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Mickey Livingston

Thompson Orville Livingston
Born: Nov. 15, 1914 in Newberry, S.C.
Died: April 3, 1983 in Newberry, S.C.
Debut: 1938 | Pos: C
H: 6'1.5" | W: 185 | B: R | T: R

10 561 1490 128 354 19 153 7 .238

>> Visit the Mickey Livingston biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.

Mickey Livingston, born in Newberry, South Carolina, spent most of his career as a backup catcher.  During the 1943 season, when he spent time with both the Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia Phillies, he appeared in 120 games.

That was the only time in his career that he appeared in 100 games in a season. That year, he hit a combined 7 home runs, drove in 34 runs and hit .253.

In 1944, Livingston left baseball to serve in the military. He returned in 1945 and played for the NL pennant winning Chicago Cubs.

During the 1945 World Series, Livingston was an unlikely hero for the losing Cubs. Livingston had 8 hits in 22 at-bats and drove in 4 runs.

In his career, Livingston hit 19 home runs and drove in 153 runs. He also stole 7 bases.