is originally from USA.


Crane, IN.

Vic Aldridge Education

Where did Victor go to high school?

Trinity Springs (Trinity Springs, IN).

Where did Vic Aldridge die?

Terre Haute, IN.

Vic Aldridge died on April 17, 1973 in Terre Haute, IN.

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