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Elwood Robert Clear (December 14, 1927 – April 6, 2010) was an American minor league baseball infielder, pitcher and manager, and a Major League coach with the California Angels. He was born in Denver, Colorado. Clear began a long playing career with the 1945 Batavia Clippers, hitting .222 at age 17. Bob moved to the Bakersfield Indians in 1946, playing third base and only posting an .838 fielding percentage while batting .266. The next year, he hit .200 for the Lynchburg Cardinals and .208 for the Decatur Commodores.

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  • Elwood Robert Clear (December 14, 1927 – April 6, 2010) was an American minor league baseball infielder, pitcher and manager, and a Major League coach with the California Angels. He was born in Denver, Colorado. Clear began a long playing career with the 1945 Batavia Clippers, hitting .222 at age 17. Bob moved to the Bakersfield Indians in 1946, playing third base and only posting an .838 fielding percentage while batting .266. The next year, he hit .200 for the Lynchburg Cardinals and .208 for the Decatur Commodores.
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