About: Paul Krichell

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Paul Bernard Krichell (December 19, 1882 – June 4, 1957) was a Major League Baseball catcher, best known for being the head scout for the New York Yankees for 37 years until his death. Krichell's talent evaluations and signings played a key role in building up the Yankees' run of success from the Murderers' Row teams of the 1920s to the 1950s teams led by Casey Stengel.

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  • Paul Bernard Krichell (December 19, 1882 – June 4, 1957) was a Major League Baseball catcher, best known for being the head scout for the New York Yankees for 37 years until his death. Krichell's talent evaluations and signings played a key role in building up the Yankees' run of success from the Murderers' Row teams of the 1920s to the 1950s teams led by Casey Stengel. Krichell began his professional career in the minor leagues, playing as the reserve catcher for the St. Louis Browns before a serious injury threatened his career. He continued to play in the minor leagues and began to move into coaching before Yankees manager Ed Barrow signed him as a scout in 1920. Considered one of the greatest scouts in baseball history, Krichell signed over 200 players who later played professional baseball, including future Baseball Hall of Famers Lou Gehrig, Hank Greenberg, Phil Rizzuto, Whitey Ford, and Tony Lazzeri. His recommendation of Stengel as the Yankees manager was instrumental in Stengel's appointment in 1948. Barrow called Krichell "the best judge of baseball players he ever saw". (en)
  • Paul Bernard Krichell, né le 19 décembre 1882 à Paris et mort le 4 juin 1957 à New York, était un receveur américain de la Ligue majeure de baseball qui a joué deux saisons avec les Browns de St. Louis — futurs Orioles de Baltimore — dans la Ligue américaine. Par la suite, il fut le recruteur en chef des Yankees de New York 37 années jusqu'à sa mort. Les recrutements de Krichell ont joué un rôle clé dans le développement des Yankees entre les années 1920 et 1950 marquées par la direction de Casey Stengel. Parmi ses découvertes se trouvent Lou Gehrig, Hank Greenberg, Phil Rizzuto, Bill Dickey, Whitey Ford et Tony Lazzeri. (fr)
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  • A photo of a man standing up wearing his baseball uniform. He has a baseball in his right hand, and his catcher's mitt in his left. He is in the middle of the field, while two other ballplayers are talking in the background. His facial expression indicates that he did not expect to be photographed. (en)
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  • Paul Krichell during the 1911 season (en)
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  • * Baseball scout who discovered Lou Gehrig (en)
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  • Paul Bernard Krichell, né le 19 décembre 1882 à Paris et mort le 4 juin 1957 à New York, était un receveur américain de la Ligue majeure de baseball qui a joué deux saisons avec les Browns de St. Louis — futurs Orioles de Baltimore — dans la Ligue américaine. Par la suite, il fut le recruteur en chef des Yankees de New York 37 années jusqu'à sa mort. Les recrutements de Krichell ont joué un rôle clé dans le développement des Yankees entre les années 1920 et 1950 marquées par la direction de Casey Stengel. Parmi ses découvertes se trouvent Lou Gehrig, Hank Greenberg, Phil Rizzuto, Bill Dickey, Whitey Ford et Tony Lazzeri. (fr)
  • Paul Bernard Krichell (December 19, 1882 – June 4, 1957) was a Major League Baseball catcher, best known for being the head scout for the New York Yankees for 37 years until his death. Krichell's talent evaluations and signings played a key role in building up the Yankees' run of success from the Murderers' Row teams of the 1920s to the 1950s teams led by Casey Stengel. (en)
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