Fred Hutchinson
FameRank: 5

"As player"

* Detroit Tigers

"As manager"

* Detroit Tigers (–)

* St. Louis Cardinals (–)

* Cincinnati Reds (–)


* Major League Baseball All-Star Game/All-Star (1951 Major League Baseball All-Star Game/1951)

* Cincinnati Reds#Retired numbers/Cincinnati Reds #1 retired


"Frederick Charles Hutchinson" (August 12, 1919 – November 12, 1964) was an American professional baseball baseball player/player, a Major League Baseball/Major League pitcher for the Detroit Tigers. He also was a manager (baseball)/manager for three Major League teams.

Stricken with fatal lung cancer at the height of his managerial career as leader of the pennant-contending Cincinnati Reds, he was commemorated one year after his death when his brother William B. Hutchinson (physician)/Dr. William B. Hutchinson created the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center as a division of the Pacific Northwest Research Foundation, in the Hutchinsons' native city of Seattle, Washington (state)/Washington. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/The "Fred Hutch", which became independent in 1975, is now one of the best-known facilities of its kind in the world.

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