James Robert Dyck
"I was pretty sure I had it all the
(Regarding his leaping catch in left field that helped preserve Bobo Holloman's no-hitter)
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Jim Dyck was signed as an amateur free agent by the New York Yankees prior to
the 1941 season.
He spent the 1943 through 1945 years in military service. In December of 1949, Dyck was drafted by the
St.Louis Browns from the New York Yankees in the 1949 minor league draft. His best year with the Browns, and his career, was in 1952
when he played in 122 games, the majority at third base, and ended the season with a .269 batting average.
Although Jim Dyck did not appear in the 1952 Topps baseball card set, he did
appear in their 1953 set
appearing on card #177.