Ted Wieand Death – Obituary, Ted Wieand Cause Of Death
NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and CFL players that passed away posted on Facebook, ”Wieand pitched for parts of two seasons for the Cincinnati Reds in 1958 and 1960. Before 1952 Season he was signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as an amateur free agent. On December 5, 1957 Wieland was traded by the St. Louis Cardinals with Marty Kutyna and Willard Schmidt to the Cincinnati Redlegs for Curt Flood and Joe Taylor. After the season in 1960 he was sent to the Yankees as a player to be named later to complete a deal that began in spring training, and was the son of the late Roland and Helen (Hunsberger) Wieand. Ted graduated from Slatington HS, Class of 1951. He then played professional baseball, first signed by the St. Louis Cardinals, followed by the Cincinnati Reds and finished his career in 1962 with the New York Yankees. He also played in Havana, Cuba for the Sugar Kings in the International World Series.” Condolences to his family and friends and may he Rest in Peace”.
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Ted Wieand Obituary
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