The crossword puzzle clue today is "Outfielder Bob of the 1920s Yankees’ “Murderers’ Row”". To solve this puzzle clue, we look for the similarity crossword puzzle definitions for our clue. Below are the possibilities crossword solution and answer for "Outfielder Bob of the 1920s Yankees’ “Murderers’ Row”".

Outfielder Bob of the 1920s Yankees’ “Murderers’ Row” :

Bob Meusel was a baseball player active in the twenties and thirties, most famously with the New York Yankees. Meusel was a tall man, and so had the nickname “Long Bob”. Long Bob had an older brother called Irish Meusel who played mainly for the New York Giants around the same time.

The New Yankee’s baseball team of the late twenties had a particularly successful core group of batters. That line-up was nicknamed “Murderers’ Row”. The most famous “Murderers’ Row” played with the 1927 Yankees, and was made up of:

– Earle Combs
– Mark Koenig
– Babe Ruth
– Lou Gehrig
– Bob Meusel
– Tony Lazzeri


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